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Max Arnott

Max Arnott is an independent scholar living in Toronto and has been a reader of Voegelin for many years.

The Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum, known popularly as the ROM or “Rawm,” is a significant point of pride for Torontonians, residents of Ontario, and Canadians outside Ontario. It…

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Foreign Languages

Many of our readers have spent time and effort, a lot of time and effort, in reading foreign language texts, and many will have noticed a certain…

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Microaggression

It is difficult, sometimes, to be serious, appropriately serious, about trifles. On the one hand, trifles are . . . well . . . trifles. On the…

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Latin Stacks . . .

A large reference library such as the central library here in Toronto has open shelves, accessible to the public, but the bulk of its collection (a big…

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Boredom and Ennui

Notwithstanding Valentine’s, there’s not much to be said for February other than that it’s short. February is boring. Boring. So, let’s talk about boredom. That boredom is…

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Hedonophia

Sometimes, a suggestion from the crowd, though of little merit in itself, may stir those who are wiser to correction and emendation, and so initiate the subsequent…

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