When you think of the "Art of Manliness" what man comes to mind as most closely personifying the ideal set by the web site? Perhaps because of the feel of the site and the use of imagery Hemingway comes to mind for me; but while his sense of adventure, love of sport an fitness and sense of style were laudable, I don't know that he morally represented the site. Ben Franklin definitely had the moral qualities and hard work/yankee ingenuity that represents the site, not to mention a great nose for business, but he wasn't often described as being debonair or stylish. So who else, Francis Bacon, Voltaire, Socrates? Does anyone else have someone in mind who personifies the site?
Can any ONE man embody all of what it means to be a man, or the entirety of the The Art of Manliness? I'll pick and choose those aspects I find manly from among many of those already mentioned. (Excepting fictional characters like Dirty Harry and Jesus Christ.) Doing this allows my very own 'version' of manhood to emerge. Or, allowing me to become 'my own man', develop my own standards, and challenge myself to live up to them.
Yea, it's pretty accepted that Jesus was a real person. We know for a fact that Pontius Pilate was, as correspondence between him and Rome still exists, as well as other physical, archeological evidence from his time as Governor of Judea. Pontius Pilate .
However, there is almost no evidence whatsoever of Pontius Pilate's right-hand man. His name was lost to the ages, and his actual title has devolved over the centuries. Essentially, all we have left for the title of Pontius Pilate's assistant is the modern derivation: Co-Pilate.
Think I just lost my Man Card and my AoM membership.
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Hi,There is a terrific article about William James Psychology and his concept about "Fake it till you make it". Act as if you already are confident. I cant find on google, here nowwhere. Anybody has read it lately?Best regards,NaveenSee More
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