Meditations on Hunting

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Wilderness Adventures Press, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 140 pages
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Meditations on Hunting is the most quoted book in sporting literature. It's the finest work on the essence and ethics of hunting. Today when both hunting and fishing are often condemned, Meditations takes on an even greater significance. Ortega points out that life is a dynamic interchange between man and his surroundings, that hunting is part of man's very nature, that hunting is a universal and impassioned is the purest form of human happiness. The essence of hunting or fishing involves a complete code of ethics of the most distinguished design. The sportsman who accepts the sporting code of ethics keeps his commandments in the greatest solitude with no witnesses or audience other than the sharp peaks of the mountain, the stern oak, and the passing animal. Datus Proper, author of the acclaimed What the trout Said and Pheasants of the Mind wrote the special introduction.

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