future/tense is so called because the future is going to be tense.
At the same time, it is necessary to imagine the future from the present, to conjugate matter(s) with the possible.

The journal is organised in Topics, τόποι in ancient rhetoric, so-called commonplaces from which propositions are produced, places in which to find arguments to develop.
Our Topics, here, will not be commonplaces in the modern, disparaging sense; we hope that contemporary concerns and historical perspectives alike will be discussed — and that we may even find common places in which to meet and rediscover each other, the others, and in so doing, ourselves.
The Topics will develop in parallel, earlier ones being added to even as new ones emerge.
Perhaps we will even take up some old commonplaces in new guises — and make them truly uncommon.