Taoism for Know-It-Alls
Taoism for Know-It-Alls is a reference guide to help readers understand Chinese philosophical and religious concepts and traditions known as Taoism (or Daoism). These traditions were a major influence in East Asia for over two thousand years and focuses on Wu Wei, which translates to 'non-action', spontaneity, humanism, as well as emptiness. This publication focuses on beliefs, principls, tao, spirituality and ethics related to the practice fo Taoism. Taoism for Know-It-Alls is highly recommended for those who are interested in learning more about Taoism and its related concepts.
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This ''book'' is a print version of the Wikipedia article on Taoism, or rather a print version of one of the older versions of that article - Wikipedia articles are constantly changing, like the Tao itself. :-) This is all perfectly legal and appropriate, since Wikipedia offers all its content under the GNU Free Documentation License, but in the interest of fairness you should know that you can always access the current electronic version of this book free of charge at wikipedia.org.