Interview with Roger Scruton
Host Jonathan Judaken talks with philosopher Roger Scruton, author of more than thirty books, including several novels, and the composer of two operas.
Starting his academic career as a philosopher of aesthetics, Scruton emerged as a major voice for traditional conservatism in Britain, with The Meaning of Conservatism in 1980. He has published a steady stream of works explicating both modern philosophy and his brand of traditional conservatism since then.
His most recent book is titled How to Think Seriously About the Planet: the Case for an Environmental Conservatism.
For more on Scruton and his works, you can visit his website http://www.roger-scruton.com.