Tao Te Ching (Gia-Fu Feng)Lao Tzu Gia-Fu Feng, Jane English
The essence of Taoism is contained in the eighty-one chapters of the book – roughly 5,000 words – which have for 2,500 years provided one of the major underlying influences in Chinese thought and culture, emerging also in proverbs and folklore. Whereas Confucianism is concerned with day-to-day rules of conduct, Taoism is concerned with a more spiritual level of being.
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|genre||Spirituality » Taoism|
|publish date||Jul 27, 2004|
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