The Problem of Brains
EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION |Courage is a virtue that most people would like to believe they possess, but how does one know if one is never tested? In contrast, men on the verge of battle must choose between courage and cowardice every day. When law professor William Miller decided to examine the nature of courage, he turned to soldiers' stories describing wars from ancient Greece to Vietnam. In this excerpt from his book The Mystery of Courage, Miller wonders whether the unintelligent and the unimaginative have an easier time on the battlefield.
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