The Art of Maniliness has a good post today on Thumos [ θυμός]. It reminded me of something I read just yesterday on James Chastek's Just Thomism, The American Student. Here is the passage from Got Thumos?: Why is it that many men seem so lacking in thumos today?
Art of Manliness
by Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette $9.95; 160 pages Based on a recommendation from the Art of Manliness, I bought King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine from Bookmans. I couldn't find it at my local new bookstores, but you can find it
The Art of Manliness has a series starting that is inspired by the book, King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine. I am looking forward to this. Of the two great forefathers of modern psychology, I find Carl Jung more interesting than Sigmund Freud, although both
This week, the Art of Manliness had a good article on 45 Manly Hobbies. On the list that I do [at least a little]: * Reading * Ballroom dancing * Marksmanship * Martial arts * Alcohol/Cigar/Pipe smoking connoisseur * Learning a foreign language * Blogging I especially liked the story about an electrical engineer who