What if Julius Caesar hadn’t been assassinated?
Why aesthetics matter to the success of ideologies and movements
Four new amazing essays about the ancient world and the future
A launch, and four amazing essays about the ancient world and the future
Illuminating questions of culture with light from the past
Why our future is ripe for a revival of classical architecture
New excellent essays on the coordination of human affairs in the past and future
New essays drawing lessons for the future from ancient Greek city-states
New essays on the meaning of politics, censorship, and our world in 2050
Our last regular issue before a schedule change — with a guest essay by James Kierstead
New essays on nuclear war, the Olympics, and making a difference
What do you do when you grow up at the edge of empire?