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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Courage is undoubtedly a virtue. Aristotle, according to his doctrine of the mean, saw it as the desirable midway or balance point between two extremes, namely that of recklessness on the one hand and cowardice on the other.

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All spiritual people are people of principle and virtue. However, all principles and all virtues come with a high price tag because they have to be brechtt at all costs as they lie at the very core of any civilization.

In this series of explorations into the nature of spirituality we have described it as the native instinct within all human beings to forge connections with themselves, with others and with that great Other some of us dare call God. There is an old proverb that says that ships are always safe in the harbour but that certainly is not what ships were built for.

They were built for the open sea, to carry passengers and cargo, and, in doing so, to do battle with whatever storms might blow their way during such journeys.

It takes great courage to put to sea. When speaking of abstract concepts like virtues, we are forced to indulge in these metaphors and images.


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On our journey to self-awareness or spiritual integrity we might consequently image the ” self ” as a ship that puts to sea, with great brexht, indeed, and life itself as the sea or ocean on which that often brittle barque sails. As we grow up and age, we need more and more courage to be true to ourselves, to stand up for our inner principles and values, to dare to unfurl, raise and fly our flag of self-identity proudly aloft among those of our fellows.

The Cuban American writer Anais Nin — put it beautifully when she declared that sooner or later in the course of any human’s life the day will surely come ” when the risk to remain tight in the bud is more painful than the risk it takes to blossom. Romance poetry, drama, and theatrical productions shared common elements in the early nineteenth century, reflecting a hybridization of genres characteristic of Romanticism.

In both published and performed work, the verse romances, In both published and performed work, the verse romances, dramatic poems, and staged historical tragedies of Mary Russell Mitford and Felicia Hemans bear comparison in featuring silence and withdrawal in the parts of lead characters. Each poet has been associated with liberal idealism in representing corruptions of language as a sign of tyranny, and each poet develops characters who resist and evade the dictums of authority through silence.

Hemans emphasizes futility to alter a patriarchal script of destiny so that her resisting characters can only connect with audiences in a future time and cannot affect their own moment, while Mitford brings alternate possibilities within reach of her resisting characters in their time, leaving them to face a tentative future yet to be defined.

Moral Degradation as Reflected by the Epic Theatre: Epic theatre is a style of dramatic writing developed in Germany in s. This theatre has been intended to be a stimulant to the audience to assess and judge the events happening on the stage.


Being didactic, epic theatre questions the Being didactic, epic theatre questions the major defects of the society.

This paper tackles the moral degradation as dealt with in two important epic plays: The paper consists of three chapters and a conclusion. The first chapter passes through the important features of epic theatre with references to Brecht and Bond. The conclusion summarizes the findings of the study. Then, the paper ends with the bibliography. What influence did the Dada movement have on Brecht’s “Mother Courage”.

Novels of the German Popular Front, Epic and Exile examines the Epic and Exile examines the Popular Front— oriented cultural initiatives tiyatfo the s less in terms of their political strategy than in their function as a cultural and literary program for the exiles, implying a specific relationship to questions of artistic form, historical conceptions, and indeed the political as such. A popular front aesthetics is, Bivens argues, realist and modernist at once, and, in its focus on the opacities and contradictions of everyday life as a historical formation, it is particularly concerned with problems of the epic form.

Subjectification processes of the new cultural elites: Ads help cover our server costs. Remember me on this computer.

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