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The Daoism of Zhuan-zi By Peter M.K. Chan
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This ebook is an abridged and systematic reconstitution of what Zhuan-zi (ca.369-286 BC) had actually said regarding the Daoist philosophy of Nature and life. Readers will find that despite its many... More > tall tales and allegories, the Book of Zhuan-zi is actually philosophically sophisticated, rather than mythical and mysterious as usually understood. As Lao-zi before him, Zhuan-zi was also very critical of the moralism of Confucius and Moh-zi, as well as the system of government that was instituted by the ancient Sage-kings. A total of 48 pages with Chinese textual documentation, suitable for students of Chinese philosophy, culture, and language.< Less
Observations and Contemplations of a Humanist By Leo Madrigal
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To the list of the world's greatest wisdom literature must now be added a new title. Observations and Contemplations of a Humanist is as inspirational as the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, as deep... More > as the Tao Te Ching of Lao-tzu, as engaging as the Analects of Confucius, as easily comprehended as the Maxims of the Duc de la Rouchefoucauld, and as irreverent as the Devil's Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce. No humanist/atheist/rationalist home or library should be without a copy. In clear, precise language the author deals decisively with every issue relevant to the human condition, and in the process, offers the world not only a comprehensive philosophy of life that is both joyous and optimistic, but also a liberal, non-theistic alternative to traditional revealed religion.< Less
Rediscovering the Roots of Chinese Thought: Laozi’s Philosophy By CHEN Guying
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This book translates Lao Zhuang xinlun, a key work of contemporary Chinese. It offers a unique discussion of the Laozi, arguing—in contrast to standard Western scholarship—that the text... More > goes back to a single author and identifying him as an older contemporary, and even teacher, of Confucius. This places the Confucian Analects after the Laozi and makes the text the most fundamental work of ancient Chinese thought. Chen explores these debates regarding these points, providing evidence based on materials excavated from Mawangdui and Guodian. His book is fascinating documentation of contemporary Chinese arguments and debates previously unavailable in English. It is nothing less than a complete revision of the history of Chinese thought with Daoism as its major focus.< Less
Taoist Teachings: Translated from the Book of Lieh-Tzü By Lionel Giles
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Lieh-Tzü was major Taoist sage who lived c. 350 BCE. His writings use stories and fables to elucidate the Taoist philosophy of cooperating with nature; they illustrate the magical powers of the... More > ancient sages who were so 'in the Tao' that they were able to prolong life, walk through solid rock, and levitate. Editorial Note, Introduction, Book I: Cosmogony, Book II: The Yellow Emperor, Book III: Dreams, Book IV: Confucius, Book V: The Questions of Pang, Book VI: Effort and Destiny, Book VII: Causality< Less
Golden Agers: Masters Of Space And Time (in color) By Mini Komix
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Golden Agers gets its science on with the Masters Of Space And Time! Stuart Taylor goes back and forth in time to meet Confucius, fly a magic carpet, and date future bikini girls. Kenton of the Space... More > Patrol hunts down space pirates. The Strange Power of Gary Ford has a modern day man going to the past to woo a redhead Arabian harem girl. The Cargo From Mars threatens the Earth. You Are The Jury sees a space poker game with. In a lost time, the warrior Dragonus goes on a quest to rescue a princess. Time Skipper skips ahead to the future. Dead Reckoning brings a bounder forming his own space harem. Space Pirates On Xarpot traffic alien slave girls. The Creatures Of Jarga have close encounters. A sexy space princess is in peril in Operation Pluto. The Space Rangers battle the Mad Man Of Mars. Sci-fi, fantasy, adventure, horror, and more, in color!< Less
INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS IN Q & A By FOLORUNSHO MEJABI
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This book is aimed squarely at the new learning styles evident with today’s students and addresses accounting industry changes as well. This textbook is not written as a reference text, rather... More > it is written in another form where knowledge can be bridged and tested through questions and answers in a multiple choice format.The answers to the questions are provided towards the back pages of the text. Accounting has evolved over the years especially in the areas of Standard setting and adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards around the globe. The book basically covers all IASB standards including conceptual framework and IFRS on SMEs. It is good starting and ending points for accounting students, accountants, corporate gurus and managers of businesses. Let me conclude with the words of Confucius, who said “You cannot open a book without learning something.”< Less
INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS IN Q & A By FOLORUNSHO MEJABI
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This book is aimed squarely at the new learning styles evident with today’s students and addresses accounting industry changes as well. This textbook is not written as a reference text, rather... More > it is written in another form where knowledge can be bridged and tested through questions and answers in a multiple choice format.The answers to the questions are provided towards the back pages of the text. Accounting has evolved over the years especially in the areas of Standard setting and adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards around the globe. The book basically covers all IASB standards including conceptual framework and IFRS on SMEs. It is good starting and ending points for accounting students, accountants, corporate gurus and managers of businesses. Let me conclude with the words of Confucius, who said “You cannot open a book without learning something< Less
Laozi, a study in Chinese philosophy By Watters Thomas
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T. Watters, whose Guide to the Tablets in a Temple of Confucius stands unique in the translations of Chinese works, offers here a foundation work for those interested in approaching the different... More > themes that emerge from the Daodejing. Mr. Watters first walks us through the live of Laozi and of the Daodejing. He then leads us into relationships between Daoism concepts and speculative physics, politics, ethics, and Confucianism. This book is not a translation of the Daodejing, but a preliminary study of concepts as they may apply in various aspects of life. The concluding chapter reminds the limits of the study while opening suggestive directions of further exploration. This edition includes the list of works by T. Watters and a list of over 100 original and additional references generated from the text through the process of editorial verification. 234 transliterated terms have been updated to modern pinyin. ISBN-13: 978-1-944175-38-2< Less
Words of Wisdom: Lao Tzu By Students' Academy
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Lao Tzu is also referred to as Laozi or Lao Tze. He was one of the greatest philosophers and poets of ancient China. “Tao Te Ching” is his most significant work which brought him name and... More > fame. He was the founder of philosophical Taoism. Lao Tzu is also worshipped as a deity in religious Taoism and ancient Chinese religions which are observed as traditions. This legendary figure is generally dated to around the 6th century BC. He was believed to be a contemporary of Confucius. However, some historians have mentioned that Lao Tzu lived during the Warring States period, between fifth of fourth century BC. Lao Tzu stands as a central figure in Chinese culture. The emperors of both the Tang Dynasty and Modern people of the Li surname claim that Lao Tzu was a founder of their lineage. Several anti-authoritarian movements in the history of mankind have been inspired by the work of Lao Tzu.< Less
Emancipation from Sin's Slavery By Bill Sinock
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Mankind is on the verge of self-induced holocaust more now than ever. A Washingtonite says, It is such a shame to have nuclear weapons and not use them, imbecilic. If pollution, poverty, and... More > pestilence do not get you, the Georgia Guide Stone prophecy will. Vicki, a blogger, says, Isn’t there anyone out there wanting to save the world? A Doctor of Science of evolution, said, there is a 0.005% chance that there is a God masterminding the universe. So the aim of this book is to reach the believing at the level of 0.005%, and greater. There is good reason to trust in the world’s redeemer. Aristotle, Plato, and Confucius philosophized many years with less impact on mankind than Jesus, who taught only three years. Life is not duration, but donation.< Less

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