At First Things magazine, Jane Coombs writes about the art of Hans Holbein. I used Holbein’s portraits of St. Thomas More and Thomas Cromwell to illustrate John J. Reilly’s review of Peter Ackroyd’s The Life of Thomas More because Holbein’s portraits so vividly capture the personalities of his subjects. Holbein had the opportunity to paint many of the most famous people of his tumultuous times.
Baron Julius Evola This is where you will find John's real view of the Global War on Terror. It wasn't, and isn't, possible for any of the various counter-insurgencies, civil wars, and bush wars currently raging in the world to bring down the United States of America. To think so
This is an absolutely beautiful exposition of the idea that a universal state is the best for the flourishing of man. I'll let the words speak for themselves. Dante's World Government: De Monarchia in the 21st Century By John J. Reilly “In writing the introduction to a work of political
This is why I do this. Coming back to this barely remembered book review after many, many years is much like reuiniting with an old friend. I can see in these paragraphs things I have said, and things I have thought, forgetting their true source. This post is a rich