Proposition: Reading the tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table can teach us a thing or two about chivalry and leadership. Also: Chivalry and respect in relationships, and the difference between “intensity” and “improvement.”Continue reading. . .
Does the concept of “fair play” mean an athlete has to avoid being competitive if he or she wants to be honorable? Are “tactical fouls” a chivalrous way to play? And we consider whether a woman can be a knight — inside all that armor, it’s sometimes hard to tell who you’re calling “sir.”Continue reading. . .
In our premier podcast, we welcome our listeners (hospitality being an important knightly quality), consider whether rugby games could be played with swords, give an atrocious two-minute tour of medieval history, and recommend some very chivalrous books that have nothing to do with “knights in shining armor.”Continue reading. . .