I'm pleased to let you know that the Foundation for Constitutional Government, which produces the Conversations that I've been hosting for a couple of years, has just released a series of websites called Contemporary Thinkers. The aim is to make more easily accessible the works of pioneering thinkers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Currently the series features thirty individuals whose writings on politics, society, and government profoundly influenced their contemporaries and continue to shape public debate today--including Friedrich Hayek, John Maynard Keynes, Leon Kass, John Rawls, Leo Strauss, Irving Kristol, Allan Bloom, Thomas Sowell, Seth Benardete, and more. And there will be additional sites to come.
Presented in a catalogued, searchable format, the sites feature original essays on the ideas and influence of each thinker, curated bibliographies of their writing, video and audio content, and links to other online resources. The sites are user-friendly, and provide portals to thinkers whose writings are very much worth reading. Go to the home page, click on the thinker you'd like to learn more about it--and enter a world of interesting thought.
So take a look at Contemporary Thinkers. I think you'll find yourself following its links and benefitting from the readings many times over. And I'd be happy to get suggestions from you of other thinkers whose quality, influence or importance suggest they deserve inclusion in the series.