Ferenc Hörcher comes to us from Budapest where he is a professor of political science and philosophy. He is the author most recently of Art and Politics in Roger Scruton’s Conservative Philosophy from Palgrave Macmillan. He is a leading scholar on the writings and thought of Roger Scruton and traditional conservatism. Ferenc and I discuss Roger Scruton’s ties to Central Europe and how it helped shape him, his growing reputation on the Continent, and the core ideas of Scruton’s thought. Plus, we talk about the curious rise of Scruton Cafes.
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