Why aesthetics matter to the success of ideologies and movements
Our last regular issue before a schedule change — with a guest essay by James Kierstead
The perils of doing something for the aesthetics and fun
What if Julius Caesar hadn’t been assassinated?
What an early Christian heresy tells us about modern progressivism
How to renew our democracies
New essays on nuclear war, the Olympics, and making a difference
On the danger of multipolarity in the Nuclear Age
Why role ethics is true
Ancient, modern, contemporary, and future
Spartophiles and more
New essays on the meaning of politics, censorship, and our world in 2050