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Scruton, Roger

LC control no.n 79091909
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6069.C78
Personal name headingScruton, Roger
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Variant(s)סקרוטון, רוג׳ר.
اسكروتن، راجر
Scruton, R. V. (Roger Vernon)
Associated countryGreat Britain United States
LocatedBrinkworth (England) Virginia
Birth date1944-02-17
Death date2020-01-12
Place of birthBuslingthorpe (England)
Field of activityPhilosophy Aesthetics Conservatism English fiction Opera
AffiliationBoston University
Jesus College (University of Cambridge)
University of Buckingham
University of Oxford
Birkbeck College
Profession or occupationCollege teachers Novelists Philosophers Composers
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Found inHis Art and imagination, 1974.
Xanthippic dialogues, c1993: t.p. (Roger Scruton) jkt. (prof. of philosophy at Boston Univ., Mass.; was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge; novelist)
Xanthippic dialogues, 1998: CIP t.p. (Roger Scruton) data sheet (b. 17 Feb. 1944)
An intelligent person's guide to modern culture, 2000: CIP t.p. (Roger Scruton) data sheet (b. 02-27-44)
A dictionary of political thought, 3rd ed., 2007: CIP t.p. (Roger Scruton, Visiting professor, Department of Philosophy, Univ. of Buckingham, UK)
BL database, 9 Feb. 2010 (hdg.: Scruton, R. V.)
The aesthetics of architecture, 2013: title page (Rosger Scruton) cover (Roger Scruton is a visiting professor at Oxford University)
Washington post WWW site, viewed Jan. 14, 2020 (in obituary dated Jan. 13, 2020: Roger Scruton; Mr. Scruton was 75 when he died Jan. 12. He had lived for many years on a farm jokingly known as "Scrutopia," in the Wiltshire County town of Brinkworth. Mr. Scruton wrote about morality, politics, aesthetics, architecture, Kantian philosophy and the joys of hunting, in addition to penning two operas and several novels. He was the founding editor of the Salisbury Review, a conservative journal, and for 21 years taught philosophy at Birkbeck, part of the University of London. Roger Vernon Scruton was born in Buslingthorpe, in the eastern English county of Lincolnshire, on Feb. 27, 1944; won a scholarship to the University of Cambridge. He studied philosophy and received a bachelor's degree in 1965, a master's in 1967 and a doctorate in 1972. Mr. Scruton also taught at Boston University and lived for several years in the 2000s at Montpelier, a historic plantation house near Sperryville, Va.)
Associated languageeng