precept of the month

Justice

“Justice” may be one of the trickier concepts in our Code of Chivalry. Not only do people not agree on how it should be defined- Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary contains 8 related but not identical definitions for the word- but how justice is to be applied differes widely. Robert Heinlein discussed in The Number of the […]

By |November 20th, 2014|Categories: Precept of the Month|Tags: , |0 Comments

Truth

I have talked about truth before, in my essay on developing the ability to see the truth in all matters. In it, I talk about the different truths that we perceive- subjective and objective truths- that are often very different. As Knights, we offer ourselves to stand in the way of danger, to defend those […]

By |October 8th, 2014|Categories: Precept of the Month|Tags: , |0 Comments

Sincerity

Seosaidh Blackwolf

Sincerity Essay

 

Del took a deep breath. She let it out. Her voice was gentle. “That’s insane,” she said.

“Maybe,” agreed Lewis as Foss lunged at him yet again, “but it’s sincere as hell!” -John Steakley, “Armor”

 

The Code of Chivalry always needs to be considered in context. In my last essay, I discussed the idea that honor […]

By |June 8th, 2014|Categories: Precept of the Month|Tags: , |0 Comments