Mr. Cunningham posed the question of whether Beauty is a sense of belonging, or an object of desire. I suggest it is neither.
What if beauty is like rehearsal or practice?
The pursuit of beauty, as Scruton understands it, doesn’t blind you to the realities and dangers of life, but attempts to make sense of them.
How in the world does Roger Scruton’s definition of beauty reconcile with reality? With the human experience?
Wine is for thinking as much as for drinking.
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How a culture approaches drinking can be a sign of moral illness…or a road back from it.
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