This book shows the importance of political ideas in policy-making and demonstrates the extent to which pragmatic considerations preclude the imposition of rigid ideological programmes.
Tracing its effects through the media, politics and the public services, the author argues that hollowed-out liberalism has helped to produce our present discontent.
Laws of FormCommentary and Remembrance for George Spencer-Brown
The Life and Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe
Arthur Balfour's GhostsAn Edwardian Elite and the Riddle of the Cross-Correspondence Automatic Writings
SeeingBeyond Dreaming to Religious Experiences of Light
Ranulph Glanville and How to Live the Cybernetics of Unknowing
The 'Other' Psychology of Julian JaynesAncient Languages, Sacred Visions, and Forgotten Mentalities
Brian J. McVeigh
Art, Morality and Human NatureWritings by Richard W. Beardsmore
Michael Oakeshott as a Philosopher of the "Creative"And Other Essays
Wendell John Coats, Jr.
Why Rape Culture is a Dangerous MythFrom Steubenville to Ched Evans
Democracy — A Work in ProgressAn Irreverent Exercise in Political Thought