There’s a battle ahead, many battles are lost…but you’ll never see the end of the road…while you’re traveling with me.
(1) Impressions of a Soulless New Airport (The Imaginative Conservative)
“There is little architectural daring or upward movement. It is a place without a sense of place—it could be anywhere or nowhere.”
(2) Folding bike-maker Brompton rides towards £20m stake sale (Sky News)
(3) Scan from Helvetica and the New York City Subway System by Paul Shaw
(4) A Quick & Dirty Guide to the Middle Ages (The Imaginative Conservative)
It was the Christiana Res Publica. “I saw monarchy without tyranny, aristocracy without factions, democracy without tumult, wealth without luxury,” Erasmus later wrote, idealizing the past. “Would that it had been your lot, divine Plato, to come upon such a republic.” Perhaps most important, medieval man believed that he knew his place in the Economy of Grace, in God’s universe.
(4a) Women’s rights…medieval style… (The History Jar)
The Brothers York by Thomas Penn (Pages 491-92)