My friend and colleague David Corey makes the case for apprenticeship in political philosophy: “A valued teacher once told me I could spend my time with the tradition of political philosophy either searching out things to ‘problematize’ or searching for beauty and truth wherever it may appear…. For the most part, I have taken the second path, and I have never regretted it — largely because of the cumulative effect it has had on my disposition as a scholar, but also because of the effect it has had on my day-to-day experience in the world.”