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Tao Te Ching

Author : Ursula K. Le Guin
ISBN : 9781590307441
Genre : Philosophy
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Chinese classic by well known best selling author.

Lao Tsu Tao Te Ching

Author : Lao-tzu
ISBN : 1570623953
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Tao Te Ching

Author : Laozi
ISBN : 1853264717
Genre : Fiction
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Tao Te Ching, also commonly known as Lao Tzu, is one of the most important Chinese classics and has had great influence on Chinese thought. It is regarded as the bible of Taoism and is by far the most frequently translated Chinese classic, with over thirty translations into English alone.

Tao Te Ching

Author : Lao Tzu
ISBN : 9780486111841
Genre : Literary Collections
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An integral part of Chinese thought for more than 2,000 years, the Tao Te Ching teaches individual peace and harmony through meditation. One of the most influential books in history.

The Way And Its Power

Author : The Arthur Waley Estate
ISBN : 9781136577284
Genre : Literary Collections
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First published in 1934. Unlike previous translations, this translation of Lao Tzu's Tao Tê Ching is based not on the medieval commentaries but on a close study of the whole of early Chinese literature.

Tao Te Ching

Author : Laozi
ISBN : UOM:39015047068716
Genre : Philosophy
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A poetic version of this Taoist classic from a leading literary figure in world literature. Le Guin's version is informed by her sensitivity to feminist concerns and she aims to reveal the text's immediate relevance to today.

Tao Te Ching

Author : Laozi
ISBN : UOM:39015047068716
Genre : Philosophy
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A poetic version of this Taoist classic from a leading literary figure in world literature. Le Guin's version is informed by her sensitivity to feminist concerns and she aims to reveal the text's immediate relevance to today.

Tao Te Ching

Author : Lao Tzu
ISBN : 9780834827905
Genre : Religion
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Renowned translator William Scott Wilson has rendered Lao Tzu's classic in the most authentic way possible, using both the ancient text and the even older Great Seal script used during Lao Tzu's time. The result is a new and nuanced translation, accompanied by Chinese ink paintings and ancillary material. Wilson includes an introduction that tells the story of Lao Tzu, the "old man" and the "keeper of the archives," and notes to illuminate the text. He also includes two short essays—one explains the relationship between Taoism and Zen, and the other explores the roots that link the spiritual aspects of the Tao with the practice of Chinese and Japanese martial arts. Wilson's version of this ancient classic is wonderfully fresh and readable.

The Teachings Of Lao Tzu

Author : Laozi
ISBN : 0312261098
Genre : Religion
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An illustrated collection of the philosophical teachings of LaoTzu, the Tao-Te Ching, discusses the central Taoist idea of living in harmony with the universe.

Teaching The Daode Jing

Author : Gary Delaney DeAngelis
ISBN : 9780199715725
Genre : Religion
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The Daode Jing, a highly enigmatic work rooted in ancient Chinese cosmology, ontology, metaphysics, and moral thinking, is regularly offered to college and high-school students in religion, philosophy, history, literature, Asian studies, and humanities courses. As a result, an ever-expanding group of faculty with very different backgrounds and training routinely confront the question: "How should I teach the Daode Jing?" Written for non-specialists who may not have a background in ancient Chinese culture, the essays collected in this volume provide up-to-date information on contemporary scholarship and classroom strategies that have been successful in a variety of teaching environments. A classic text like the Daode Jing generates debate among scholars and teachers who ask questions like: Should we capitalize on popular interest in the Daode Jing in our classrooms? Which of the many translations and scholarly approaches ought we to use? Is it appropriate to think of the Daode Jing as a religious text at all? These and other controversies are addressed in this volume. Contributors are well-known scholars of Daoism, including Livia Kohn, Norman Girardot, Robert Henricks, Russell Kirkland, Hans-Georg Moeller, Hall Roth, and Michael LaFargue. In addition, there are essays by Eva Wong (Daoist practitioner), David Hall (philosophy), Gary DeAngelis (mysticism), and a jointly written essay on pedagogical strategies by Judith Berling, Geoffrey Foy, and John Thompson (Chinese religion).

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