Episode 12: Cheating and Chivalry

An exploration of several aspects of cheating in today’s world, including misrepresentations in on-line games and predatory practices in the lending market — what does the Code of Chivalry have to say about using tactics like these to profit or get ahead? Plus: The conclusion of our interview with Angela Clair, one of the historical interpreters with the Royal Armouries at Leeds.

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Segment 1: Cheating, Part 1 – Fair Play, Honesty and Gold Farming

Segment 2: Cheating, Part 2 – Trust and Predatory Lending Practices

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Segment 3: Conclusion of Scott’s Interview with Royal Armouries Interpreter Angela Clair.

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Scott Farrell

About Scott Farrell

Scott Farrell is the founder and director of the Chivalry Today Educational Program. He gives dozens of live presentations on the history and values of chivalry every year at schools, libraries, and civic and professional organizations throughout Southern California. His thoughts and conversations on chivalry can be heard worldwide every month on his Chivalry Today Podcast. His essays on the code of chivalry have appeared in numerous magazines and books, including Living A Life Of Value (Jason Merchey, editor) and the forthcoming Martial Arts And Philosophy (Damon Young, editor).