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I think the translations of James Legge and Thomas Cleary are also worth it.
A book of moving, funny, sad, chaotic, intuitive parables, stories, allegories and anecdotes that feel like they're speaking to you directly from over 2000 years ago.
This book offers a new perspective of the world in a way that is interesting, thought provoking, and timeless.
Good and complete book. Like this book. Need to devote time to read this book.Published 3 months ago by Gandhi Kannadhasan
This book jumps right into classy Chinese philosophy. Its funny It's meaningful. Its a great read. I cant wait to finsh the last hundred pages. oh yeah and it's not short.Published 8 months ago by Timothy Wessel
It is a good and accessible translation. Although I read the original Chinese which is not easy to understand since it is the classical Chinese that is difficult for non scholars. Read morePublished 19 months ago by MSWu
I have read the Tao Te Ching 2 or 3 times a year every year of my adult life. This book has expanded my understand of "The Way" immeasurably. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Murl E. Aldridge
One of my top two favorite books, this was in good condition, and is now in worse condition since I read it so much!Published on December 14, 2012 by Thomas G
I loved this book. Although, I skipped anything involving Confucious, as contention is not my take on the dao. Read morePublished on October 6, 2012 by J. Hall
The Chuang Tzu contains a diverse collection of anecdotes, stories, parables and dialogues. Together with the Tao Te Ching it can be considered the most important book of classical... Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Ram Lee