Dao de jing

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The Dao De Jing exists on the border between poetry and philosophy, embracing both mythos and logos. Its poetic form can stand alone, but it is enriched when its timeless ideas are analyzed and explained through careful scholarship. For example: He who knows others is knowledgeable. He who knows himself is wise. These words resemble Socrates' account of his own quest in Plato's Apology. Ancient philosophy, both in China and in Greece, places self-knowledge at the center of the search for wisdom. Contemporary philosophers are often misled about this way of thinking, because the self has been detached from external things and separated from nature and society. The wisdom of China and of Europe unites human existence and nature.
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subject_facetLaozi. -- Dao de jing
Laozi. -- Dao de jing -- Criticism and interpretation
Taoism
title_displayDao de jing
title_fullDao de jing / a new translation by Man-Ho Kwok, Martin Palmer, Jay Ramsay ; calligraphy by Kwok-Lap Chan
El dao de jing [electronic resource] / por Lao Zi ; traducido del chino y comentado por Renaud W. Neubauer y Santiago Gangotena G.
title_shortDao de jing
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Taoism