Bushido: The Soul Of Japan

by Inazo Nitobe

Bushido: The Soul Of Japan

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This is an account of the significance of martial codes on Japanese life and thought. The author explains the persistence of the ethics of feudal Japan into the modern era, with the aim of eludicating the Japanese mind, the group ethos and the martial spirit. This was the first treatise in English on Japanese ethics. It was first published in 1900. It proved to be popular, and this tenth, revised and enlarged edition was published in 1905.
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This is an account of the significance of martial codes on Japanese life and thought. The author explains the persistence of the ethics of feudal Japan into the modern era, with the aim of eludicating the Japanese mind, the group ethos and the martial spirit. This was the first treatise in English on Japanese ethics. It was first published in 1900. It proved to be popular, and this tenth, revised and enlarged edition was published in 1905.

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