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Translated from the Ma-Wang-tui texts with introduction and commentary by Robert G. Henricks. CR 1989 by Henricks, 1993 by Modern Library. Te-Tao-Ching (The Book of the Way and Its Power) probably represents currents of thought in China around 300 B.C. This is one of the most sacred texts of Taoism. Lao-Tzu is considered the first philosopher of the Taoist school. Brief, poetic contemplations on the Tao, or The Way is a practical statement of life's most enigmatic truths. Dust jacket has been taped on, otherwise all good+.
Publisher: New York, Modern Library Edition:
Binding: Hard Cover
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Keywords: China, Taoism, chinese Religion, Chinese Philosophy, Chinese Philosphers