On the Comprehensive Judgment
Bravery is one of the ethical attributes of human beings, but the ethical concept of bravery itself is neutral. If a person is unstable in the sense of the ultimate concept, then one’s bravery is likely to be a reckless, destructive sacrifice of evil.
Thinkers have debated the ethical concept of bravery for thousands of years. Aristotle first put forward the ethical content of bravery in “Nicomacus Ethics”: “Brave is the power of an act in the face of fear.” Later, Aquinas defined the ethical definition of bravery…