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Analysis of "Wise Endurance" from "If I Die in a Combat Zone."
A courageous man doesn't run away. He remains at his post and fights for his country. Socrates said that courage is wise endurance. Though, some may argue that foolish endurance is more couragous than wise endurance. Someone who endures without knowledge is braver than someone who endures with knowledge. A man who endures war without the knowledge of fighting or weaponry is very courageous. Another may argue that a man who is confident without knowledge is more crazed than wise. Tim O'Brien points out that courage without wisdom is defective and also dangerous. O'Brien first sees the charg…
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