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Tao Te Ching
Translated by James Legge

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Tao Te Ching, Dao De Jing, Daodejing, the Laozi The often enigmatic Tao Te Ching is ascribed to the ancient Taoist Lao Tzu, also called Laozi.

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TAO-TE CHING, DAO DE JING, JAMES LEGGE - and Botticelli. Primavera, c. 1482. The detail of the Three Graces from the cleaned state of the painting here intimates Taos.
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This is Tao Teh King (Tao-te Ching) from the Sacred Books of the East series. The translator James Legge (1815-97) was a first professor of Chinese at Oxford University (1876-97), and took part in preparing the Sacred Books of the East series of 50 volumes between 1879 and 1891.

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