Taoist Texts

The Chuang Tzu:

  1. Space and Time
  2. Identity of subjective and objective
  3. Life too short
  4. Virtue should be passive, not active
  5. The virtuous person disregards externals
  6. The Human and the divine
  7. Princes should reign, not rule
  8. Virtue should be natural
  9. Superiority of the natural over the artifical
  10. All restrictions artifical, and therefore deceptive
  11. The natural conditions of our existence require no artificial aids
  12. The pre-eminence of Tao. All things informed thereby
  13. Tao is repose
  14. The Ultimate Cause. Integrity of Tao. Music and Tao. Failure of Confucianism
  15. Would-be sages. The vanity of effort. Method of the true Sage. Passivity the key
  16. Tao unattainable by mundane arts
  17. Greatness and smallness always relative
  18. The uncertainty of human happiness
  19. The soul is from God. Man's body its vehicle
  20. The alternatives of usefulness and uselessness
  21. Tao cannot be imparted in words
  22. The universe our model. Spontaneity our watchword.
  23. The Tao is passionless
  24. The operation of Tao is not seen
  25. Influence of virtue concealed
  26. The external uncertain
  27. Natural speech in harmony
  28. Happy Under Success
  29. The Robber Che
  30. Wen Wang the Swordsman
  31. Charity And Duty To One's
  32. Outward manifestation
  33. Summary by early editors

Selected Quotations from Lao Tzu

Selected Poems of Tu Fu

Selected Poems of Li Pai



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