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War! What Is It Good For?

This entry is part 4 of 17 in the series The Art of War of Learning
Teaching us how to allocate our time, energy and resources (TER) productively. People take limits in war seriously because death and destruction are salient consequences. Reified fecal matter can come into contact with air distribution appliances rather rapidly.
Give it, give it a second…theeeeeeeere ya go.
In our comfortable, pampered, modern first world lives, misallocation of TER will not kill us (quickly), but battlefield lessons remain valuable, applicable and beneficial. Indeed, we get to enjoy the best of both worlds: the safety of peace, and the wise efficiency of well-conducted war. We get all the benefits of martial insight without ever risking the violent destruction our bodies and minds.
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