Peter King is a social philosopher, writer, and anti-radical focusing on antimodernism and conservatism. Before taking early retirement, he worked for 25 years as a university academic in the UK. Peter’s research focused on applying philosophical concepts to public policy issues. He is the author of 21 books, including Keeping Things Close and Here and Now, both published by Arktos in 2015. His other works include 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.