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by Jack E. Hoban

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ISBN: 1475156685
Author: Jack E. Hoban
Language: English
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 9, 2012)
Pages: 320
Category: Philosophy
Subcategory: Politics
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 283
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The Ethical Warrior cautions to kill to protect life. Values, Morals and Ethics are the most often overlooked portion of combative skills. I Highly recomend this book.

The Ethical Warrior cautions to kill to protect life. But, a Soldier frequently must agress and take life to complete an objective presented top down. He mentions this as soliders must complete the mission while minimizing life loss, but perhaps in some cases, not preforming the mission would result in most life protected. I conduct a Ethical Warrior seminar every 6 months for both old and new students.

The Ethical Warrior book. He now delivers a revolutionary view of moral values for our time epitomized by the Ethical Wa Jack Hoban was shaped by service in the . Jack Hoban was shaped by service in the .  . Marine Corps, a life-changing epiphany at a Cold War bar, and mentorship under two masters: The 34th generation grandmaster of the shadowy art of the Ninja and a sage of the Natural Law who. may just have deciphered the meaning of life.

Jack Hoban was shaped by service in the . Marine Corps, a life-changing epiphany at a Cold War bar, and mentorship under two masters: The 34th generation grandmaster of the shadowy art of the Ninja and a sage of the Natural Law who may just have deciphered the meaning of life. He now delivers a revolutionary view of moral values for our time epitomized by the Ethical Warrior - protector of self and others as equal human beings.

He now delivers a revolutionary view of moral values for our time epitomized by the Ethical Warrior - protector of self and others as equal human beings. Hoban's methodology reaches from the Greek ancients to the counterinsurgency efforts of today's Marines to provide ethical clarity and confidence in our moral actions.

Guest post from Jack Hoban. A dedication to protecting the life value of self and others – all others – makes the Ethical Warrior different and moral. The Definitions in Action - Sample Story: The Bully. What are Values? According to the dictionary, values are things that have an intrinsic worth in usefulness or importance to the possessor, or principles, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable. Moral values are relative values that protect life and are respectful of the dual life value of self and others. The great moral values, such as truth, freedom, charity, et. have one thing in common.

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with Jack E. Hoban & Bruce J. Gourlie. The Ethical Warrior: Where philosophy and reality collide.

Ethics and integrity are at the core of sustainable long term success, says Richard Rudden, managing partner at Target Rock Advisors in New York State. Without them, no strategy can work and, as Enron has demonstrated, enterprises will fail

Ethics and integrity are at the core of sustainable long term success, says Richard Rudden, managing partner at Target Rock Advisors in New York State. Without them, no strategy can work and, as Enron has demonstrated, enterprises will fail. That’s despite having some of the ‘smartest’ guys in the room. Most individuals are raised with a sense of ethics that begin in their families - values that have been driven home through their schools and religious institutions. Honesty" and "decency" have typically been applied in interpersonal communications.

In discussions of social work ethics, the term ‘values’ is generally used to refer . Statements of ethical principles and. codes of ethics for social work contain both these types of principle, as can be seen

In discussions of social work ethics, the term ‘values’ is generally used to refer to. ethical values – that is, particular types of beliefs about what is regarded as worthy. or valuable for human welfare. matters such as what counts as the good life, right and wrong conduct and good and. 7. bad qualities of character. codes of ethics for social work contain both these types of principle, as can be seen. in the international statement of ethical principles for social work (IFSW and IASSW, 2004). Arguably some of the more challenging ethical dilemmas in social work lie in. 8.

Best books on ethics and moral philosophy recommended by eminent philosophers. Religion is often presented as the guardian of moral values

Best books on ethics and moral philosophy recommended by eminent philosophers. Everything from Aristotle's ethics to the ethics of AI covered. Alex Carlile talks about ethics in public life and A C Grayling discusses being good in the modern world. Peter Berkovitz talks about liberty and morality. Religion is often presented as the guardian of moral values. The problem with this, says the author and broadcaster, is that it diminishes what it means to be human. He picks the best books on morality without God.

Jack Hoban was shaped by service in the U.S. Marine Corps, a life-changing epiphany at a Cold War bar, and mentorship under two masters: The 34th generation grandmaster of the shadowy art of the Ninja and a sage of the Natural Law who may just have deciphered the meaning of life. He now delivers a revolutionary view of moral values for our time epitomized by the Ethical Warrior – protector of self and others as equal human beings. Hoban’s methodology reaches from the Greek ancients to the counterinsurgency efforts of today’s Marines to provide ethical clarity and confidence in our moral actions. What people are saying about the Ethical Warrior Training: "I recently listened to Jack Hoban's talk about the "Ethical Warrior/Protector" for one hour and 15 minutes. I honestly learned more about values, morals and ethics and their application, especially to law enforcement, in that 75 minutes than in my entire almost two decades of study. I highly recommend that all true leaders invest time in learning more about what Mr. Hoban has to say." - Robert C. (Bob) Willis, Police Officer Survival Instructor "I came into this course thinking I would leave with the tools to become a better, more tactically sound, law enforcement professional. And while it is true that I am leaving more knowledgeable and better prepared to handle my day to day responsibilities, I'm also leaving a better person." - Michelle Irizarry, NYPD "Life changing." - U.S. Marine Martial Arts Instructor Trainer "I had a life-changing experience at the RGI seminar." - Police Officer "It was a life-changing course." - Park Ranger "A course which was initially approached with a little skepticism turned into arguably one of the best motivational seminars I have ever attended. Ethical training plus conflict resolution has a place not only in military and law enforcement but everyday life." – Brian McPherson, New Jersey State Police "Amazing ethical insight; solidified my reason for joining the service as a protector." - Sheriff Officer "Being able to work with a group of adult men around issues like honor and courage is not something to which I can often avail myself." - Dr. John Kahler, M.D., HAITI MPHISE "Prepares you to be a better person, leader and protector. The knowledge, experience and professionalism of the staff is unmatched." – Robert Monday, USMC officer "I usually dread having to go to training. But from the first session I could tell that this was going to be different. Taught valuable lessons that not only apply to my profession, but to my personal and family life." - Steve Moraguan, Park Ranger The RGI staff consists of a cadre of seasoned professionals who have seen their fair share of conflict. Their combination of experience, skill, wisdom, and character enable them to impart this critical information with credibility and clarity." - Hal W., Federal Law Enforcement Instructor; Major, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Written as a companion to the actual training, The Ethical Warrior is of great value to those interested in living a balanced, happy and ethical life. It addresses important questions such as: Is there a “true north” on the moral compass? Is there an objective value that can be used to qualify our relative values as moral or immoral? How do we reject our tendency to dehumanize others not of our “in-group”– including our enemies – and respect true human equality? How do we do “the right thing” under the stresses of everyday life?

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The core of this book is an incredibly interesting and refreshing genuine world view; Here is someone who celebrates living authentically and heroically without the cynicism that pervades the modern world. Mr. Hoban has made an attempt to construct something meaningful, and I think that a lot of meaning can be found in this book.

But there are some problems. The book is incredibly repetitive , which the author acknowledges, and poorly organized. For instance, part two consists solely of a single chapter with approximately 2.5 times the length of a single chapter. Each chapter feels like a stand-alone independent reiteration of the same content of every other chapter - it is a testament to the interesting life of the author that he manages to make this enjoyable through his anecdotes. The book is at times surprisingly tone def - Mr. Hoban alternates between incredible humility - deferring all credit to his mentors, and admission of his own personal failures, to self indulgent blustering through conspiratorial thinking with claims of how the establishment has sabotaged the adoption of his ideas, claims that compare his mentor to Jesus ("he often reminded me that people did kill socrates, and also jesus christ ... "), and even a quote that he endorses suggesting that he should consider himself at risk from alqueda given the potential of his ideas for military success. The least palatable parts of the book are his constant attacks on academia. He claims that educated Americans are to blame for harming America, and consistently suggests that 'the ivory tower' cannot understand his 'theories', while unironically teaching their universality and intuitive nature. He also oddly strawmans or misunderstands the ideas of others to claim the superiority of his mentor: For instance, claiming empiricism demands a 'blank slate' human nature which is incompatible with his ideas - when oddly enough, empiricism is an epistemology rather than a theory of human nature.

That said, these problems are all things that can be looked pass. The book is inspiring and incredibly motivational. In an age deprived of unironic genuine, authentic content Jack Hoban has something to say worth hearing. The book contains gems like his warriors creed (which may or may not have saved a marriage in south America), and incredibly interesting anecdotes from his life including training with Hatsumi. The core of the book, the idea of an objective morality based on mutual understanding of the intrinsic value of life is an incredibly fascinating and pragmatic idea. Hoban lists very clear ideas about conflict resolution and evil given this framework, and this seems to be a very practical and valuable decision making framework. His ideas , presented as asides that the most capable humans available in the situation will step up to defend others is also an idea of human nature that I find inspiring and that squares with my anecdotal personal experience. His ideas about PTSD are worth investigating. And his cautions not to neglect the physicality of morality are explained and insightful. Its hard, given the 'radical indifference' of the universe to Human life as intrinsically meaningful 'objectively', but easy to take the idea of the 'dual life value' as apart of the collective human unconscious, and valuable to other humans intrinsically.

I wonder if they ethic presented in this book is suitable for a Soldier. The Ethical Warrior cautions to kill to protect life. But, a Soldier frequently must agress and take life to complete an objective presented top down. The objectives presented to a solider which a solider must live and die on may not translate as Hoban suggests to protecting life. He mentions this as soliders must complete the mission while minimizing life loss, but perhaps in some cases, not preforming the mission would result in most life protected. What is the soldier to do when tasked with an objective at a macro scale that is opposed to protecting life? This work focuses on the micro: the mission must be done, and given that constraint, soldiers protect each other and the enemy where possible to minimize life loss, but what if a war were to be conducted against an enemy that was moral? The book fundamentally urges against this , urging a kind of pacifism where 'relative values' conflict. This seems at odds with the reality of a soldiers life. Despite this, I think the ethic the book presents is compelling for a civilian as a civilian.
Gralmeena
I enjoyed the Ethical Warrior. The book makes the case it intends clearly and concisely. It creates a compelling logic train regarding the difference between "the life value" and all other values (relative). It also provides a good number of examples about how one might implement some of this philosophy in their life. As someone that has always felt I knew the difference between right and wrong, I felt like it actually enlightened me a little bit.
If I had to pick something to critique, it would be that a few of the points were repeated a couple times. However, this was done in different contexts and obviously reinforces the key points.
I have already recommended the book to some friends and would recommend it to anyone reading the review.
Zan
I found this book too much tied up with fighting and warfare. The upshot of the book was having the right attitude and understanding that all people have a value which I agree with. I found it a little repetitive, but interesting.
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The Ethical Warrior book is required reading for all my students here at Liahona Warrior Arts International. Teaching martial arts comes with responsibilitys many often overlook. Values, Morals and Ethics are the most often overlooked portion of combative skills.
I Highly recomend this book. I conduct a Ethical Warrior seminar every 6 months for both old and new students. We read the important components concerning martial arts and discuss the morals and responsibiltys within learning to be compasionate and sowing humillity ,rather than learning to fight ,harm and become a Bully......
One of the best books I have on my shelf........
Sincerly,
Rocky Twitchell - Liahona Warrior Arts International
ladushka
Jack Hoban has written a practical application book which will help us all make better decisions when faced with tough choices. Whether in a business, family, church or community setting; we all face times when we wonder "what is the right course of action for me to take?" His book leads from understanding the philosophy behind what he calls "The Dual Life Value" to specific ways we can find "The Ethical Warrior" inside us all. His bully example, in a school setting, provides one of many great clarifications throughout the book of how we might best respond in a way that we feel good about ourselves.

"You see the bully picking on another kid. You feel-in your gut-this is wrong. Congratulations, you are moral. By the way, most people are moral - they know the difference between right & wrong, and prefer the right.
Now... You see the bully picking on the other kid. You overcome the "freeze", you overcome the embarrassment, and you go and tell a teacher. Congratulations! You are ethical. Ethics are moral values in action.
Now... You see the bully picking on the other kid. You overcome the "freeze", you overcome the fear, and you go to the aid of the kid being bullied. You put yourself at risk. Congratulations! You have the makings of an Ethical Warrior."
Mustard Forgotten
Phenomenal read! Many books on Self Defense and Warroirship do not address this side of the issue. There is no one who cannot benefit from reading this!
Molace
Every once in a while a book comes along that changes your life. The perspective shared in this book about the ethical ways of a warrior are to be adopted by anyone to lead an authentic life. Now out of print Ninpo Hobans first book was a rare find but this book remains on my shelf to share Hobans thoughts with leaders of today.
This book is amazing. The author is exceptionally knowledgeable and has true integrity. The information you will read can help with life challenges that we all encounter.

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