The Tao of the Tao Te Ching: A Translation and Commentary

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SUNY Press, 1992年1月17日 - 270 頁
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In this new translation and commentary, LaFargue interprets the concept of “Tao” in the Tao Te Ching as a spiritual state of mind cultivated in a particular school in ancient China‚ a state of mind which also expressed itself in a simple but satisfying life-style, and in a low-key but effective style of political leadership. The interpretation offered here is not only historically accurate, but also conveys the spiritual depth of the Tao Te Ching and its contemporary relevance. The translation is made transparent by a design that presents all of the commentary on the page facing the relevant text.
 

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Excellence That Is Not Outstanding
3
Stillness and Contentment
39
SelfCultivation
53
Knowledge Learning and Teaching
87
Majesty That Is Not Awesome
109
The Soft Way
143
Against Disquieting Improvements
165
Additional Textual Notes
179
What Kind of Writing Is It?
196
Nonliteral Interpretation
200
The Laoist System
213
A Note on Translation
214
Topical Glossary
217
Notes
255
References
263
List of Chapters in the Traditional Arrangement
269

A Reasoned Approach to Interpreting the Tao Te Ching
187
Social Background
190

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Michael LaFargue is the author of Language and Gnosis and teaches at the University of Massachusetts in Boston.

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