Two recently reissued novels by Aldous Huxley confront the reader with stark metaphysical truths

An update of Roger Scruton’s takedown of Leftist intellectuals is even sharper than its predecessor

The letters of the great writer reveal affairs with both sexes but also an intense intellectual and spiritual life

The American philosopher should be lauded for his crisp counterblast to the politics of envy

A new biography sheds light on the afterlife of Hume’s writings

Commercial art forms may yet save the Western tradition from its propensity to self-destruction

David Cameron’s former director of strategy has a manifesto for the modern world

A careful and learned account which will be required reading for future historians of Burke

“By all means, let the wicked fry in Hell—but why should they find themselves frying alongside innocent and virtuous pagans?”

Intellelectualism is something France is famous for — but in today’s globalised world the French have come to doubt themselve