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Lao Tzu and Taoism

Author: Max Kaltenmark; Roger Greaves
Publisher: Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press, 1969.
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Deals with two incompatible and incongruous Chinese doctrines: philosophical Taoism, and magico-religious Taoism, sometimes indiscriminately known in the West under the term Taoism. Some practices remind one of the Hindu Yoga.
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Named Person: Laozi.; Laozi.; Laozi.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Max Kaltenmark; Roger Greaves
ISBN: 0804706883 9780804706889 0804706891 9780804706896
OCLC Number: 11967
Description: vi, 158 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Lao Tzu --
Teaching --
Holy man --
Chuang Tzu --
Taoist religion.
Other Titles: Lao tseu et le taoïsme.
Responsibility: Max Kaltenbach ; translated from the French by Roger Greaves.

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This volume summarizes the history, doctrine, and practices of an ancient Chinese religion based on the harmonious interaction of Yin and Yang.  Read more...

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