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Foreword Acknowledgments 1 Why Warriors Need a Code 2 The Homeric Hero: A Hector Who Wins? 3 The Two Faces of Rome 4 Vikings: Vengeance, Valkyries, and Valhalla 5 Never to do outrageousity nor Murder... : The Code of the Warrior in the World of Mallory's Morte d'Arthur 6 Indigenous Americans: Warriors of the Sacred Plains 7 Chinese Warrior Monks: The Martial Artists of Shaolin 8 The Soul of the Samurai: Duty, Devotion, and Death 9 Revelation and the Rules of Engagement: Sultan Saladin and the Warriors of Islam 10 The Warrior's Code Today: Do We Need New Ethics of War? Index About the Author
Shannon E. French is the Inamori Professor of Ethics, Director of the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence, and a tenured member of the Philosophy Department at Case Western Reserve University.