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Lao-tzu and the Tao-te-ching (review)

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Lao-tzu and the Tao-te-ching (review)

Philosophy East and West , Volume 50 (4) – Jan 10, 2000

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voEtzu nd the oEteEhingF idited y vivi uohn nd wihel vprgueF elnyX tte niversity of xew ork ressD IWWVF pF xii QQHF eviewed y tonthn F rermn qeorgi tte niversity wodern sholrship on the o e ghing hs tended to fous on questions of uthorship nd the intended mening of the textD often working from oth the unquestioned ssumption tht mtters of origintion re of primry historil imporE tne nd the qusiEtheologil is tht the originl textul mening is somehow the right99 or uthorittive oneF fut the role of the o e ghing in ghinese history nd ultureD s well s tht of its purported uthorD is muh more omplex ffirF he text hs een the sujet of more thn seven hundred ommentries nd hs een pproprited y vst networks of sholrsD government offiilsD selfEonsious religious ommunitiesD nd lypeopleD while vo zu himself hs undergone fsE inting history of deifition nd estheti representtionF ith voEtzu nd the oEteEhingD editors vivi uohn nd wihel vprgue tke steps towrd filling in some of the omplited @nd muh overlookedA postEnonil history y ssemE ling essys on sujets rnging from the ritul uses of the text to modern hermeE neuti experimentsF he

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Philosophy East and WestUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 10, 2000

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