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Tao-te-Ching

Saltos de línea: Tao-te-Ching
Pronunciación: /ˌtaʊtiːˈtʃɪŋ
 
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(also Daodejing)

Definición de Tao-te-Ching en inglés:

sustantivo

The central Taoist text, ascribed to Lao-tzu, the traditional founder of Taoism. Apparently written as a guide for rulers, it defined the Tao, or way, and established the philosophical basis of Taoism.
Example sentences
  • T'ai chi ch'uan incorporates the Taoist principles expressed in the Tao-te Ching.
  • The classic Tao-te-Ching or ' Book of the Way and its Virtue ', attributed to Lao-tzu, sets out the principles for leading this higher life.

Origen

Chinese, literally 'the Book of the Way and its Power'.

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