In this Issue
Adam Kadlac offers an appreciation of Disney’s “princess industrial complex.” Michele Moody-Adams explores the importance of coming to terms with history. A previously unpublished essay by Mary Midgley considers the limits of bachelor philosophy. Michael Thorne considers why Wittgenstein said that learning the truth by thinking is like learning about a face by drawing it; Kenny Walden finds paradoxes in nostalgia. Helen De Cruz reviews The Dawn of Everything by David Graeber and David Wengrow. Cover illustration by Emily C. Bernstein.