By Inazo Nitobe
There are 8 virtues of Bushido, the code of the samurai: justice, braveness, benevolence, politeness, sincerity, honor, loyalty, and self-discipline. those virtues contain the essence of jap cultural ideals, that are nonetheless current this present day.
Inazo Nitobe, certainly one of Japan's most useful students, explores the moral code of the samurai and contextualizes it inside of Japan's traditions of Buddhism, Shintoism, and Confucianism. He then compares and contrasts jap values with these found in Western societies. Written in English and primary released in 1905, this vintage creation to Japan's samurai tradition has been a best-seller for many years. Focus on Asian experiences says it's "a needs to for an figuring out of the soul of Japan."
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Bushido: The Spirit of the Samurai by Inazo Nitobe