Author: Robert Van De WeyerPublisher: JaicoYear: 2006Language: EnglishPages: 374ISBN/UPC (if available): 8179920739
Tao is best translated as the Way: it may also be understood as the first principle from which everything comes, and to which all will return. Jaico’s 366 Readings Series is the first comprehensive collection of the spiritual literature of the whole world presented in accessible form. It is aimed at people who wish to broaden their spiritual outlook, and also at the much larger group who have little or no attachment to a religious community, but seek spiritual wisdom. Each volume in the series contains major writings of one of the world’s spiritual traditions, presented in the form of an annual cycle of daily readings. 366 Readings From Taoism and Confucianism includes: The profound and enigmatic sayings of Lao Tzu The wit and irony of Chuang Tzu The spiritual adventures of Lieh Tzu and Yang Chu The gentle wisdom of Confucius and mencius.
INTRODUCTION1. Tao Te Ching. 2. Chuang Tzu. 3. Lieh Tzu. 4. Yang Chu. 5. Kung Fu Tzu. 6. Meng Tzu. BIBLIOGRAPHYINDEX OF WRITERS