Taoism: Way Beyond Seeking : the Edited Transcripts
Alan Watts, one of the leading philosophers of mainstream Buddhism, died before completing his comprehensive study of Taoism and its applications toeveryday life. In 'Taoism - Way Beyond Seeking, Mark Watts continues and completes the compilation of his father's major work. Essays include - 'The Philosophy of the Tao,' 'Being in the Way,' and 'Landscape, Soundscape'.
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