This section provides links to online resources for further study of Tao and Taoism issues.
> Introduction to Taoism by Huston Smith (PDF)
> Daoism and Ecology by James Miller > >
>Taoist resources at Terebess.hu
The Complete Tao-te ching
> A comparative version (Legge, Suzuki, Goddard) plus Chinese version. > > > > > > >
>Tao-te ching - A matrix translation with Chinese text (PDF).
>Chinese version with vocabulary and English explanation of each character.
>A few comments on Tao-te ching by D. C. Lau.
>175+ translations of the first chapter.
>Sixty interactive translations provided by Mobilewords Limited.
>A short introduction to the Guodian Lao-tzu (PDF).
> Tao-te ching dictionary provides explanation of the main terms and concepts of the book from a personal point of view. >
>The Living Dao: The Art and Way of Living a Rich & Truthful Life (PDF)
> Introduction to I-ching, by Richard Wilhelm.
> Foreword to the English version (Wilhelm/Baynes), by Carl Jung. Richard Wilhelm. James Legge. > More resources >
> More resourceshere.
>Unveiling the Mystery of the I Ching (ebook online)
> Translation by Burton Watson (full text). > Translation by > Translation by > Translation by
> Translation byHerbet Giles (several chapters).
> Translation byJames Legge (full text).
> Translation byLin Yutang (several chapters) with an introduction by T. B. Konnes.
> Lao Tzu and Tao Te Ching provides teachings about Lao-tzu and Tao-te ching, biography of author, philosophy of the book and seveeral commentaries, namely on chapters 1-10.
> The Chronology of Chinese Dynasties, by Dr. Laurentiu Teodorescu (PDF). > > > > > > >
>Glossary of Taoism terms
>Pinyin to Wade-Giles Conversion Table
>The First Lines of Tao-te ching (81Kb - jpg)
>Map of the 6-th Century China (149Kb - jpeg)
>Myths and legends of China by E.T.C. Verner (Project Gutenberg)
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