Cosmos and Community: The Ethical Dimension of Daoism
Offers a major English study of Daoist religious ethics. Based on translations of primary sources, this book is a useful read for those interested in Daoism, comparative ethics, or Chinese history.
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Human Behavior and Cosmic Goodness
Moral Rules and Sensory Transformation
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