#AmReading – The Protector Ethic by James V Morganelli

The Protector Ethic: Morality, Virtue, and Ethics in the Martial Way by James V Morganelli writes this very unique book on Martial Arts, personal responsibility, and philosophy. It was not your typical book on ethics or a ‘self-help’ guide. It is a thoughtful book on learning about yourself and going on a journey that will help grow you as a person, mentally and morally.

The book opens with a heartbreaking story of a robbery that soon turns to murder. Passengers on a train look on as the perpetrator attacks the victim and do nothing. Morganelli uses this as a backdrop to build a case for bringing morality back to our lives.

According to the book’s description,

Readers will:

  • Understand natural law, protective instinct, and self-risk.
  • Examine the martial way of valuing, reasoning, judging, and acting.
  • Discover how moral relativism, political correctness, and contrived social-justice campaigns do not make people equal. They can actually dehumanize us.
  • Recognize what it means to be an ethical warrior.

This is one of the most insightful books that I have read in a long time. Morganelli makes a clear case for what he is advocating, but not once do you feel that he’s being pushy, self-aggrandizing, or preachy. He addresses Martial Arts philosophy and how to apply the ways of the warrior to your own life in a practical way.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below and tell me about your thoughts. While you are at it, check out thoughts on the Dr. Strange sequel and my analysis on the recently announced season two of The Punisher. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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