About Mark Signorelli

Mark Signorelli is an independent scholar whose work has appeared in a variety of journals, including Modern Age, The Public Discourse, Arion, Front Porch Republic, Anamnesis Journal, Ethika Politika, and The University Bookman. Mr. Signorelli has also spoken at conferences of the Ciceronian Society and the Edmund Burke Society. He is a member of the Academy of Philosophy and Letters.

Poetry as a Form of Life

By |2020-06-19T14:19:42-05:00June 19th, 2020|Categories: Art, Beauty, Culture, Literature, Modernity, Poetry, Virtue, Writing|

The poet’s power is a power to disclose, extol, and communicate the sanctity of experience, protecting it from the ordinary disorientation of the quotidian. The poet calls attention to the ordinary patterns of human life, and is a call to contentment, that rarest of achievements. To attribute to poetry such power is to ascribe to [...]

Strange and Admirable

By |2020-04-24T12:15:34-05:00April 24th, 2020|Categories: Culture, Fiction, Literature, Modernity, Poetry, Writing|

One of the most encouraging trends among conservatives in recent years has been the increased amount of recognition and discussion they have given to the importance of culture and the arts. There is, on the right, a growing sensitivity to the ways that many of the political and social ills we commonly bemoan have their [...]

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