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Three Styles of Humanism in Ancient China By Peter M.K. Chan
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This is an abridged and systematic reconsitution of the actual words of Confucius, Moh-zi, and Lao-zi as they appear in the Analects, the Book of Moh-zi, and the Dao Der Jing. It is a user-friendly... More > version designed for students and readers who are interested in the ancient roots of Chinese moral culture and philosophy. A total of 110 pages with Chinese textual documentation, suitable for students of Chinese philosophy, culture and language.< Less
Journal of Daoist Studies, vol. 5 By JDS
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The Journal of Daoist Studies (JDS) is an annual publication dedicated to the scholarly exploration of Daoism in all its different dimensions. Contents of vol. 5::: Jennifer Lundin Ritchie,The... More > Guodian Laozi and Taiyi shengshui: A Cognitive Science Reading; Lucas Weiss—Rectifying the Deep Structures of the Earth; Paul Crowe—Nature—Motion—and Stillness: Li Daochun’s Vision of the Three; Ian Johnson—Two Sides of a Mountain: The Modern Transformation of Maoshan; Bede Benjamin Bidlack—Alchemy and Martial Arts: Wang Yannian’s Gold Mountain Daoism; Yves Réquéna—The Biochemistry of Internal Alchemy: Decapitating the Red Dragon; Dylan Bolles & Lynette Hunter—Scoring Daoist Energy: A Rhetoric of Collaboration; Felix Breuer—Feldenkrais’s Spontaneous Action and Laozi’s Wuwei; Patricia Karetzky—Daoist Themes by Women Artists; Song Hae Kim—The Gourd of Small Penglai: The Ecological Symbols of Qiu Changchun< Less
Journal of Daoist Studies, vol. 5 By JDS Editors
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The Journal of Daoist Studies (JDS) is an annual publication dedicated to the scholarly exploration of Daoism in all its different dimensions. Contents of vol. 5::: Jennifer Lundin Ritchie,The... More > Guodian Laozi and Taiyi shengshui: A Cognitive Science Reading; Lucas Weiss—Rectifying the Deep Structures of the Earth; Paul Crowe—Nature—Motion—and Stillness: Li Daochun’s Vision of the Three; Ian Johnson—Two Sides of a Mountain: The Modern Transformation of Maoshan; Bede Benjamin Bidlack—Alchemy and Martial Arts: Wang Yannian’s Gold Mountain Daoism; Yves Réquéna—The Biochemistry of Internal Alchemy: Decapitating the Red Dragon; Dylan Bolles & Lynette Hunter—Scoring Daoist Energy: A Rhetoric of Collaboration; Felix Breuer—Feldenkrais’s Spontaneous Action and Laozi’s Wuwei; Patricia Karetzky—Daoist Themes by Women Artists; Song Hae Kim—The Gourd of Small Penglai: The Ecological Symbols of Qiu Changchun< Less
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
Daoism Excavated: Cosmos and Humanity in Early Manuscripts By WANG Zhongjiang
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Daoism Excavated is a first detailed exploration of Daoist cosmology, philosophy, and political vision as found in recently unearthed bamboo slips and silk manuscripts. Presenting a detailed, and... More > often carefully philological, examination of the Taiyi shengshui, Hengxian, Fanwu liuxing, and Huangdi sijing, as well as of various versions of the Laozi, the book provides new insights into ancient Daoist thought and its various schools and lineages. It focuses particularly on different visions of the creation and unfolding of the universe and on the application of these alternative cosmologies in political thought and practice. Revising and expanding our understanding of traditional Chinese thinking, the book makes an essential contribution to Chinese studies, philosophy, and religion.< Less
Daoism Excavated: Cosmos and Humanity in Early Manuscripts By WANG Zhongjiang
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Daoism Excavated is a first detailed exploration of Daoist cosmology, philosophy, and political vision as found in recently unearthed bamboo slips and silk manuscripts. Presenting a detailed, and... More > often carefully philological, examination of the Taiyi shengshui, Hengxian, Fanwu liuxing, and Huangdi sijing, as well as of various versions of the Laozi, the book provides new insights into ancient Daoist thought and its various schools and lineages. It focuses particularly on different visions of the creation and unfolding of the universe and on the application of these alternative cosmologies in political thought and practice. Revising and expanding our understanding of traditional Chinese thinking, the book makes an essential contribution to Chinese studies, philosophy, and religion.< 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
Dao De Jing By Lao Zi
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Dao De Jing, or so simply referred to as the Laozi, is a Chinese classic text. The text's true authorship and date of composition or compilation are still debated. The oldest excavated portion dates... More > back to the late 4th century BCE, but modern scholarship dates other parts of the text as having been written, or at least compiled later than the earliest portions of the Zhuangzi. The Tao Te Ching, along with the Zhuangzi, is a fundamental text for both philosophical and religious Taoism, and strongly influenced other schools, such as Legalism, Confucianism, and Chinese Buddhism, which when first introduced into China 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 it is among the most translated works in world literature.< Less
Journal of Daoist Studies, vol. 1 By JDS
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The Journal of Daoist Studies (JDS) is an annual publication dedicated to the schol-arly exploration of Daoism in all its different dimensions. Contents of vol. 1::: Friederike... More > Assandri—Laozi’s Eclipse and Comeback: The Narrative Frame of the Benji jing; Stephen Eskildsen—Do Immortals Kill? The Controversy Surrounding Lü Dongbin; Louis Komjathy—Mapping the Daoist Body (1): The Neijing tu in History; Robert Santee—Stress Management and the Zhuangzi; James D. Sellmann—Establishing the Altar: The Realized Writ of the Suqi Rite in the Grand Jiao; Xun Liu—Profile of Quanzhen Doctor; Scott P. Phillips—Portrait of an American Daoist: Charles Belyea / Liu Ming; Robin R. Wang—Daoists on the Southern Marchmount; Michael Rinaldini—How I Became A Daoist Priest; Livia Kohn—Grand Offering in Hong Kong; Elijiah Siegler—Field Notes: Taoist Tai Chi Society & Fung Loy Kok Temple; Michael Winn—Daoist Neidan: Lineage and Secrecy Challenges for Western Adepts< Less
Journal of Daoist Studies, vol. 1 By JDS
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The Journal of Daoist Studies (JDS) is an annual publication dedicated to the schol-arly exploration of Daoism in all its different dimensions.Contents of vol. 1::: Friederike... More > Assandri—Laozi’s Eclipse and Comeback: The Narrative Frame of the Benji jing; Stephen Eskildsen—Do Immortals Kill? The Controversy Surrounding Lü Dongbin; Louis Komjathy—Mapping the Daoist Body (1): The Neijing tu in History; Robert Santee—Stress Management and the Zhuangzi; James D. Sellmann—Establishing the Altar: The Realized Writ of the Suqi Rite in the Grand Jiao; Xun Liu—Profile of Quanzhen Doctor; Scott P. Phillips—Portrait of an American Daoist: Charles Belyea / Liu Ming; Robin R. Wang—Daoists on the Southern Marchmount; Michael Rinaldini—How I Became A Daoist Priest; Livia Kohn—Grand Offering in Hong Kong; Elijiah Siegler—Field Notes: Taoist Tai Chi Society & Fung Loy Kok Temple; Michael Winn—Daoist Neidan: Lineage and Secrecy Challenges for Western Adepts< Less

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