In court masques designed by Inigo Jones in the seventeenth century, Charles I, King of England, enjoyed a perspectival vision that could be seen properly only from the king’s seat.

Flattered by this artistic creation, the king thought he was the center of the universe and clung to his divine right to rule in the face of revolution, eventually losing his head on the scaffold. This bare-bones historical tale suggests...

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