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Sam Bishop EALC 110 Lecture notes 1/30/2007 Dao = Way The Confucian Way is the way of moral rightness The Daoism (Daoist) Way Daode jing = way virtue classic Laozi wrote the Daode jing Li Dan- book keeper, expert on ritual Dao: how to be a good Daoist -hidden, nameless, subtle essence, manifest, nonbeing, clear, There is an aspect of the Dao that we cannot name- it is called the Way because that is the only thing one can think of The Dao Way is not a way of moral action The Way transcends ways of time and space- its always in motion, and never changes in its hidden aspect, it can’t be measured or perceived- it has no beginning and no end- its not a thing or a being- its not a God, has no feelings, no consciousness- its greater than heaven and earth- it’s the means that heaven and earth came into being. The Way is supreme natural law where things come to be on their own. Simplicity- completely natural, sometimes called the One- the grand uunifying
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2007 for the course EALC 110g taught by Professor Hayden during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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