[ by Charles Cameron — philosophy during a bank heist — and its implications in terms of military doctrine ]
Two screenshots in sequence from the Denzel Washington movie, Inside Man, bring me back to the philosophical fissures and fusions between mind and brain, subjective and objective, quantitative and qualitative, man half-angel and half-beast — in a law enforcement context.
When one side has reached the limits of its material strength, it can always add to its military efforts by mobilizing all possible moral strength.
I often need to talk about this. As material, for Clausewitz, is the counterpart to moral, what for TRADOC is the counterpart to Human Terrain?