You can get a lot of great stuff at a Costco warehouse store – and in the month of February, that even includes some thoughts about the value of chivalry in the modern world! Each month, in the Costco Connection magazine, you’ll find a section called “Informed Debate,” which covers both sides of a topical […]Continue reading. . .
Even the most honest and sincere of people seem to have blind spots when it comes to their own sense of truthfulness. It was certainly true of medieval knights – who were notorious for breaking vows of loyalty when it was personally or politically expedientContinue reading. . .
No, this isn’t an article about the zombie apocalypse and the code of chivalry. But with so many people proclaiming – frequently and definitively – the death of chivalry, it does seem like talking about chivalry in real, practical terms is a bit like trying to resurrect the deadContinue reading. . .
Scott speaks with Prof. P.M. Forni, founder of the Johns Hopkins Civility Project and author of the book Choosing Civility, who discusses the history of “civil” behavior and chivalryContinue reading. . .
Scott speaks with Brett McKay, founder of the Art Of Manliness and co-author of Manvotionals: Timeless Wisdom And Advice On Living The 7 Manly Virtues, about the gentlemanly arts and the place of the code of chivalry within the framework of manly philosophyContinue reading. . .
Host Scott Farrell speaks with Prof. Jennifer G. Wollock who explains how medieval literary ideals have had a profound impact on modern society, from military doctrines and ethics, to romantic stories of forbidden love and star-crossed passion.Continue reading. . .