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Outdated Chivalry Chivalry is based on a principal of bravery pride and gallantry toward women and although chivalry was meant as a code for the righteous and good in the middle ages it is outdated and will only lead to trouble in modern times Pride is one of the characteristics of chivalry The knights are proud of their kingdoms The knights are proud of their names Theyre proud of everything but pride is a terrible weakness in people People in our times are proud enough as it is if chivalry were to come back imagine what kind of egos they would have then People would grow arrogant and cocky and this world would just become a much worse place Take Germany and Hitler for example Hitler managed to raise the countries pride by saying that the they were the sole ancestors of Rome and needed to conquer the world The pride that the people were so engulfed in eventually led to a catastrophic world war This is one of the reasons why chivalry is not needed Another one of the characteristics of chivalry is bravery Once upon a time a knight would rush in have a quick sword fight and save the damsel in distress from the evil villain and that was it was brave Today if a I were to rush into a crime scene and try to save the person from a bad guy chances are I would be shot Times have changed and bravery can get you killed faster and easier since we no longer have those long and tedious sword fights Instead you can get killed hundreds of yards away Another reason why bravery is no longer needed is that we already have people who are paid to be brave and protect the innocent and theyre called police officers So basically bravery should only for those who are meant to be brave and if some one isnt one of those
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