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Tao-Te-Ching: With Summaries of the Writings Attributed to Huainantzu, Kuanyintzu and Tungkuching

De (autor) Traducere de Leon Wieger, Derek Bryce
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Translated by Derek Bryce from LaoTzu on Wieger's 1913 French rendition of his "Les Peres du Syteme Taoist." This volume also contains Bryce's summaries of writings attributed to HuaiNanTzu, KuanYinTzu, and TungKuChing from Wieger's Histoire des Croyances et des Opinions Philosophiques en Chine. Bryce demonstrates a conscious commitment to both the original Chinese text and the profound insight of Wieger's work. A Taoist classic to read again and again. Illustrated.

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ISBN-13: 9781578631230
ISBN-10: 1578631238
Pagini: 128
Dimensiuni: 137 x 210 x 10 mm
Greutate: 0.15 kg
Ediția: Revised
Editura: Weiser Books
Locul publicării: United States

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The Tao-Te-Ching -- the unfolding of life -- is a book to read again and again. Lao-Tzu's timeless work is of value to everyone, regardless of personal beliefs, traditions, and religious practices. It poetically encapsulates the primordial wisdom of another time, when the Sage was able to live a contemplative life, unencumbered by complex rites or the cares of the world. It is a guide that shows us how yielding leads to transformation; it reveals the highest manifestation of life, forever seeking its highest expression.

Originally translated into French by Leon Wieger, the 1913 edition was published as Les Peres du Systeme Taoiste. Wieger was recognized by the great Orientalist, Ananda Coomaraswamy, as one of the "handful" of Western Orientalists who truly understood Chinese philosophy. Derek Bryce now brings Wieger's French into English. His translation demonstrates a conscious commitment to both the original Chinese text and the profound insights of Wieger's work. To this edition, Bryce adds summaries of the writings attributed to three other Taoists -- Huai-Nan-Tzu, Kuan-Yin-Tzu, and Tung-Ku-Ching -- from Wieger's Histoire des Croyances et des Opinions Philosophiques en Chine (1917). The Wieger-Bryce translation offers the reader new insights into the eternal wisdom of the Tao-Te-Ching.