Getting into the weeds with some intellectual/academic work I’m doing, and will be working on the rest of the summer. I took a little time a day or two back and finished up (insomuch as anything of this sort can ever be “finished”) my library of Anglophone traditionalist conservatism/Christian humanism; there’s some really great stuff freely available there for your perusal.
- A couple of weeks back, I posted on multiple praises of boredom. Here’s another one.
- Pessimism and the uses of Tradition
- The late Peter Augustine Lawler on human dignity.
- Contemporary avant-garde artists and the meaning of Martin Luther.
- The shifting–and stable?–meaning of diaries throughout the ages.
Contemporary neo-traditionalist composer Michael Kurek’s tone poem The Sea Knows: