Budo s premise is that the essence of ethics is conflict. This book presents as a model those whose vocation was conflict & its resolution -- the warrior class. Draws on the traditional codes & backgrounds of both European & Asian warriors -- knights & samurai -- & also examines the role of virtue in decision-making. Explores the notion of a bioenergetic dimension to ethics through the works of Jungian psychologist Wilhelm Reich, & through the study of Qigong, Chinese energy theory. A comprehensive examination of the decision-making processes one must undergo to achieve authentically ethical resolutions. Offers insight into the complicated & conscious action of ethical decision-making.
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The root of ethics involves conflict, and how it is resolved embraces ethical concerns. Katcher’s title examines the concepts of ethics, chivalry and the Samurai code, blending Eastern and Western philosophies as it considers ethical decision-making processes and advocates individual responses. Doctors, lawyers and managers are the targeted readers here, but the social implications of the philosophy and approach should not be overlooked. -- Midwest Book Review
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