Lao-tse


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Lao Tzu

also Lao-tse or Lao·zi  (lou′dzŭ′) fl. sixth century bc?
Chinese philosopher who is traditionally regarded as the founder of Taoism. The Tao Te Ching is attributed to him.
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Noun1.Lao-tse - Chinese philosopher regarded as the founder of Taoism (6th century BC)Lao-tse - Chinese philosopher regarded as the founder of Taoism (6th century BC)
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El mayor conquistador es aquel que sabe vencer sin batalla", este adagio del filosofo chino Lao-Tse trasluce como un hilo conductor que vincula un acapite tras otro; acompanando la lectura con preguntas provocativas que incitan a la reflexion.
lt;<El mayor conquistador es aquel que sabe vencer sin batalla>>: este adagio del filosofo chino Lao-Tse trasluce como un hilo conductor que vincula un acapite tras otro, acompanando la lectura con preguntas provocativas que incitan a la reflexion.
Sin embargo, desde los mas remotos anarquistas, como Lao-Tse y Zenon de Cirio, hasta Albert Camus, pasando por Godwin, Thoreau, Proudhom y Gandhi, la ausencia de autoridad solo es posible si existe una profunda fuerza moral en los individuos que forman el comun.
Rather, his ideas emanate from Eastern and Western philosophy, ranging from Lao-Tse and Bodhidharma to Plato, Hegel, and Heidegger.
to the working out of a universal rationalist religion, divested of all the mystical elements of modern Christianity - a religion which, he says, would be equally acceptable to the Christian, the Buddhist, the Hebrew, the Musulman [Muslim], the follower of Lao-tse and also to the Freethinkers and to every ethical philosopher (The Times, 15 November 1991).