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Tao Chia

Subject Religion

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631181392.1995.x


[ xii ] Taoist school. The term is commonly used in recent times to refer to Taoist philosophy as represented in texts such as the T ao te ching , the C huang tzu , the Lieh Tzu and the Huai Nan Tzu ; and in the tradition of philosophical reflection upon these works that includes the neo-Taoist exponents of the Dark Learning (H suan hsueh ) such as Wang Pi (226–49 ce ), Ho Yen (d. 249 ce ) and Kuo Hsiang (d. 312 ce ). In the above sense it is distinguished from T ao chiao (Taoist sect). [21; 55; 115: 163] ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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