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Dao

In ancient China, a political subdivision roughly equivalent to a province.
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Alongside the above popular forms of Taoism, and in great contrast to them, there is a current of Taoism which is remarkably simple, yet profound.
This section incorporates insights from both Taoism and Maori philosophy, in an approach that takes seriously the notion of 'working the hyphen' in cross-cultural collaborative inquiry, as explained by Alison Jones, with Kuni Jenkins (2008).
Taoism is a divine principle which underlies the natural world.
does not explore the background of John in the apocalyptic and wisdom traditions of ancient Israel or the points of contact and conflict between ancient Jewish apocalyptic and wisdom and the world of Taoism.
Christine Mollier's Buddhism and Taoism Face to Face is a study of the relationship between Buddhism and Daoism in medieval China, especially in the Dunhuang region.
In which country did the religion of Taoism originate?
Many of the tales contain elements of Taoism a 2500-year-old religion and philosophy of China.
If you look up Taoism you find its guiding ideals are "compassion, moderation and humility".
The Chinese government only recognizes Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Protestantism and Roman Catholicism as the country's official religions.
The seven choices for respondents aged 10 years or more are listed as: Christianity, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Islam, Other Religions and No Religion.
Morrison suggests that Taoism "becomes a homeland, providing a center for the self" (10) in Durrell's fiction and concludes: "Many of the ideas to which Durrell attempted to give voice in his early work seem to achieve clarification and come to fruition in the light of Taoism" (445).
Falun Gong, established in 1992 by Li Hongzhi who is reportedly residing in the United States after fleeing China in 1998 to avoid persecution, teaches meditation exercises with mixed elements of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism.