Roger Scruton is an adjunct scholar of the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC. Prior to that he was a research professor for the Institute for the Psychological Sciences. He is a fellow of Blackfriars Hall in Oxford and a member of the Philosophy Faculty. He is also Visiting Professor at the University of St Andrews.
Beauty (Oxford University Press, 2009) in which the place of beauty for the modern world and its value to individuals is explored. He then presented a BBC 2 documentary on the subject of Beauty.
The Uses of Pessimism (Atlantic Books, 2010) in which he argues that the tragedies and disasters of the history of the European continent have been the consequences of a false optimism and the fallacies that derive from it.
His latest book is Our Church: A Personal History of the Anglican Church (Atlantic Books).
ResPublica Fellow Roger Scruton writes for Conservative Home
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