Available 25th April
Samuel Barnes
Virgil’s Aeneid follows the lineage of the Homeric epics in continuation of some particular values of antiquity. Virgil, however, makes Aeneas the cent…
Samuel Barnes
The plane is going down, “HOWDY” is written across the left wing. Probabilities of not being disturbed, Increase and decrease at one in the same time. …
Samuel Barnes
In the Homeric epics the invocations of the muse contain a duality of themes and values. The Iliad asserts the value of glory in war while the Odyssey …
Samuel Barnes
The invocation of the muse signals much more than narrative themes
Samuel Barnes
Lingering in the background noise of our cultural heritage. You might be able to name a few, in some educational context you where forced to dissect th…
Samuel Barnes
A Proseminar Presentation for Michael Millerman's Course: 'The Philosophy of Leo Strauss'
Samuel Barnes
A collaboration by Samuel Barnes & Adam Jesionowski
Samuel Barnes
One of the most odious facets of the liberal zeitgeist is the notion of unjudging relative taste: “Some watch Love Island, Some listen to Pergolesi” ea…
Samuel Barnes
The ‘27 Club’, that imaginary statistic which happens to contain a few notables… but already I am being pedantically analytical and pulling everything …
Samuel Barnes
Rampant midwittery utilises convenient cultural-political references in an impressively efficient way. “It’s just like 1984!” — The signal to like-mind…
Samuel Barnes