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Wisdom Of Dao De Jing By M. A. Fullen
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A book of wisdom based on the Dao De Jing.
The Wisdom of the Dao De Jing By M. A. Fullen
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A book of wisdom based on the Dao De Jing. This modern day version of ancient wisdom and philosophy has a tremendous relevance even in today's busy, "don't have time" way of life.
Dao De Jing By Joseph McHugh
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Perfectly faithful and beautifully illustrated English translation of the Dao De Jing (Tao Te Ching), complete with commentary, original Chinese Text (Traditional and Simplified) and phonetic... More > transcription. The book also serves as an introduction to translating Classical Chinese into English, complete with instructions, full glossaries and exhaustive index.< Less
Dao De Jing By Arthur L Williams
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An interlingual edition of the Daoist Classic, featuring traditional Chinese, pinyin transliteration, and English translation. A companion to the study guide The 800 Words
Dao De Jing By Laozi
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The book is fundamental to both philosophical and religious Taoism and strongly influenced other schools, such as Legalism, Confucianism and Chinese Buddhism, which when first introduced into China... More > was largely interpreted through the use of Daoist words and concepts. Many Chinese artists, including poets, painters, calligraphers, and even gardeners have used the Daodejing as a source of inspiration. Its influence has also spread widely outside East Asia, and is amongst the most translated works in world literature. This book strongly influenced New Thought movements in west including James Allen.< Less
Coloring Chinese Calligraphy - Dao De Jing By Meng Foo Choo
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This is a coloring book for all ages, children, teenagers, adults or seniors. It is the first of its kind where the ancient classic Dao De Jing is reproduced in Modern Chinese Calligraphy, using... More > traditional Chinese brushes and ink written on rice paper. On the left pages are the most common texts reproduced in Fang Song typeface, with calligraphy artwork on the right. These pages allow for quick references. Dao De Jing is the most translated text written around 500 B.C. by the author commonly know as Lao Zi. It forms the philosophical text of Chinese thoughts apart from Confucianism.< Less
The 800 Words: Study Guide For The Dao De Jing By Arthur L Williams
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A dictionary, concordance, interlingual text, and etymological tools for studying and translating the Dao De Jing. The purpose of this book is to assist students of all levels and backgrounds in... More > appreciating and understanding the DDJ from the source, up to creating one's own translation of this world classic, one of the most important and inspiring books ever written.< Less
The Way and Its Power: Lao Zi's Dao De Jing By Patrick Edwin Moran
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This book is given in columns for Chinese characters, pronunciation, and English meaning. Each chapter ends with an English translation. Learning the philosophy can help learn the language. See why... More > there are so many different interpretations.< Less
The Way and Its Power: Lao Zi's Dao De Jing By Patrick Edwin Moran
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This book is given in columns for Chinese characters, pronunciation, and English meaning. Each chapter ends with an English translation. Learning the philosophy can help learn the language. See why... More > there are so many different interpretations.< Less
Dao De Jing: a translation and interpretation of the text of Lao Zi By Derek Lee
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Compare any of the translations of the Dao De Jing that are available and anyone unfamiliar with the original Chinese might be perplexed that there are such great differences in translation to be... More > found. Part of the problem is the abstracted and ambiguous nature of the original Chinese. To overcome the difficulties associated with that text, the translator of this work decided to offer the reader two versions: one a literal, word-for-word, translation, and, the other, a more conventional kind. The literal translation appears side-by-side with the original Chinese. These translations are supplemented by a comprehensive set of notes.< Less