Although it was regarded as one of the „worst“ movies of Woody Allen at its time, it is probably one of its best, if not the best. If one carefully watches it, it is truly existential and maybe the most personal movie ever made.
"Because you are firmly believing scientific truth, and you are caught by scientific way of life, you have no idea of what is true mind. You are always watching the shadow of the mind, chasing after the shadow of the mind. Philosophical interpretation or psychological interpretation of your mind is just a shadow of the mind, and you are firmly believe in it." Shunryu Suzuki
The thief left it behind:
at my window.
The Meeting of East and West: An Inquiry Concerning World Understanding, New York: The Macmillan Company, 1946. Reprinted in 1979, Ox Bow Press.
"This is one of those truly great books that slaps your mind awake, offering you a completely new world view and interpretation of intellectual history."