Hi everybody!

What does "jungle fighter" mean in the context below.

A morally mature person is able to and will develop good habits, commonly called virtues. As Solomon puts it, "the ultimate aim of the Aristotelian approach to business is to cultivate whole human beings, not jungle fighters, efficiency automatons, or 'good soldiers.' "

Is it the same as street fighter?

Thanks in advance
Here, 'jungle fighter' means aggressive, savvy, unprincipled business people-- yes, about the same as 'street fighter'.

It doesn't seem like a very precise thing to say. I'd interpret it to mean 'someone who fights in a primitive and ferocious way, like an animal'.

Best wishes, Clive