Cassidy Egan March 23, 2010
The feudal system should adopt chivalry because chivalry shows order and helps keep things together without any problems. The feudal system could use this lot. The chivalry is pretty much a list of rules to keep things organized and not so hectic. It could be used to defend you or help others. It allows others to be less concerned about them and actually help others, which the feudal system could need.
Chivalry was the qualities idealized by knighthood, such as courage, courtesy, honor, and gallantry toward women. Over time, this word evolved and changed, eventually merging having more dealt with men. Knights desired love and glory for their king and lady. If every man of contemporary times embodied the chivalric code, conflict, disorder, and injustice would be less incessant. Knights under this code were obligated to swear allegiance to their country, defend, inhibit generosity, and remain true to their word as well as never tell a lie.
The feudal system would be a much safer place to reside on if all the men were courageous enough to defend their country in times of war and strife. There would be a lot less crimes going on, for the chivalric code denounced this behavior and encouraged respectfulness and reverence toward women. Women were considered weak, and knights abiding by the chivalric code vowed to defend them. Knights upheld their lady’s every need, no matter what the price, even if it would mean death.
Another way, in which chivalry would benefit the feudal system, is by the courteous and generous acts that the knights were required to uphold. Men would be less eager to suit their own needs, and more willing to help others. They would be more willing to give than to receive.
If a man would keep his word, there would be less debt problems and someone lending a friend a dollar would be sure to get his money back, without any worries. Telling the truth and never lying would keep fraud and...