Daoism Bibliography

Clarke, J.J. The TaoThe term dao (or tao) literally the “path,” or “way,” has been employed in Chinese religious and philosophical traditions, including Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity. In general usage, the Tao refers to the proper way to act... of the West (New York: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group), 2000.

Crawford, Sandy. “The New England Center of Tao: A Preliminary Study.” Pluralism Project Research, 1991.

Despeux, Catherine and Livia Kohn. Women in DaoismThe Daoist tradition incorporates a highly diverse range of philosophical, religious, and folk values and practices, all of which share a concern for realigning human life so that it is in better accord with the natural rhythms of the universe. Symbols of... (Cambridge, MA: Three Pines Press), 2003.

Girardot, N. J., James Miller and Liu Xiaogan (eds.). Daoism and Ecology (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Center for the Study of World Religions / Harvard University Press), 2001.

Hoff, Benjamin. The Tao of Pooh (New York: Penguin Books), 1983.

Kohn, Livia (ed.). DaoistThe Daoist tradition incorporates a highly diverse range of philosophical, religious, and folk values and practices, all of which share a concern for realigning human life so that it is in better accord with the natural rhythms of the universe. Symbols of... Identity: History, Lineage and Ritual (Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press), 2002.

Kohn, Livia (ed.). TaoistThe Daoist tradition incorporates a highly diverse range of philosophical, religious, and folk values and practices, all of which share a concern for realigning human life so that it is in better accord with the natural rhythms of the universe. Symbols of... MeditationMeditation is the disciplined practice of quieting and focusing the mind or cultivating the heart’s attention. Different meditation practices commend focusing attention on a word, a prayer, a form, or the breath as a way of practice. Meditation is commo... and Longevity Techniques (Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan), 1989.

Loya, JosephIn the Christian tradition, Joseph is the earthly father of Jesus and husband of Mary, the mother of Jesus. A., Wan-li Ho, and Chang-shin Jih. The Tao of JesusJesus is the historical figure considered by Christians to be the Christ, the Messiah, whose life and teachings, death and resurrection give clear evidence of God’s love for humankind. Jesus was born shortly before the death of Herod the Great (d. 4 BCE...: An Experiment in Inter-Traditional Understanding (New York: Paulist Press), 1998.

Liu Xiaogan, “Taoism” in Our Religions. Arvind Sharma (ed.) (San Francisco: Harper SanFrancisco), 1993.

Miller, James. Daoism: A Short Introduction (Oxford: OneWorld Publications), 2003.

Moore, Cornelia N. and Lucy Lower (eds.). “The American Conquest of Philosophical Taoism” in Translation East and West: A Cross-Cultural Approach (Honolulu: University of Hawaii College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature and the East-West Center), 2000.

Red Pine (Bill Porter). Lao-tzu’s Taoteching (San Francisco: Mercury House), 1996.

Waley, Arthur. Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China (London: Allen and Unwin), 1939.

Watson, Burton (transTransgender is a term that refers to a range of unconventional relationships to gender. Transgender people do not identify with the sex and gender roles they were assigned at birth, and they may feel that their psychological gender and physical bodies are....). The Complete Works of Chuang-tzu (New York: Columbia University Press), 1968.

Welch, Holmes. TaoismThe Daoist tradition incorporates a highly diverse range of philosophical, religious, and folk values and practices, all of which share a concern for realigning human life so that it is in better accord with the natural rhythms of the universe. Symbols of..., the Parting of the Way (Boston: Beacon Press), 1966.

Wing-tsit Chan (trans.). The Way of Lao Tzu (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company), 1963.