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By archery in the traditional sense which he esteems as an art and honours as a national heritage the japanese does not understand a sport but strange as this may sound at first a religious ritual. This is a beautiful older book written in the 1950s about a scholars experience learning archery from a zen master it is a beautifully written book and documents the scholars growing understanding of a philosophy that can not be taught in words but only through experience i am a beginning archer and i found the book very beautiful. The title zen in the art of archery most likely inspired the titles of many other works either directly or indirectly foremost among these is robert pirsig s 1974 book zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance . Read this book on questia zen in the art of archery by eugen herrigel 1953 online research library questia read the full text online edition of zen in the art of archery 1953. A classic work on eastern philosophy zen in the art of archery is a charming and deeply illuminating story of one mans experience with zen eugen herrigel a german professor of philosophy in tokyo took up the study of archery as a step toward an understanding of zen buddhism
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