Values, morals, and ethics for life, work and service
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. 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?
About the Author
Jack Hoban is President of Resolution Group International (RGI). He served as a U.S. Marine Corps officer and is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP). He has led over 500 workshops and seminars around the world on ethics, leadership and martial arts. He has addressed the FBI, numerous police departments, military units, universities, and other government and private organizations over the last two decades. His presentations are interactive, informative and entertaining. His business and military experiences, as well as an extensive 30-year background in martial arts, give him a unique and interesting perspective.