Peter King (UK)

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"Peter King is Reader in Social Thought at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. He has taught at DMU since 1993. In recent years Peter’s research has been primarily concerned with the nature of conservative thought, including the current ideas and policies of the Conservative party and the idea of reaction. The Antimodern Condition is Peter’s 16th book. He is currently working on a project on conservatism and radicalism." [1]

On 20th October, 2102, the Traditional Britain Group in conjunction with The Quarterly Review hosted an "all day conference in central London titled, 'Another Country - is there a future for Tradition?'" Peter was one of the speakers at the conference. [2]


  • King, P. (2014) The antimodern condition: an argument against progress. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2014.
  • King, P. (2012) Reaction: Against the Modern World. Exeter: Imprint Academic
  • King, P. (2011) Responsibility and capability. Economic Affairs, 31 (1), pp. 86-89
  • King, P. (2011) The New Politics: Liberal Conservatism or the Same Old Tories. Bristol: The Policy Press.

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