Sallust starts by talking about the strengths of the mind and the body. He puts the virtues of the mind above that of the body, but he understands that war needs both the mind for planning and the body for attacking.
1. Discuss the strengths of the mind versus the strengths of the body. Include in your discussion how one might complement the other and how one might interfere with the other.
2. Discuss the different uses of the body and the mind for war. Use examples from the text to support your answer.
3. Using the text as a resource, why do you think Sallust puts the virtue of the mind above that of the body? Use examples from the text to support your answer.
Men joined the army where they aimed to earn renown as a hero. At that time, money and power were more in the background. He...
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