He was the editor from 1982 to 2001 of The Salisbury Review. Scruton wrote over 50 books on philosophy, art, music, politics, literature, culture, sexuality, and religion. His best known works were The Meaning of Conservatism (1980), Sexual Desire (1986), The Aesthetics of Music (1997), and How to Be a Conservative (2014).
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- Garnett, Mark; Hickson, Kevin (2013). Conservative thinkers: The key contributors to the political thought of the modern Conservative Party. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press. 113–115.
- Scruton, Roger (21 December 2019). "Roger Scruton: My 2019". The Spectator.
- "Roger Scruton: Conservative thinker dies at 75". BBC News, 12 January 2020.