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This review is from: A Political Philosophy: Arguments for Conservatism (Paperback)
Roger Scruton articulates a compassionate and tolerant world view rooted in an understanding of tradition and enlightenment. His style is easy to read and his articulation of complex arguments is brilliant.
Anyone of any political persuasion could read this book and gain from it. With so much 'liberal'left opinion rooted in intolerance, people of the left (of whom I was one once) could gain much from hearing the arguments in this book and reflecting again on their world view.
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Initial post: 5 Apr 2015 02:27:22 BDT
Giles Penfold says:
Tolerant ?!? The book by a self-outed supernaturalist homophobe is a tissue of prejudices.
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