Qué es el Tao

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Editorial Kairós SA, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 88 pages
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In this overview, Eastern philosophies scholar Alan Watts offers an entertaining and brilliant synthesis of Taoism as it is portrayed in the teachings of some of its most classic works--including the The Art of War, the I-Ching, Tao te Ching, and Zhuangzi. Through a lively explanation of the essential ideas and concepts of Taoist thought, Watts presents Tao as a personal practice of liberation and explains the role that corresponds to every person as an individual endowed with free will in a world whose norms change constantly. This exploration demonstrates the reach that this ancient Eastern wisdom can have on hectic modern lives.

En esta perspectiva general, Alan Watts, erudito en filosof as orientales, ofrece una s ntesis amena y brillante del tao smo, tal y como aparece en las ense anzas de sus grandes cl sicos: el Arte de la Guerra, el I-Ching, el Tao te king y el Zhuang Zi. A trav s de una exposici n viva de las ideas y los conceptos esenciales del pensamiento tao sta, Watts presenta al Tao como una pr ctica personal de liberaci n y explica el papel que le corresponde a cada persona como un individuo dotado de libre albedr o en un mundo cuyas pautas cambian continuamente. Esta exploraci n muestra el alcance que esta antigua sabidur a oriental puede tener en la ajetreada vida actual.

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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.

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