Kenneth Minogue is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the London School of Economics.
Swimming with "Leviathan" (Features) , March 2013, 4
Reconsidering Hobbes magnum opus with the release of a new edition.
A march of folly (Manners & morals) , October 2012, 33
On progressives, Feminism, and gay rights.
A dislocated society? (Books) , September 2012, 73
A grand old party (Books) , March 2012, 73
Morals & the servile mind (Features) , June 2010, 4
On the diminishing moral life of our democratic age.
Marriage in our time (Manners & morals) , June 2009, 32
On matrimony in a culture of convenience.
Conservatism & the morality of impulse (Features) , January 2008, 8
On the challenges of responding to modernist morality.
A triumvirate for our time (Books) , February 2007, 60
On The President, the Pope and the Prime Minister: Three Who Changed the World, by John OSullivan.
Seduction & politics (Features) , November 2006, 17
The moral and political history of seduction.
Democracy & political naivety (Features) , March 2006, 4
What is the major problem with democracy?
Maurice Cowling, 1926-2005 (Notebook) , November 2005, 78
On the life and work of a great teacher and TNC contributor.
Two concepts of the moral life (Features) , September 2005, 38
Britain Today: Part VII
Kenneth Minogue explores the moral life, or lack thereof, of modern Britain, and how it differs from that of past generations.
Journalism: Power without responsibility (Features) , February 2005, 4
An essay on the historical development of journalism and its place in contemporary culture adapted from a lecture given by Kenneth Minogue at the Melbourne Conversazione Society held at Boston University this past October.
Fundamentalism isn't the problem (Fiction Chronicle) , June 2004, 17
On the flaws of “fundamentalism” and the liberal internationalists.
“Christophobia” and the West (Features) , June 2003, 4
On the consequences of secular faiths.
Laughing matters (Books) , March 2003, 74
A review of The Mirth of Nations, by Christie Davies.
Hayek's prophetic scepticism (Features) , May 2002, 26
Upon the publication of Friedrich Hayek: A Biography, by Alan Ebenstein.
The new Epicureans (Features) , September 2001, 6
The first in a series titled “The survival of culture."
How civilizations fall (Features) , April 2001, 4
On the role of radical feminism in the decline of civilization.