1 Faking It 2 Loving Animals 3 Governing Rightly 4 Dancing Properly 5 Building to Last 6 Effing the Ineffable 7 Hiding behind the Screen 8 Mourning our Losses: Reflection on Strauss's Metamorphosen 9 Branding the Bottle 10 Dying in Time 11 Conserving Nature 12 Defending the West
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Roger Scruton is a philosopher, public commentator and author of over forty books, including Notes from Underground (2014), The Disappeared (2015) and Fools, Frauds and Firebrands: Thinkers of the New Left (2015). He has specialised in aesthetics with particular attention to music and architecture. He engages in contemporary political and cultural debates from the standpoint of a conservative thinker and is well known as a powerful polemicist. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and the British Academy.
Jive talkin': top philosopher says modern dance has lost its soul. Professor Roger Scruton bemoans the way formal dances have been replaced by 'jerking like a frog' - Dalya Alberge on Dancing Properly The Observer