Have you ever wondered where your rights come from? Do you find yourself puzzling out what enumerated rights belong to the individual?
Milton, who later went blind, blamed his condition on the years of service he devoted to the Cromwell government. It is this blinded Milton that one encounters in “When I consider how my light is spent.”
When Dante wrote the Divine Comedy, a poem transcribing an arduous journey from the depths of Hell to the heights of Heaven, he was in the midst of an exile from his beloved Florence.
The Classical Contrarians have often found ourselves out of place, in a sense that the West has pushed aside notions of rationality and debate for the superfluous nature of modernity.