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- DescriptionBruce Lee formulated a complex personal philosophy that extolled the virtues of knowledge and total mastery of one's self. This book reveals secrets as: seeing the totality of life and putting things into perspective; understanding the concept of Yin and Yang; and, defeating adversity by adapting to circumstances.
- Author BiographyJohn Little is uniquely suited to the task of relating the philosophy of Bruce Lee and his approach to life. Little has a degree in philosophy from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, is the author of two books on health and fitness (having spent over fifteen years as a writer for several fitness magazines), and is himself a student of Lee's art of jeet kune do. Selected by the Bruce Lee estate, Little is the only person who has ever been authorized to review the entirety of Lee's personal notes, sketches, and reading annotations and to edit books on the subject of Lee's martial art and its far-reaching philosophical underpinnings. Little's keen awareness of the subtleties of both Eastern and Western philosophy coupled with a respect for the preservation of the essence of Lee's words and meaning give this book an integrity that is all too rare.
- Author(s)John R. Little
- PublisherContemporary Books Inc
- Date of Publication22/04/1996
- GenreBiography: The Arts
- Series TitleNTC Sports/Fitness
- Place of PublicationChicago, IL
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintContemporary Books Inc
- Content Note30 b&w photographs
- Weight365 g
- Width177 mm
- Height228 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Foreword byLinda Lee Cadwell
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- psivanov31 May, 2017by
nice point of view
Great book, with great ideas, style of life etc.
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