If you like what the weeklies and monthlies are doing, that's great, too. And if you think this whole structure looks a lot like a giant domed-top formation, I would agree with you.
I upgraded my copy of Thomas Hobbes's Leviathan for Christmas this year, with a nice 1940s copy from Oxford Clarendon Press. I knew a professor who taught at Roosevelt University in Chicago who liked to attend Social Thought seminars, who has a 1st ed of Leviathan. At the time it was worth some $20K, and he let me hold it briefly. At any rate, this whole juncture we are at historically has me thinking a lot about modernity and about Hobbes, so I think I'll give him a fresh read.