By Laurence Coupe
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He makes this clear in the following statement on the ideological alternatives available in the late 1960s: Coupe 00 22/3/07 20 01:04 Page 20 Beat sound, Beat vision If the counterculture movement was the exoticisation of the West by means of incense-burning easternisation, the threat to global capitalist power came in those days from the antiimperialist struggle also most effectively articulated by Maoists in the East (and Black Panthers wielding little red books in East Compton). 20 Though he admits that the latter movements ‘did not succeed in precipitating revolutions in the West’, he nonetheless makes it clear that he regards them as having the advantage of political clarity and commitment.
79) Of course, in making this statement, he runs the risk of appearing to identify with the spirit of ‘beat’ Zen – which the original essay queries as much as it does that of ‘square’ Zen. ) There again, the premiss of the essay is that Zen is so beautifully simple that it is bound to invite competing interpretations. On the one hand, there will be those who yearn for the strict ritual and rules of formal Japanese Zen. On the other hand, there will be those who cannot believe their luck, as the Zen ideal of spontaneity seems to offer them an excuse for avoiding all restraints.
On the one hand, there will be those who yearn for the strict ritual and rules of formal Japanese Zen. On the other hand, there will be those who cannot believe their luck, as the Zen ideal of spontaneity seems to offer them an excuse for avoiding all restraints. He invokes the earlier Chinese form of Zen to make his point, emphasising that its naturalness should not be confused with irresponsibility: How remote from the regimen of the Japanese Zen monastery are the words of the great T’ang master Lin-chi: In Buddhism there is no place for using effort.
Beat Sound, Beat Vision: The Beat Spirit and Popular Song by Laurence Coupe