1. Roger Scruton singled out Peter Singer, a prominent Australian philosopher and animal-rights activist, for criticism.
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2. Roger Scruton told The Guardian in 2010 that he would no longer defend the view that revulsion against homosexuality can be justified.
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7. Roger Scruton is a senior research fellow at Blackfriars Hall, Oxford.
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11. Roger Scruton took a year's sabbatical from Birkbeck in 1990 and spent it working in Brno in the Czech Republic.
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12. Roger Scruton wrote that editing The Salisbury Review effectively ended his academic career in the United Kingdom.
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15. Roger Scruton told The Guardian that his colleagues at Birkbeck vilified him over the book.
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21. Roger Scruton was born in Buslingthorpe, Lincolnshire to John "Jack" Scruton, a teacher from Manchester, and his wife, Beryl Claris Scruton, and was raised with his two sisters in Marlow and High Wycombe.
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24. Roger Scruton embraced conservatism after witnessing the May 1968 student protests in France.
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