Roger Scruton is a philosopher, writer, political activist and businessman. He is a professor in the department of philosophy at St Andrews University and a scholar at the American Entreprise Institute. His home on the web is http://www.roger-scruton.com/.
Remembering Graeme Mitchison
Graeme Mitchison wrote parts of one of Ian McEwan's novels, contributed a key quote to one of Philippe Sands'...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Notes from the Prague underground, part 2
Part 2 of an interview around Roger Scruton's new novel, Underground Notes. The contrast between Prague in the early...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Notes from the Prague underground, part 1
Part 1 of an interview around Roger Scruton's new novel, Underground Notes. Czechoslovakia in the early 1980s is the...
Published in: openEconomyUnreal Estate
The legal fiction of the "corporate person" has helped economic growth through making possible limited liability,...
Leszek Kolakowski: thinker for our time
Alexander Solzhenitsyn: the line within