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|Event Location||Zaytuna College, California|
|Event Description||Roger Scruton and Hamza Yusuf meet in the library of Zaytuna College to have a wide-ranging discussion on the true meaning of conservatism. Roger Scruton is philosopher of politics and aesthetics. He has authored more than fifty books on culture, philosophy, and religion, including A Dictionary of Political Thought and How to Be a Conservative. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Cambridge in 1972 and is currently pursuing his interest in the philosophy of music. He is a Fellow of the Humanities Research Institute and Course Director of the M.A. in Philosophy at the University of Buckingham. Hamza Yusuf is a leading proponent of classical learning in Islam. He is president of Zaytuna College, and has taught courses on Islamic jurisprudence, ethics, astronomy, logic, theology, prophetic biography, and hadith, as well as other subjects. He has published numerous articles and translations, including The Prayer of the Oppressed and Purification of the Heart. He also serves as vice president for the Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies, an international initiative that seeks to address the root causes that can lead to radicalism and militancy. Produced by Safir Ahmed & Najeeb Hasan Additional Production & Film Editing by Imran Ali Malik Set Direction/Camera: Haroon Sellars & Tefari Casis|
|A Study of History - Note: Admits that Ibn Khaldoon is his major influence|
|A Study of History - Note: Mentioned in the "Special Address" Speech|
|A Study of History - "He quoted Arnold Toynbee: That any civilization on its way out, begins to use profanities." -Shaikh Hamza Quoting from the book|
|The War Against Grammar - "It was an eye opening book for me" -Shaikh Hamza Yusuf|
|Pygmalion - Note: The main character `The flower girl`; She doesn't speak English properly. But she wanted to become more lady-like, so she fixed her language.|
|Videocracy: How YouTube Is Changing the World . . . with Double Rainbows, Singing Foxes, and Other Trends We Can’t Stop Watching - Note: How videos go Viral. Referenced the book.|