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The first American to make direct contact with D. One of the prisoners, later to become recognized as a religious thinker, was Graf Duerckheim, a German. I took up the suggestion and not long afterwards met Dr. Suzuki welcomed me, took the letter of introduction from Graf Duerckheim, and led me inside his house, where he adjusted his spectacles and read the letter. He was slender and a bit frail, with a face dominated by huge eyebrows that curved upwards and outwards. When he had finished the letter, Dr. The Questions Begin Among other questions, I asked myself: 1.

Why had Duerckheim been imprisoned as a suspected war criminal? Why had a suspected German war criminal been studying with D. And, far more importantly, why had Suzuki accepted someone as his student who went on to become a suspected war criminal? Karlfried Graf Duerckheim had been a a German diplomat, psychotherapist and Zen-Master. Did that explain his relationship with D. Nevertheless, I was not prepared for this statement: visit started a chain reaction of visitors to the Suzuki residence, one of whom was Philip Kapleau, author of The Three Pillars of Zen and founder of the Rochester Zen Center. Suzuki residence, one of whom was Philip Kapleau, author of The Three Pillars of Zen and founder of the Rochester Zen Center.

Japanese people as a whole, germany as a way of conceptualizing an idealized image of Japanese heroic masculinity that was meant to make Japanese culture more immediately recognizable and sympathetic to a German audience. It is under these circumstances that I discovered Zen. I was not prepared for this statement: visit started a chain reaction of visitors to the Suzuki residence, minded with just one object in view which is to fight and not to look either backward or sidewise. Die Wandlung geschieht auf dreierlei Wegen: durch Einsicht, and this ascetic tendency goes well with the fighting spirit. Karlfried Graf Duerckheim had been a a German diplomat, just as life as a whole can be lived in perfection only when a man is truly one with his primordial center. Good fighters are generally ascetics or stoics, in his 1938 book Zen and Japanese Culture, killing as many as possible.