The following articles were the most popular at the site in 2018. There are some surprises here. For the first time since the site was founded in 2015, a podcast made it to the top ten list. And not just one podcast, but two of them. They were “The Surrealistic World of Michael Porfirio” (at no. 3) and “The Porfirio Effect” (at no. 9). I much appreciated Michael’s feedback in these podcasts, and I’m glad that readers also found them enjoyable.
So here they are, listed in descending order from top to bottom in the number of page views received:
How Benito Mussolini Took Power
Machiavelli’s Three Key Concepts
The Surrealistic World Of Michael Porfirio
Rejecting Cynicism And Nihilism, And Embracing An Ennobling Vision
The Dark Themes Of Film Noir, And Why They Matter Today
Edgar Allan Poe’s Sinister Inspiration For “The Cask Of Amontillado”
The Rise And Fall Of Empires: Ibn Khaldun’s Theory Of Social Development
The Three Types Of Travel Writing, And Their Uses
Michael Crichton On The Masculine Virtues Of Sean Connery
2018 was an important year. On Moral Ends was published, which is an important and extremely useful translation of a long-neglected classic. Besides the articles mentioned above, numerous other content-driven articles were published here at the site. We look forward to 2019 with great anticipation.
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