The Method of Zen

By: Herrigel, Eugen; Tausend, Hermann (Editor); Hull, R.C.F. (Translator)

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1st printing. Pages toned. 1974 Mass Market Paperback. 125 pp. A precise description of the techniques used in Zen training. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Eugen Herrigel (20 March 1884 in Lichtenau, Baden-W├╝rttemberg - 18 April 1955 in Partenkirchen, Bavaria) was a German philosopher who taught philosophy at Tohoku Imperial University in Sendai, Japan, from 1924-1929 and introduced Zen to large parts of Europe through his writings. While living in Japan from 1924 to 1929, he studied kyudo, traditional Japanese archery, under Awa Kenz├┤ (1880-1939), a prominent master of the art, in the hope of furthering his understanding of Zen. In July 1929 he returned to Germany and was given a chair for philosophy at the University of Erlangen. - Wikipedia

Title: The Method of Zen

Author: Herrigel, Eugen; Tausend, Hermann (Editor); Hull, R.C.F. (Translator)

Categories: Religion, Philosophy, Buddhism, Eastern, Zen,

Edition: 1st Printing

Publisher: Vintage Books: 1974

ISBN Number: 0394712447

ISBN Number 13: 9780394712444

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 2277167

Keywords: ZEN ART SPIRITUALITY RELIGION EASTERN PHILOSOPHY CH'AN,