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Zeteo Mission Statement

author portrait of Jean Miélot (died 1472) writing his compilation of the Miracles of Our Lady [used to illustrate Zeteo Mission Statement]In a world of selfies, billionaires, specialists, and loneliness, Zeteo is for those who keep reading widely, reflecting deeply, and discussing enthusiastically. Our writers seek to span the disciplines and to integrate personal circumstances, political views, and intellectual interests. We have not turned our backs on the past, and, as online publishers and human beings, we are constantly adapting to the present. Like the monasteries on whom the survival of a Western Civilization came to depend, we seek to be a refuge for a rich, imperative way of life.

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Image, found in a Wikipedia segment on “Late Manuscript Culture,” is an author portrait of Jean Miélot (died 1472) writing his compilation of the Miracles of Our Lady, one of his many, once popular works. He was mainly employed in the production of deluxe illuminated manuscripts for the library Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy.

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Zeteo Mission Statement