Bushido: the Samurai code of Japan
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**Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) Winner**Bushido: The Samurai Code of Japan is the most influential book ever written on the Japanese "Way of the Warrior." A classic study of Japanese culture, the book outlines the moral code of the Samurai way of living and the virtues every Samurai warrior holds dear. It is widely read today in Japan and around the world. There are seven core precepts of Bushido:
- Rectitude: "The power of deciding upon a certain course of conduct in accordance with reason, without wavering."
- Courage: "Doing what is right."
- Benevolence: "Love, magnanimity, affection for others, sympathy and pity."
- Civility: "Courtesy and urbanity of manners."
- Sincerity: "The end and the beginning of all things."
- Honor: "A vivid conscious of personal dignity and worth."
- Loyalty: "Homage and fealty to a superior."
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|Grouping Title||bushido the samurai code of japan|
|Grouping Author||inazo nitobe|
|Grouping Language||English (eng)|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-11-26 22:00:01PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-11-27 05:12:58AM|
|Novelist Primary ISBN||none|
|author||Nitobe, Inazō, 1862-1933,|
|author2-role||Bennett, Alexander,writer of supplementary textual content.|
|available_at_addison||Addison Public Library|
|detailed_location_addison||2nd Floor- Adult Books|
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|display_description||Bushido: the samurai code of Japan is one of the most influential books ever written on "the way of the warrior." A classic study of Japanese culture, the book outlines the moral code of the samurai way of living and the virtues every warrior holds dear. In Bushido, Nitobe points out similarities between Western and Japanese history and culture. He argues that "no matter how different any two cultures may appear to be on the surface, they are still created by human beings, and as such have deep similarities." Nitobe believed that connecting Bushido with greater teachings could make an important contribution to all humanity, that the way of the samurai is not something peculiarly Japanese, but of value to the entire human race.|
|owning_library_addison||Addison Public Library|
|owning_location_addison||Addison Public Library|
Conduct of life
Samurai -- Conduct of life
|title_display||Bushido : the samurai code of Japan|
|title_full||Bushido : the Samurai code of Japan [electronic resource] / Inazō Nitobe|
Bushido : the samurai code of Japan / Inazo Nitobe ; with an extensive introduction and notes by Alexander Bennett
|title_sub||the Samurai code of Japan|
Conduct of life