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The Way Of Chuang Tzu (2010)

Call Number 299.51482/MERTON,T

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Adult Nonfiction299.51482/MERTON,TAvailable
Published: New York : New Directions Books, 2010
Series: New Directions paperbook
Edition:  Revised ev
Description:  159 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780811218511, 0811218511,
Language:  English

Preface by His Holiness, the Dalai Lama -- A note to the reader -- The way of Chuang Tzu -- A study of Chuang Tzu -- Readings from Chuang Tzu -- The useless tree -- A hat salesmen and a capable ruler -- The breath of nature -- Great knowledge -- The pivot -- In the morning -- Cutting up an ox -- The man with one foot and the marsh pheasant -- The fasting of the heart -- Friends -- Lao Tzu's wake -- Confucius and the madman -- The true man -- Metamorphosis -- Man is born in tao -- Kings and no-form -- Cracking the safe -- Leaving things alone -- The kingly man -- How deep is tao! -- The lost pearl -- In my end is my beginning -- When life was full there was no history -- When a hideous mané -- The five enemies -- Action and non-action -- Duke Hwan and the wheelwright -- Autumn floods -- Great and small -- The man of Tao -- The turtle -- Owl and phoenix -- The joy of fishes -- Perfect joy -- Symphony for a sea bird -- Wholeness -- The need to win -- The sacrificial swine -- The fighting cock -- The woodcarver -- When the shoes fits -- The empty boat -- The flight of Lin Hui -- When knowledge went north -- The importance of being toothless -- Where is tao? -- Starlight and non-being -- Keng sang chu -- Keng's disciple -- The tower of the spirit -- The inner law -- Apologies -- Advising the prince -- Active life -- Monkey mountain -- Good fortune -- Flight from benevolence -- Tao -- The useless -- Means and ends -- Flight from the shadow -- Chuang Tzu's funeral Related Searches:
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