Moral relativism is often regarded as both fatally flawed and incompatible with liberalism. This book aims to show why such criticism is misconceived.
Church-going, Going, Gone!A Movement of the Human Spirit Begins
Faking the NewsWhat Rhetoric Can Teach Us About Donald J. Trump
Thought ThinkingThe Philosophy of Giovanni Gentile
Michael Oakeshott: Notebooks, 1922-86
The SingularityCould artificial intelligence really out-think us (and would we want it to)?
Francis HutchesonSelected Philosophical Writings
Arthur Balfour's GhostsAn Edwardian Elite and the Riddle of the Cross-Correspondence Automatic Writings
The Legendary PastMichael Oakeshott on Imagination and Political Identity
Freedom's Progress?A History of Political Thought
Orwell's Faded LionThe Moral Atmosphere of Britain 1945-2015