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An Unexpected Gift: Roger Scruton’s ‘Against the Tide’
I have a suggestion, particularly for those unfamiliar with Roger Scruton’s voice: Use your Duck Duck Go browser ...
January 27, 2022
Aesop’s Fables: They’re Not Just for Children
The canon of Western literature is like some storied gold mine, deep and old, and filled with riches. ...
January 11, 2022
Old Masters, New Disciples: A New Year’s Resolution and the Arts
“Beauty,” philosopher Roger Scruton once wrote in a book with that title, “is vanishing from our world because ...
December 29, 2021
Tradition and the ‘Democracy of the Dead’
Commentary In “Four Quartets,” one of the most celebrated poems of the last century, T.S. Eliot writes: “Time ...
September 17, 2021
British philosopher Roger Scruton (1944–2020) was a defender of beauty and traditional art throughout his long writing career. ...
April 21, 2021
Gotcha!—The High Cost of Hit-Piece Journalism
Commentary Mainstream media, while partisan (The New York Times hasn't endorsed a Republican candidate for president in 50 ...
March 4, 2020
In Memoriam: A Eulogy for a Great Man, Roger Scruton
“When an old person dies, a library burns to the ground.” That proverb, purportedly from Africa, contains a ...
January 14, 2020
Conservative Philosopher Roger Scruton Dies Aged 75
Conservative philosopher and public commentator Roger Scruton has died of cancer at the age of 75, according to ...
January 13, 2020
Restoring Beauty in Sacred Buildings and Art
CHICAGO—The Catholic Art Guild has set out to restore the sacred role of art in Roman Catholic churches, ...
November 1, 2017
Celebrating the Philosopher of Beauty
PRINCETON, N.J.—If you care about beauty in art, music, and architecture; if you are looking for consolation in ...
April 10, 2017
Ex-Clinton Lawyer Told Congress, Unlike FBI, He Brought Trump-Russia Info on Behalf of Client, Jury Hears
Vitamin B Deficiency: Why Vitamin Pills Are Not Enough
Global Food Supply Concerns Lead Some Countries to Limit Exports
Plans For ‘Dirty Bomb’ Nuclear Drill During Indy 500 Race
Poetry: Literary Standards: Are They Real?
Lifestyle: Does the Word 'Gentleman' Still Mean Anything Today? Here's Why It Should
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Health: Get a 2nd Opinion, Maybe Even a 3rd
Police Recount Disturbing Details of Texas Elementary School Shooting
Veteran Mounts Challenge Against Democrats in Midterms, Could Become Only Black Republican Woman in House