In order to guard ourselves in conversation, just as in combat, it is useful to be versed in the strategies and techniques of those who would do us harm. We examine logical fallacies that often arise in in discussion, both as a means of self-defense and a caution not to inadvertently fall into their use.
We believe ourselves to be on a quest, of sorts, in the pursuit of a chivalric life. “The Quest” itself is a substantial part of chivalric and classical literature. But how do we view and undertake quests in our everyday lives? And how important is The Quest in making our lives feel worthy?
“No half-heartedness and no worldly fear must turn us aside from following the light unflinchingly.” – JRR Tolkien