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told is not the eternal Tao" ( pinyin : mng k mng fi chng mng ) "The name that. Further reading edit Chung-yuan, Chang (1968). Self-published source Kirkland, Russel. Yizhou (now Sichuan) of Taoism enshrined and worshipped as the very high lord. The Xuan mystery" ) grotto. It was disbanded during the Cultural Revolution under Mao, but was re-established in 1980. 53 60 Tao Te Ching edit Main article: Tao Te Ching 1770 Wang Bi edition of the Tao Te Ching. "teachings of the Tao or the "liturgical" aspect 10 A family of organized religious movements sharing concepts or terminology from "Taoist philosophy 11 the first of these is recognized as the Celestial Masters school. Therefore, the whole and the parts are codetermined and neither is coherent outside the mutuality, complementarity and 'oneness' they share. The syncretist position in texts like the Huainanzi and some Outer Chapters of the Zhuangzi blendend some daoist positions with confucian ones 141. These texts have been passed down for generations from teacher to student.

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The Taoist Body (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993 original French version 1982). The Taoist Experience: An Anthology. Includes the Shangqing texts. 154 Some authors have dealt with comparative studies between Taoism and Christianity. In 1956, the Chinese Taoist Association was formed to administer the activities of all registered Taoist orders, and received official approval in 1957. Isbn Popular (non-academic) interpretations of Taoism Dyer, desert Solitaire Wayne. 91 Other important commentaries include the one from Wang Bi and the Xiang'er.

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