Theodore Roosevelt’s Early Life: A Model of Masculine Virtue

Men are struggling today. Pound-for-pound, they’re worse off than their female counterparts (who have their own problems, too). These struggles…

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In Praise of the Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns

Once upon a time, Roman Reigns was a struggling hero. Clearly inhibited, he was condemned to play a character he…

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Announcing Lives of the Luminaries

After reading Quintus Curtius’ Digest, I was inspired. After seeing the complete failure of our “leadership” in response to the…

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Louis Pasteur Invents the Rabies Vaccine and Breaks Through an Ossified Orthodoxy

Despite its aspirational pretensions, science is an enterprise just as subject to orthodoxy, hierarchy, social desirability bias, and ass-covering as…

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Diomedes: The Underrated Hero of the Iliad

In the early books of the Iliad, when Achilles withdraws from the Greek army in rage, Diomedes emerged as the…

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Hajime no Ippo: Review

As the failure of Birds of Prey shows, the entertainment industry is churning out belittling pieces that have no support…

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The Masculine Epic Patreon is Now Live!

When the year began, I announced I would be creating a Patreon page with exclusive, premium content. Well, now it’s…

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Boris Johnson: Clown or Genius?

Recently, Britain got a new prime minister, the former Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. It came during a time of…

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Michael Ventris and the Decipherment of Linear B: How an “Amateur” Shocked the World

Many people shrink from fear when it comes to challenging the “experts,” especially in intellectual fields. We’ve previously met Heinrich…

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