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Kodeks samuraja by Inazo Nitobe. Paperbackpages. Published by Planetopija first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bushidoplease sign up. Does anyone know the current reputation of the author Inazo Nitobe Am among literary Japanese? Cliff “It is commonly suggested that Nitobe Inazo formulated and popularized an idealized version of this martial ethic, which was appropriated and adapted …more “It is commonly suggested that Nitobe Inazo formulated and popularized an kode,s version of this martial ethic, which was appropriated and adapted by the Meiji, Taishoand early Showa governments as a ruling ideology that redirected loyalty from feudal lords to the emperor.
This simplistic account of the development of bushido is problematic, kideks, and relies on pre-war theories that conflated diverse historical periods and ideologies to provide legitimacy for the modern imperial state and nation.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. 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 kdeks 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 image.
Second, Nitobe’s sourc There are several koseks why I didn’t really like this book. Second, 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 convincing.
Third, 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 more than half of his references are western, it underscores the weakness of his Japanese sources. If 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.
Got within 20 pages of the end and had to put it down when the author revealed his feudalistic attitudes toward women. Yes this was written over a century ago – but he had contemporaries that revealed much more about culture with clearer writing and fewer prejudices. Ahora me parece absurdo lo serviles que eran.
I’m done with it. Who knew it would talk me this long to finish it! The way the author compares between the knights and the samurai buehido also I mean I know it was written in a way to appeal to the western audience but sadly it felt like such a Finally! I mean I know it was written in a way to appeal to the western audience but sadly it felt like such a waste. Each chapter talked about an aspect of the samurai life, there were all tolerable until the one on female’s I wish there were better books about the samurai!
Bushido: Kodeks samuraja by Inazo Nitobe (1 star ratings)
I could not get through more than 50 percent of this book. Waste of 2 hours. I read this in order to give a talk on Nitobe as an “internationalist. It is, in short, a culturalist and ideological text that must be taken with the enormous grain of salt. Surely no one will read this to understand “the soul of Japan,” wha I read this in order to give a talk on Nitobe as an “internationalist.
Surely no one will read this to kkodeks “the soul of Japan,” whatever that may be. This book was written inand it has to be one of the worst koceks on Bushido I have ever read. It reads more like a Christian tract than a book about the samurai. The author spends far more time quoting Christian Scriptures and maxims then he does actually telling you anything useful about Bushido. You will gain some knowledge about the philosophy of the samurai by reading this, but sadly, it’s not enough to make the book worth while.
Bushido: Kodeks samuraja
There are much better books on the subject than this one This book was written inand it has to be one of the worst books on Bushido I have ever read. There are much better books on the subject than this one. Ein Buch bei dem man das Alter sehr deutlich merkt. Magro kode,s it did not like it Mar 12, Amy rated it did not like it Feb 09, David Lee rated it did not like it Apr 12, Jared rated it did not like it Jun 29, Michelle Bishop-lopez rated it did not like it Apr 03, Ming SO rated it did not kode,s it Dec 03, Matt rated it did not like it May 11, Sumit Chowdhury rated it did busjido like it Dec 19, Michal rated it did not like it Mar 29, Michal rated it did not like it Feb 25, Katrina rated it did not like it Jul 14, Frenchtoast rated it did not like it Oct 01, Amina Ch rated it did not like it Jan 10, Ric Morand rated it did not like it Mar 13, Will Mego rated it did not like it Dec 02, Kristoffer rated it did not like it Dec 30, Vjurick rated it did not like it Mar 08, ShoGaNai James rated it did not like it Nov 04, An Chung rated it did not like it Oct 26, Tommy rated it did not like it Jul 28, With an introduction by William Elliot Griffis.
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Tokyo, Mazuren company, Ltd. The Japanese nation, its land, its people, and its life, with special consideration to its relations with the United States.
Scholarly Resources [reprint ] Western influences in modern Japan; a series of papers on cultural relations, by Inazo Nitobe and others. Use and study of foreign languages in Japan. Geneva League of Nations. The University of Chicago Press, Books by Inazo Nitobe. In the heat of battle he remains cool; in the midst of catastrophes he keeps level his mind.
Earthquakes do not shake him, he laughs at storms. We admire him as truly great, who, in the menacing presence of danger or death, retains his self-possession; who, for instance, can compose a poem under impending peril or hum a strain in the face of death. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The Soul of Japan – Inazo Nitobe.