Taoism: Way Beyond Seeking : the Edited Transcripts
This book is derived from lectures delivered by Alan Watts between 1968 and 1973. Essays include "The Philosophy of the Tao", "Being in the Way", and "Landscape, Soundscape". In Taoism, Watts offers the possibility that an ancient oriental way of being in touch with the true "nature of nature" might guide a technological culture toward reunification with the rest of the planet.
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