Weekday Reading #19

After the Clash of Civilizations, Christopher Caldwell, Compact

Biden’s Folly In Ukraine, Douglas Macgregor, The American Conservative

After the End of Globalization, Gladden Pappin, The Postliberal Order

David Bentley Hart’s Post-Christian Pantheism, Edward Feser, Public Discourse

The Latest Republican Muddle, Alexander Voltz, Quadrant

8 responses to “Weekday Reading #19”

  1. C.L. Avatar

    I’m yet to see any evidence of a massive atrocity in Bucha.
    Followed hard on the heels of the Ukrainian/Nazi torture videos – I presume that was the thinking behind the production.

  2. C.L. Avatar

    Wrong Thread.
    D’oh etc.

  3. Angus Black Avatar
    Angus Black

    I have to say, Dover, your choice of art is almost always delightful but you’ve outdone yourself today…

    …do you want to tell us who the artist is?

  4. dover0beach Avatar

    Harold Knight, Angus. And thank you.

  5. dopey Avatar

    He seems to be reading to someone out of the picture, to his left.

  6. Louis Litt Avatar
    Louis Litt

    Yeah Dover – for what it’s is worth I love the painting you post.
    It shows the beauty of life on earth – whether it’s a landscape or portrait.

  7. Angus Black Avatar
    Angus Black

    Dover, thank you very much for introducing me to Harold Knight who, I confess, had absolutely passed me by. An interesting and attractive body of work – arguably you’ve picked out the standout piece, but he was a portraitist of some serious talent.

    I think my other favourite, amongst those I have found, is the two women on a cliff top – very 1920s/30s railway advertising posters in style.

    I once had a framed set of posters produced for the relaunch of the Orient express – 4 stations, sleeping & dining car – in a reminiscent style (sadly they went “missing” during one of our international house moves). My wife (to be, at that time) bought them for my birthday soon after we met…

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