Theodore Dalrymple - The Psychological and Cultural Significance of Historiography - Traditional Britain Conference 2015
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Theodore Dalrymple - The Psychological and Cultural Significance of Historiography.
Theodore Dalrymple the pen name of a retired doctor and psychiatrist who worked in a slum hospital and prison in Birmingham, England and many sub-Saharan African countries. A prolific author of numerous essays and opinion pieces carried in the Wall Street Journal, Cato Institute, The Spectator, Daily Telegraph, New Criterion, City Journal, National Review and Takis magazine, he is also the author of Life at the Bottom : The Worldview That Makes the Underclass, So Little Done, Our Culture, What's Left of It : The Mandarins and the Masses, Romancing Opiates: Pharmacological Lies and the Addiction Bureaucracy, In Praise of Prejudice: The Necessity of Preconceived Ideas, Not With A Bang, But A Whimper: The Poltics and Culture of Decline, The New Vichy Syndrome, Admirable Evasions and from New English Review Press Anything Goes (2011), Farewell Fear (2012), Threats of Pain and Ruin (2014), Out Into The Beautiful World (2015), The Proper Procedures and Other Stories (2017), Grief and Other Stories (2018) and The Terror of Existence (with Kenneth Francis (2018). Dr. Dalrymple's NER archives are here.