Courage looks for courage outside of the extremes of violence,
endurance and fear, tracking it across cultural and historical
divides to its less spectacular and deeper forms. It follows
courage across the age-divide to children, and across the
species-divide to animals. It seeks out courage in the parts of our
public and private lives where we least expect to find it. This is
a look at the ideas and practices of courage stripped of their
rhetorical 'bling'. ""Courage"" not as a virtue to aspire to, but
as an expression of human spirit-messy, explosive and morally
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