Flashcards in Code Of Chivalry Deck (13):
Code of chivalry
Integritas - trustworthy
Fidelitas - Loyal
Succerrere - helpful
Benevolus - friendly
Urbanus - courteous
Benignus - kind
Referre - obedient
Hilaris - cheerful
Frugalis - thrifty
Fortitudo - brave
Abulere - clean
Sanctus - reverent
Standard of virtuous behavior
Ideal code for ethical behavior
Quality of the ideal man
Effects of chivalry
Respect for women
Morals woven into daily life
Revival of discipline
Civic duties undergirded by Scripture
Discernment-based vs. skill based
Heroic action epics
When loyalty is difficult the Christian doesn't waver from his calling
On the battlefield or in relationships a believer can be counted on
We don't think of ourselves first, but we think of others.
Because we are accountable, we should look it for our relationships first.
Think of the larger picture
Extending goodness to others
Look for others and bestow goodness on the where we see they need it.
It's not about us
Courtesy is putting our helpfulness in a form helpful to others
Finding hurts in others that can be met with kindness.
We find ways to reach other's hurts
Rearguard of Roland's Frankish army was ambushed
What idea did the Song of Roland establish about chivalry?
That chivalry is the ideal code for ethical behavior
Chansons de gestes
Songs of deeds