Conservationism You Can Believe In

The Conservationist You can Believe In. Green Philosophy.  By Patrick Allitt for Library of Law and Liberty. 

The words “conservative” and “conservation” are similar; surely their meanings overlap. They do, says the English philosopher Roger Scruton, and conservatives need to think more seriously about conservation than they have hitherto.

Literary Review

Roger's review on Milan Kundera's The Festival of Insignificance features in the June edition of Literary Review.

The Festival of Insignificance by Milan Kundera

Q&A with Marco Respinti

“The American Republican Party Italian-style” and other reflections

MR: Most of Europe is politically moving leftward but, even if unpredictably, the Conservative Party has won political elections in the UK. In Italy, a kind of Blairite new Democratic Party (formerly the Italian Communist Party) is governing, technically unelected, since months with no challenge neither opposition.

Liberty Law Talk Podcast

Listen back to Roger with Richard Reinsch.

Roger has recently discussed with Richard Reinsch, of Liberty Law Talk, his newest novel The Disappeared. Listen to the Podcast here.

MA in Philosophy

For those who may be interested in this London based degree (one year), lead by Prof Roger Scruton, the first term seminar programme has nearly been finalised. Guest lecturers include Raymond Tallis, Sebastian Gardner and Simon Blackburn.

Keep up to date on Twitter!

You can now keep up to date with Rogers latest work and appearances by following him on Twitter! 

Master's in Philosophy

For course enquiries and applications please contact Ms Claire Prendergast on 01280 820204 or email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

BBC Radio 4 - A Point of View

Recent broadcasts on the BBC Radio 4 Point of View  can be viewed via the BBC website from here.

BBC Radio 4 - A Point of View: Democracy & Islamic Law

BBC Radio 4 - A Point of View - The nature and limits of democracy

Should a nation be defined by language and territory, by ruling party or by faith? A Point of View Podcast can be found here.

Latest Articles

Building Beautiful: An interview with Nicholas Boys Smith

On September 28, 2020, the Roger Scruton Legacy Foundation hosted the first interview of its new online event series Building Beautiful. The event featured Nicholas Boys Smith, Founding Director of...

News from Scrutopia - 26th Sept 2020

Read the latest from Scrutopia here: https://mailchi.mp/fc1accfb98e3/4dxue1xf97-3781441

Scrutopia Book Club

Join us on Friday 23rd October at 2pm for the second in our series of virtual book club meetings.    What to read: Conversations with Roger Scruton, and I am delighted...

Before & After Scruton, The European Conservative - 17 Aug 20

I usually jest that my life divides into two parts: ‘Before Scruton’ and ‘After Scruton.’ My first five books were devoted to Søren Kierkegaard, Jacques Derrida, ethics, and postmodern theology....

Recent Books

Roger Scruton: Philosopher on Dover Beach

Roger Scruton: Philosopher on Dover Beach

Bloomsbury (2009) Roger Scruton is one of the outstanding British philosophers of the post-war years. Why then is he at best ignored and at worst reviled? Part of the reason...

Wagner's Parsifal: The Music of Redemption

‘Wagner’s Parsifal – The Music of Redemption’  This short but penetrating book, by a writer who was uniquely both a leading philosopher and musicologist, shows us how Wagner achieves this...

Souls in the Twilight

Beaufort Books  (October 2018) As the lights that have guided us go out, people begin to wander in the twilight, seeking their place of belonging. In these stories, set in...

2020 Events

Book Club - Conversations with Roger Scruton - Fri 23 Oct 2020