Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

Average vote of 4202
| 46 total contributions of which 23 reviews , 23 quotes , 0 images , 0 notes , 0 video
This lyrical, evocative, thought-provoking journal of a man's quest for truth -- and for himself -- has touched and changed an entire generation. At its heart, the story is all too simple: a man and his son take a lengthy motorcycle trip through Ame ...Continua
Stefano...
Ha scritto il 04/07/14
insondabile
Diamine! è stato come scalare una montagna, leggere questo libro. sicuramente ci sono cose interessanti, c'è il viaggio come riscoperta interiore, ma un viaggio senza sosta, senza guardare i posti dove si passa, senza soffermarsi su nulla, senza capi...Continua
gedeoskij
Ha scritto il 07/12/13

Interesting. Sometimes a bit difficult to follow.

Maribel  Uveeme
Ha scritto il 22/07/12
Superb
I've been reading lots of reviews of this book, before, while and after reading it myself. And whereas most of them seem to have read a boring and dense nonsensical stuff, I have another story to tell. Recommended by a friend of mine who likes to re...Continua
Carlo Amoretti
Ha scritto il 25/12/11

I read it because it is a famous book and I was curious. In parts it's boring in others it flows very well. A mixed balance I guess, overall not bad but I wouldn't read it again

Tchitcherine111
Ha scritto il 17/12/11

This is also one of my all time favorites.


Ashwin Nanjappa
Ha scritto il Jun 25, 2007, 01:59
Euclid's horizon straight line.
Pag. 378
Ashwin Nanjappa
Ha scritto il Jun 25, 2007, 01:58
Mythos-over-logos argument.
Pag. 349
Ashwin Nanjappa
Ha scritto il Jun 25, 2007, 01:58
Japanese "mu" -- neither yes nor no.
Pag. 320
Ashwin Nanjappa
Ha scritto il Jun 25, 2007, 01:58
The trap consists of a hollowed-out coconut chained to a stake. The coconut has some rice inside which can be grabbed through a small hole. The hole is big enough so that the monkey's hand can go in, but too small for his fist with rice in it to come...Continua
Pag. 312
Ashwin Nanjappa
Ha scritto il Jun 25, 2007, 01:58
In his Foundations of Science Poincaré explained that the antecedents of the crisis in the foundations of science were very old. It had long been sought in vain, he said, to demonstrate the axiom known as Euclid's fifth postulate and this search was
Pag. 261

- TIPS -
Nessun elemento trovato
Aggiungi per primo una immagine!

- TIPS -
Nessun elemento trovato
Aggiungi per primo una nota!

- TIPS -
Nessun elemento trovato
Aggiungi per primo un video!

Lorem Ipsum Color sit Amet
di Nome Autore
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur Suspendisse varius consequat feugiat.
Scheda libro
Aggiungi