Zhuangzi

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Zhuang·zi

 (jwäng′dzŭ′)
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Zhuangzi

(ˈʒwæŋˈziː) or

Chuang-tzu

n
(Biography) ?369–286 bc, Chinese philosopher, who greatly influenced Chinese religion through the book of Taoist philosophy that bears his name
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For inspiration, I read the Tao Te Ching, written about 500 B.C., Chaung Tzu and the I Ching.
Lao tzu and Chaung tzu. Gandhi when he speaks of satyagraha.