What is “enlightenment”, and did one happen in 18th-century Ireland?
The Everyman edition of Burke’s writings shows off the full range of his achievements
The final volume of Burke’s writings proves we are living in a golden age of Burke scholarship
A careful and learned account which will be required reading for future historians of Burke
Conviviality and conversation at a bastion of the Establishment
A new book shows how Edmund Burke’s thoughts are still relevant to our present discontents
In The Great Debate, Yuval Levin investigates the origins of Left and Right and finds solutions for the problems facing American conservatives today
In his biography of the statesman, Jesse Norman presents Burke as of seminal importance to today’s conservatism, and to Cameron’s government. He isn’t.
The august institution was formed in the space of just ten days in late 1768 — and was born of a fierce professional rivalry
Britain’s seats of learning are coping with the new funding regime but are threatened by philistine regulators