The Four Types of Men: Part IV – The Bard

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  1. While I appreciate the effort, the premise behind this set of essays–and all that most web browsing folks are likely to see–is a reductive list of four kinds of men when in fact there are billions.

    • It’s a bit reductive, but it’s more about four different aspects of men. He did state in the introduction that most of us are some mixture of these aspects.

      Kind of like colours on a paint palette.

  2. Nice series- though I think you need to write about a 5th guy, the wimp.

    • Michael Philp says:

      I’m interested in this. Can you define the wimp further? What exactly makes someone a wimp? Are there benefits to being one? I may be considered a wimp, but that is only because I am not a warrior, and when confronted with a warrior I realise I am outmatched on his grounds. I am also a bard, and I know that if the warrior were to come onto my turf, he would be outmatched. Does that make him a wimp?

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