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Peter King

Peter King is a social philosopher, writer, and anti-radical focusing on antimodernism and conservatism. His recent work focuses on two areas: first, on what it means to be an antimodernist in the world today; and secondly, on the impact of conservative ideas on public policy. Peter is the author of 16 books, most recently Reaction: Against the Modern World (Imprint Academic, 2012) and The Antimodern Condition: An Argument against Progress (Ashgate, 2014), the latter of which focuses on the thought of René Guénon. Peter is currently Reader in Social Thought at De Montfort University.

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