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"To obtain enlightenment in martial art means the extinction of everything which obscures the 'true knowledge', the 'real life.' At the same time, it implies boundless expansion and, indeed, emphasis should fall not on the cultivation of the particular department which emerges into the totality, but rather on the totality that enters and unites that particular department." Introduction, p. 7

"Jeet Kune Do favors formlessness so that it can assume all forms and since Jeet Kune Do has no style, it can fit in with all styles. As a result, Jeet Kune Do utilizes all ways and is bound by none and, likewise, uses any techniques or means which serve its end." Introduction, p. 12

"To become different from what we are, we must have some awareness of what we are." Preliminaries, p. 26

"The primary purpose of JKD is kicking, hitting and applying bodily force. Therefore, the use of the...

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