The Sayings of Lao Tzu

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Introduction

1 Tao in its Transcendental Aspect, and in its Physical Manifestation
2 Tao as a Moral Principle, or 'Virtue'
3 The Doctrine of Inaction
4 Lowliness and Humility
5 Government
6 War
7 Paradoxes
8 Miscellaneous Sayings and Precepts
9 Lao Tzu on Himself