Roger Scruton

Instead of complaining about hardship, Nietzsche taught us to embrace it in order to overcome it

Sir Roger Scruton reflects on conservatism rather than attacking socialism and liberalism

Take a look inside this week’s Catholic Herald

Book review: Conversations with Roger Scruton by Mark Dooley

A sneak preview of this week’s issue

An eccentric priest, a single mother and French vineyards offered Roger Scruton ‘a glowing exit sign’ from the Church of England to Rome. So why did he never take it?

Benedictus, which aims to open in central London next year, is backed by philosophers Roger Scruton and Anthony O’Hear

He could have provided a philosophic commentary to this week’s party conference

Utopian ideas are doomed to fail because they hail from ‘unscrupulous optimism’