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The World's Religions Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter V, Taoism, Conclusion, Summary

Huston Smith
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Chapter V, Taoism, Conclusion, Summary and Analysis

Taoism and Confucianism circle around each other somewhat like the yin and the yang and the result has been a far richer Chinese culture than if neither had ever appeared. To the Western mind, Taoism may seem as enigmatic as its legendary founder, Chuang Tzu. The Tao Te Ching remains a remarkable book that awakens the idea that the Tao is within us.

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