This particular short analysis and criticism, which is part of our Continuing Education Series, hopes to provide readers with one student’s interpretation of the mystical or non-rational aspects contained in Zen in the Art of Archery.
This paper is interesting not only for its content, but also for the fact that the author actually included comments on the paper made by the professor teaching the class for which the paper was written. While the professor found the analysis “intelligent and clear commentary,” he/she does point out further details on schools of Zen and suggested readings to further inform the student’s opinion regarding Eugen Herrigel’s work.
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