Lao Zi


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Lao Zi

, Lao-tzu
?604--?531 bc, Chinese philosopher, traditionally regarded as the founder of Taoism and the author of the Tao-te Ching
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This English translation presents the 71 Lao Zi bamboo slips, dating back to about 300 BCE, texts that are the oldest parts of what later became known as the oTao Te Kingo or oTao Te Ching.
i) The English title of the Chinese ancient classic Lao Zi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Lao Zi: The Book of Tao and Teh) (also called Lao Zi (Lao Tzu), The Book of Tao Teh Chin or The Book of Lao Zi) is borrowed from Professor Gu Zhengkun (see Gu Zhengkun, Lao Zi: The Book of Tao and Teh (2nd edition).
What are the "so many things" that Brecht and Lao Zi agreed upon?
The idea of Yin and Yang come from Lao Zi, the founder of Taoism, and a classic Confucian text, the I Ching.