Well looky here.
Zen in the Art of Archery
Written by a German philosopher, Eugene Herrigel, who studied with kyudo master Awa Kenzo in Tokyo in the 1920's and came away with a hodge-podge of Buddhisms that inspired the most widely read philosophy book ever
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenence
which I was reminded of when I watched the little philosophy anime series
And now I want to go out for bubble tea with Ryuuken to talk about how the seele schneider is not the seele schneider but the act of seele shneidering and how there is no such person as a fangurl but only the fangurling as it occurs outside of time and space.
No offense meant to Buddhists. I don't know Buddhism. The philosophy husband doesn't either.