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Tao Te Ching: Of the Way and Integrity By Michael Silver Dragon
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Michael Silver Dragon's interpreation of the classic Taoist work, Tao Te Ching.
The Illustrated Tao Te Ching: Laozi By James Legge et al.
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The Tao Te Ching or ‘Canon of the Way of Virtue' is a classical Chinese text generally dated to the 6th century BCE. It has traditionally been attributed to Laozi, the ‘Old Master', said... More > to have been a scribe at the court of the Zhou Dynasty. The actual date of the composition of the Tao Te Ching - now generally rendered Daodejing in Pinyin Romanisation - remains a matter of conjecture, though the oldest text discovered so far dates back to the 4th century BCE. An illustrated version of James Legge’s translation of the Tao Te Ching or ‘Canon of the Way of Virtue’, with an introduction to the ‘Old Master’ Laozi, and a short biography of Legge. 11,000 words, 88 high quality images.< Less
The Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching By Paul Gibson
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A VISUAL INTERPRETATION. A book to illustrate the depth, subtlety and richness of the language and philosophy by explaining the visuals provided by key Chinese characters and the pictograms that... More > precede them. Even if a translation appears fairly straightforward, all interpretation is subjective; it must be. Just as every translator interprets, every reader brings his or her abilities to understanding (interpreting) what they read. So it is, will be, and always has been, you will interpret what I have interpreted. Valuing this tendency rather than fighting that which is natural, I intend to offer up ways of seeing the text: Together we will re-view the text through its images rather than hearing only the words as traditionally translated.< Less
Tao Te Ching, Word for Word By Carl Abbott
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First, I give a poetic rendering of the chapter. This is followed by a word-for-word, line-by-line translation of the Chinese. Chinese characters can have many related synonym-like meaning. I give... More > the main ones so that a reader can piece together something closer to the original. Normal translations invariably lose some degree of the ancient 'original intention' due to the modern cultural context we bring to our language's words… our 'education'. The second half of the book includes commentary that relates each chapter to aspects of life. Using this, along with one's favorite English translation and cross checking with my Word for Word can noticeably deepen one's understanding. This approach produces some interesting, even profound, results not possible through approaches commonly used to translate this ancient text (e.g., an over concern for poetic beauty which sacrifices meaning (mostly through embellishment), and over influence of humanist views which skews meaning away from the ancient).< Less
Tao Te Ching Study Guide By BookRags.com
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Tao Te Ching Study Guide consists of approx. 38 pages of summaries and analysis on Tao Te Ching by Stephen Mitchell.
Lao Tse. Tao Te Ching By Vladimir Antonov
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The book Tao Te Ching was written by great Chinese spiritual adept Lao Tse about 2500 years ago. It is one of the most fundamental textbooks on philosophy and methodology of spiritual development.
The Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching By Paul Gibson
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A VISUAL INTERPRETATION. A book to illustrate the depth, subtlety and richness of the language and philosophy by explaining the visuals provided by key Chinese characters and the pictograms that... More > precede them. Even if a translation appears fairly straightforward, all interpretation is subjective; it must be. Just as every translator interprets, every reader brings his or her abilities to understanding (interpreting) what they read. So it is, will be, and always has been, you will interpret what I have interpreted. Valuing this tendency rather than fighting that which is natural, I intend to offer up ways of seeing the text while inviting you into the interpretive process; together we will re-view the text through its images rather than hearing only the words as traditionally translated.< Less
Meditations on the Tao te Ching (2013) By Jim Townsend
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Meditations on the Tao te Ching were composed in 2013, at the Dudeo in Martinsburg, WV. They are a collection of 44 pieces reflecting on the Taoist text
Tao Te Ching - by Lao Tsu By David Nassim
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The Tao Te Ching is the most vital and one of the oldest texts of the roots of indigenous Chinese wisdom. It uses a language that is often highly metaphorical and blends poetic... More > expression with clear insight about the nature of the human condition and its sufferance. In eighty-one poetic chapters the Tao Te Ching points directly at the core of “who” or “what” the “self” truly is. It is not offered as a “method” or something that can be “applied in daily life”, but is really an expression of the point at which the constant seeking for some-thing more or different ends and so acceptance of what really is then becomes evident. This interpretation draws out the essence of Non-duality/Taoism which the text was originally about and endeavours to serve as a rememberance of our infant days, of the instinct of the Naturalness/ Oneness that is all of life.< Less
Tao Te Ching - by Lao Tsu By David Nassim
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The Tao Te Ching is the most vital and one of the oldest texts of the roots of indigenous Chinese wisdom. It uses a language that is often highly metaphorical and blends poetic... More > expression with clear insight about the nature of the human condition and its sufferance. In eighty-one poetic chapters the Tao Te Ching points directly at the core of “who” or “what” the “self” truly is. It is not offered as a “method” or something that can be “applied in daily life”, but is really an expression of the point at which the constant seeking for some-thing more or different ends and so acceptance of what really is then becomes evident. This interpretation draws out the essence of Non-duality/Taoism which the text was originally about and endeavours to serve as a rememberance of our infant days, of the instinct of the Naturalness/ Oneness that is all of life.< Less

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