The Troubadour Podcast

Sean Doherty: "I saw a man this morning who did not wish to die"

January 14, 2018
The Troubadour Podcast
Sean Doherty: "I saw a man this morning who did not wish to die"
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The Troubadour Podcast
Sean Doherty: "I saw a man this morning who did not wish to die"
Jan 14, 2018
Kirk j Barbera
Peace and the necessity of war
Show Notes
My friend Sean Doherty and I discuss the famous WWI poem "I saw a man this morning" by Patrick Shaw Stewart. Hopefully no one listening to this podcast, including the men reading it, will ever have to go to war. Yet, it is an activity that is apart of us. It was once believed that war was necessary to bring out our deepest virtues. Sean is a man of peace. He wrote a peace poem campaign and sent it to every US Senator in the hopes of spreading the message that war is not the answer. Our discussion is challenging and deep as we converse with this verse. We ask questions like when is war necessary? Should we be in the Middle East? What are the justifications of war? And, once there, what do we do?

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