Book Review: The Way of Men by Jack Donovan

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Throughout the years, how many flawed and flawed individuals have assisted me? How many philosophers from Greece and Rome do I reference? In the end, I don’t intertwine my thoughts about the author with every sentence; I read the book with an open mind, simply trying to accept it for what it was. With that being my perspective and acknowledging that, I have previously written about my belief that homosexuality hinders a man’s capacity to embody masculinity.

In my opinion, the outcome is that Donovan has authored an excellent book about certain fundamental aspects of masculinity.

The Way of Men Book Review

The fan who hit the shit should own up to his actions and handle the consequences like a responsible guy. If we still need to know this, we could benefit from understanding how men view and respect each other in modern society, gaining insight into their perspectives on ease, peace, and societal norms. Although Donovan may believe that there are more good points in other books than in the one about being a better father or maintaining a strong marriage, it is not necessarily true. The book may not provide guidance on how to keep a successful career, but I believe it could still help. Understanding the innate, core, and primal characteristics of manliness is essential to focus on in order to be esteemed by other men throughout the ages. It may be helpful to know what The Men’s Way is before diving into any other expectations left for us.

The Way of Men is The Gang

The group that you stand with as a man depends on the following virtues. Indians and chiefs will be established and a hierarchical social order will naturally develop. It is easy enough to associate with men that you can do things together and frequently. If there is an absolute truth that describes Donovan as a man in Gang The, it feels like we need other men in our lives. It is a truth that has been lost in men’s society.

Strength, Courage, Mastery, & Honor: The Virtues of Men

“Strength, courage, mastery, and honor are the Alpha Virtues of men all over the world. They are the fundamental virtues of men, because without them no other higher virtues can be entertained. You need to be alive to philosophize.” – Jack Donovan, The Way of Men

Donovan does a great job of living by the virtues which are considered good for men and judged by other men’s thoughts and judgments about women in the survival scenario of us-vs.-Them. Keep in mind that his line of thought comes from the fact that if a man is weak against his own manhood and only hopes to do well in other virtues, but continues to woo his namesake, he will only be able to carry baskets and bear children if she can lift heavy things and line up plenty of men to help. It’s a weak strike against his manhood, but if a woman can lift a great ox, she can do well in other virtues and continue to be his namesake. While women can be strong, they are not judged by the same strength as men.

If you are feeling conscientious and alone here, you are not supposed to talk more about any of these things. This book is a lot like these men’s work at their core, whether it is the Navy SEALs or a terrorist group like the Nazis. The way men fall into and play out these particular moral and ethical beliefs, and how it is based on their beliefs about how social order should be, is simply the result of evolution or hard-wiring. But Donovan’s point is precisely that this is not just another book about men.

Mastery

One’s honor or manliness is given accordingly, based on the contribution to the gang and the mastery of a specific skill, depending on the circumstances. Perhaps this could be fixing a radio or engaging in a fight. Donovan simply sees this as the means of mastering a particular skill that is useful to the gang of men. I would not consider this to be a virtue.

Honor

“Honor is a concern for one’s reputation for strength, courage, and mastery within the context of an honor group, comprised primarily of other men.” – Jack Donovan, The Way of Men

Without a doubt, Chapter 9 in The Way of Men is one of the best chapters in the book. There are a number of things in this chapter that I would add or disagree with. The subject is so broad and it is difficult to boil it down to just a few quotes. I cannot do justice to the broad subject with quotes alone. Already, he has more than enough quotes in the above mentioned quote to demonstrate his thoughts flowing into the honor of effeminate men. This chapter was really well done.

“When men reject effeminate men, they are rejecting weakness, casting it out and cleansing themselves of its corrosive stigma.”

It is blatantly obvious that the concern with rejection is associated with four particularly important and masculine virtues. He continues to assert that it is not effeminacy but rather the issue of de-masculinity.

A Society of Losers

Donovan moves into some issues of men in our modern society, at least from the main viewpoint of embracing feminism and seeking to be gender-neutral. He talks about our constant attempts to get back to that gang and video games, through sports and climbing the corporate ladder, but also how unfulfilling it is. He finds it hilarious that men, who are part of what he calls the Noble Masturbation Society, are pathetic and uses strong words about porn.

Here is a particular quote which I think is great: Years ago, I would associate this with the generational and poor recipients of welfare, as well as the middle-class who now believe in it.

“If you want to create a society of listless anti-social losers, convince the majority of your men that they are already losing and no matter what they do they will never be able to win. What is the point trying if you know the game is rigged? For the satisfaction of knowing you are contributing to the greater good? That is just the kind of stupid thing an intellectual would say.”

Things I Take Issue With

In every chapter of the book, I have found that there is a lot of truth. However, I would probably disagree with adding more to it. So far, my review has been partly oriented towards praise.

The Evolution and Animal Comparison

Donovan often references how we, as humans, have evolved over the years through constant comparisons with chimpanzees, such as sparring with rival gangs and teaming up for survival. He believes that a morally void idea of manliness is very apparent when one thinks of “man” as a good individual who values honor, mastery, courage, strength, and Christian virtues. Ultimately, he thinks that we should strive towards this idea. Output.

Masculinity Cannot be Separated from Violence

“It is through violence that we ultimately compete for status and wield power over other men.” – Jack Donovan, The Way of Men

I am certain that Donovan, a Christian, is not actually saying in his book that animals of group A should be viewed as men, hailing back to his various ethics devoted to this issue. Ultimately, chimps are just smarter, but here again, the rub is that I have some concerns. Men in his group have wielded power over others, not through love, but through competition for status or violence. Throughout history, there have been hundreds of well-known men and countless unknown men who have been influenced by the care, compassion, and self-sacrifice of Christ, leading gangs and influencing others through their words, voice, and actions.

Final Thoughts

When men go to hell, the world goes to hell too. We are left with a very sad and raw view of masculinity and humanity — calling men to be the High Calling of men, to understand what it truly means to be a man and peel through the many layers of what a man really is. It’s not just a fresh take on what I normally hear, but it’s also a time to truly understand what it means to be a man. Donovan’s book on manliness was a fresh perspective for me, as I have read a number of Christian books and have a grounding in Christian morals. There are a number of true and thought-provoking statements in the book. It is very good, it truly captures what the Men of Way is all about.