In a world marked by ferocious politics, economic change, warfare and violence, social upheaval, and religious schism, how, exactly did chivalrous knights and their sword fighting games and jousting activities fit into the scheme of everyday life?Continue reading. . .
Our Season Six Podcast promotion has come to an end, and we do want to thank the small but dedicated group of listeners who took to time to contribute to our program. Our regularly schedule podcast has been discontinued, though you will still be able to hear intriguing and engaging interviews from time to time […]Continue reading. . .
Scott explores the dark streets of one of the most overlooked genres of chivalric literature – the private eye story – with author and publisher Charles Ardai.Continue reading. . .
Scott Farrell’s defense of western swordplay and knightly values is well argued, but also fun to read, as you would expect from someone who wears chain mail in his spare time. It helps that the book dodges the dry tone of some academic texts. Instead, it is clear and readable to those who are neither black belts nor who strictly know who Wittgenstein was.Continue reading. . .
So, Aristotle, C.S. Lewis and Bruce Lee decide to go to a jousting match … Sounds like the beginning of a very strange joke, doesn’t it? But the fact is, that could well be the premise for one of the chapters in the forthcoming book, Martial Arts and Philosophy, which will be published by Open […]Continue reading. . .