El camino del Tao

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Editorial Kairós, Aug 1, 2012 - Philosophy - 179 pages
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Beginning with an eloquent discourse on the Chinese language, renowned advocate of Eastern philosophy Alan Watts goes on to describe the origins and essence of Taoist philosophy, as well as the concepts of wu wei--a natural or effortless action--and Te, the power that results thereof. Drawing on ancient and modern sources, this treatise gives the same careful attention to Tao that Zen Buddhism received in Watts’s classic The Way of Zen. His sources include writings by Chinese philosophers Laozi and Zhuang Zi, as well as the I Ching and modern studies by scientist Joseph Needham, writer and inventor Lin Yutang, and sinologist Arthur Waley.

 

Comenzando con un discurso elocuente sobre el lenguaje chino, el respetado partidario de la filosof a oriental Alan Watts procede a describir los or genes y la esencia de la filosof a tao sta, as como los conceptos del wu wei--la acci n natural o sin esfuerzo--y del te, el poder que emana de ello. Empleando fuentes antiguas y modernas, este tratado le presta la misma atenci n cuidadosa al Tao smo que el Budismo Zen recibi en la obra cl sica de Watts El esp ritu del Zen. Sus fuentes incluyen escritos por los fil sofos chinos Lao-Ts y Zhuangzi, adem s del I Ching y estudios modernos por el cient fico Joseph Needman, el escritor e inventor Lin Yutang y el sinologista Arthur Waley.

 

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Alan Watts was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker best known as an interpreter and advocate of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience. He is the author of Become What You Are, The Way of Zen, and The Wisdom of Insecurity. Al Chung-liang Huang is a philosopher, a performer, and an internationally acclaimed Taiji master and educator. He is the founder and director of the Living Tao Foundation and the coauthor of several books on Tao and Taiji.

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