Manliness by Harvey C. Mansfield
Reviewed by Martha C. Nussbaum
The New Republic Online
"Suppose a philosophical scholar ? let us call this scholar S ? with high standards, trained in and fond of the works of Plato and Aristotle, wished to investigate, for a contemporary American audience, the concept of 'manliness,' a concept closely related to the one that Plato and Aristotle called andreia, for which the usual English rendering is 'courage.' (Harvey Mansfield himself tells us that andreia is his subject.) How would this scholar go about it?" Read the entire New Republic Online review.