The Sayings of Lao Tzu


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(4.8 stars; 86 reviews)

Lao-Tzu, also known as Laozi was a Chinese philosopher believed to have lived in the 6th century BCE and is credited with writing the Tao-Te-Ching which centers around the idea that the way of virtue lies in simplicity and a recognition of a natural, universal force known as the Tao. He is traditionally regarded as the founder of Taoism. This book is a compilation of his most profound writings translated directly from ancient Chinese texts. - Summary by Nemo (1 hr 16 min)

Chapters

Introduction 17:28 Read by Nemo
Tao in its Transcendental Aspect, and in its Physical Manifestation 9:14 Read by Nemo
Tao as a Moral Principle, or 'Virtue' 9:58 Read by Nemo
The Doctrine of Inaction 4:08 Read by Nemo
Lowliness and Humility 6:49 Read by Nemo
Government 6:53 Read by Nemo
War 2:49 Read by Nemo
Paradoxes 6:40 Read by Nemo
Miscellaneous Sayings and Precepts 10:09 Read by Nemo
Lao Tzu on Himself 2:02 Read by Nemo

Reviews


(4 stars)

Well read by Nemo. The book itself deserved the four stars. I'm still trying to grasp the Tao as something outside if myself, it speaks of heaven and external forces. More study is needed. Thank you Nemo.

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(4 stars)

it's all free! be happy 😂 I'm sure they have administrative costs


(5 stars)

love it, stays true to the original transliteration

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