The Spiritual Philosophy of the Tao Te Ching

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Pendragon Publishing, Inc., Jun 1, 2005 - Philosophy - 166 pages
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The Spiritual Philosophy of the Tao Te Ching argues two main points: (1) the Tao Te Ching is a spiritual (not religious) book, and (2) it presents an implicit systematic philosophy. If we piece together the Tao's implicit and explicit views, we'll find it offers a consistently reasoned answer to life's three ultimate questions, the origin, nature, and purpose of life. Based on its answer to these questions, it offers a philosophy of life the prime goal of which is reunion with the Tao.
 

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Contents

The Tao as Creator
17
The Downside of the Taos
41
Hints from Nature
81
Letting Go
101
Natures Positive Lesson for Recovering
121
Our True Self Regained
143
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