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The author and editorial team behind the book "An Introduction to the Art and Science of Chinese Tea Ceremony" (teatechnique.org) discuss and debate each weeks publication.

Editorial Conversation: Book 1 - Chapter 4, Section 2: Top Down

Editorial Conversation: Book 1 - Chapter 4, Section 2: Top Down
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The show is also available on YouTube and Spotify. Errata 2:47 - Jason is mispronouncing Takeno Jōō (武野 紹鴎, 1502–1555) and Sen no Rikyū (千利休, 1522 – April 21, 1591). 22:20 - Ryan says "the Japanese" referring to "the Japanese tea ceremony" or Chanoyu.

Jason M Cohen
Jason M Cohen
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Editorial Conversations: Book 1 - Chapter 4, Section 1: How do other Praxes Progress their Techne

Editorial Conversations: Book 1 - Chapter 4, Section 1: How do other Praxes Progress their Techne
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The show is also available on YouTube and Spotify. Errata 4:59 - Ryan is referencing the Chado Urasenke Tankokai Philadelphia Association (https://phillytea.org/) and Willi Singleton (https://www.willisingleton.com/). 14:09 - The san-senke schools have not splintered, Ryan is referencing the existence of other schools of

Jason M Cohen
Jason M Cohen
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Editorial Conversations: Book 1 - Chapter 4: The Future of Chinese Tea Ceremony

Editorial Conversations: Book 1 - Chapter 4: The Future of Chinese Tea Ceremony
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Where is Gongfu Cha going? It is inarguably a dying art; while tea is resurgently popular, tea ceremony is a niche praxis practiced by few, mastered by fewer, and insufficiently culturally-prevalent to support the related arts necessary for its progression.

Jason M Cohen
Jason M Cohen
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Editorial Conversation: Book 1 - Chapter 1, Section 1: Levels in Practice

Editorial Conversation: Book 1 - Chapter 1, Section 1: Levels in Practice
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Serendipity, experimentation, and chance cannot be ignored as a function of the development of practice; individuals do not inhabit a single level at a time – the borders and boundaries are fuzzy, and the education of a practitioner non-linear.

Jason M Cohen
Jason M Cohen
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Editorial Conversation: Book 1 - Chapter 3: Use, Disuse, and the Experience of Meaning

Editorial Conversation: Book 1 - Chapter 3: Use, Disuse, and the Experience of Meaning
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A concerto can exist on a page or it can exist on the stage. The existence of a work is not sufficient for the judgment of its beauty; should you be unable to read sheet music, the notes will fail to sound; it takes an orchestra to raise a concerto for the appreciation of its beauty.

Jason M Cohen
Jason M Cohen
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Editorial Conversation: Book 1 - Chapter 1: Levels of Practice

Editorial Conversation: Book 1 - Chapter 1: Levels of Practice
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This editorial conversation discusses Levels of Practice. Our discussion centers on the understanding of the Utilitarian, Structural-Functionalist, Phenomenological levels of practice as applied to Chinese Tea Ceremony.

Jason M Cohen
Jason M Cohen
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