Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book)


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  1. says: Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Read Bushido Shoshinshu

    Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) This is an enjoyable and enlightening read provided you don't go into it expecting it to be a detailed historical study of Bushido as we would expect to see today Written at the turn of the century Inazo Nitobe's book is very much a product of its time and tells the modern reader almost as much about the time in which it was written as it does of feudal JapanThe author writes well but this is of a misty eyed nostalgic pining for

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    Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) What an interesting little book As many of my Goodreads friends know I have a keen interest in Japan although I've never really read

  3. says: Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) Inazō Nitobe î 6 review

    Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) Nitobe specifically wrote this book in 1900 to comparatively explain bushido to an occidental audience He wrote it in English later translated into Japanese and he breaks down the tenets of bushido or the ways of the warrior bushi warrior and do way and placed them within the historical context of chivalry and knighthood Using analo

  4. says: Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe Read Bushido Shoshinshu

    Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Read Bushido Shoshinshu I recommend this book to all who want to understand the character of the Japanese people The author was the best known author in the west in his time He melds the phylosophies of the east with the phylosophies of the west going back to the Romans and the GreeksEnjoy and Be BlessedDiamond

  5. says: Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book)

    Read Bushido Shoshinshu Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) I wish all philosophy books were like this Engaging and beautifully written BUSHIDO is an insider's look into the foundational beliefs and customs of one of the most mysterious to Westerners cultures on the planet After reading this you'll definitely have a much better understanding and appreciation of many aspects of Japanese culture that initially come across as being either senseless or totally barbaric Nitobe does a fantast

  6. says: Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe

    Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe It was a very interesting book I really enjoyed exploring the samurai ways of living I highly recommend it

  7. says: Read Bushido Shoshinshu Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe

    Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) It's not often I read non fiction and this was undeniably dry; but I'm glad I stuck with it Being half Japanese and having studied Japanese language and literature having lived in Japan and with Japanese people I'

  8. says: Read Bushido Shoshinshu Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) Inazō Nitobe î 6 review

    Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) There are several reasons why I didn't really like this book First it feels very dated Nitobe often compares samurai to the knights of chivalry in a favorable light which may have appealed to westerners when this was published but really doesn't appeal to the modern reader which has a less romantic understanding of medieval life When I read these comparisons it brought up mostly negative images even though it was clear that the

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    Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Read Bushido Shoshinshu A book written by a Westernized Japanese scholarto answer Westerners' uestions about the Japanese mentality and Bushido So the book doesn't feel Japanese at all you will find historical comparisons between the Chivalry of Europe and the Bushido of Japan You will find many examples from the European and American

  10. says: Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book)

    Bushido Shoshinshu (E–book) When men's fowls and dogs are lost they know to seek for them again but they lose their mind and do not know to seek for itIf the author of this book on the way of the Samurai had stopped two thirds of the way through I would be writing a five star review The last third dealt with women and the future of the Japanese warrior The f

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  • 22 March 2020
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Read Bushido Shoshinshu Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe ??i hôm nay khi mà ngày nay từ mẫu giáo đến phổ thông không có môn học nào về thần đạo hay võ sĩ đạo Cuốn sách giúp bạn đọc có một cái nhìn khái uát về ý thức đạo đức và cách hành xử của người Nhật ngày xưa và ua đó hiểu được ý thức đạo đức và hành động của người Nhật ngày nay. There are several reasons why I didn t really like this book First it feels very dated Nitobe often compares samurai to the knights of chivalry in a favorable light which may have appealed to westerners when this was published but really doesn t appeal to the modern reader which has a less romantic understanding of medieval life When I read these comparisons it brought up mostly negative images even though it was clear that the author meant it to be a positive imageSecond Nitobe s sources are a bit suspect When citing Japanese sources he often cites literary legendary or semi historical examples He never once cites any documentary evidence or any testimony from any living samurais The feudal system was abolish only around 30 years before the publication of this book so numerous living sources were available at that time The legendary sources that he cites are exceptional not typical which is why they have come down to us as legend Creating a theory on how the typical samurai lived by citing exceptional sources is not convincingThird Nitobe s expertise in not in Japanese cultural studies but in western literature and philosophy This can be seen in his reliance on western sources to help explain his concept of samurai ethics Since than half of his references are western it underscores the weakness of his Japanese sourcesIf you want to learn about pre modern Japanese society and culture or about the samurai themselves there are other better researched sources I would advise you to give this one a pass

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Read Bushido Shoshinshu Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe Của Nhật Bản” người đọc sẽ thấy nguồn gốc hệ thống đạo đức “võ sĩ đạo” của nước Nhật biết được các yếu tố cấu thành nên hệ thống đạo đức ấy Nitobe Inazo cũng giúp độc giả hiểu bằng cách nào những ý thức đạo đức của người Nhật từ ngàn xưa vẫn được truyền lại t?. It was a very interesting book I really enjoyed exploring the samurai ways of living I highly recommend it

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Read Bushido Shoshinshu Inazō Nitobe î 6 review Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Inazō Nitobe Võ Sĩ Đạo Linh Hồn Của Nhật Bản là tác phẩm của Nitobe Inazo – nhà văn hóa tầm cỡ của Nhật Bản cuối thế kỷ XIX đầu thế kỷ XX Cuốn sách đã chỉ ra bề sâu của những nét tính cách tuyệt hảo trong uy phạm đạo đức của người Nhật là xuất phát từ võ sĩ đạoKhám phá “Võ sĩ đạo Linh hồn. What an interesting little book As many of my Goodreads friends know I have a keen interest in Japan although I ve never really read into its history or the philosophical foundations on which it developed at least to be what it was prior to significant Western influenceThe author makes a great point that now over 100 years since he wrote this that Bushido as a way of life passed through generations is long gone what with Japan as we all see it today being what it is but the soul of it still thrives in the people and culture Of course no where near as prominently as it once did but it is still thereI do not mean in only the martial arts and other cultural activities but in the fostering and development of Japanese people today Although as we are seeing on a global scale this is lessening as we are all with some exceptions but as a general rule converging towards similarity across the globe This is evident especially when you compare generations in the Japanese many of the elderly still have that fire and passion in them where now the youth are focused on trivial matters and pursuits with little to no interest in their own nation s heritage Of course Japan is rich in abundance with many uniue festivities and whatnot but a lot of people do these solely because it s always been done and even though many have religious connotations Japan is now one of the least religious nations in the worldOf course Bushido doesn t depend on religion but the fact it did spawn from it cannot be ignoredI d still say this book is of value even reading now and a lot of the psyche and practice comparisons throughout the book between the West and Japanese are relevant to this day There is a significant amount of referencing to scholarly works and philosophical texts both Eastern and Western throughout the book so readers from Shakespeare to Confucius may be interested in this man s explanations of such an important part of Japan s life