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  • ...ress: Boston</ref> <ref name=sgt>Wong, E. (1997). ''The shambhala guide to taoism.'' Shambhala Press: Boston.</ref> ...Confucius, that would place the origins of this work roughly within the late 5th to early 8th centuries BCE.
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  • ...asic document of [[Daoism]], attributed to [[Lao Tse|Laozi]]; probably written between 8th and 5th centuries BCE and revised until 3rd or 2nd centuries B
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  • ==Other related topics== {{r|Three Teachings}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Tao Te Ching]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Tao Te Ching]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Tao Te Ching]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Tao Te Ching]]
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  • ...ress: Boston</ref> <ref name=sgt>Wong, E. (1997). ''The shambhala guide to taoism.'' Shambhala Press: Boston.</ref> ...Confucius, that would place the origins of this work roughly within the late 5th to early 8th centuries BCE.
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  • ...oks: New York.</ref> and the author of the classic of Taoism, the [[Tao Te Ching]], or the 'Classic of the Way and Its Power'. ...ore elegantly, “the old boy.” <ref>Mitchell, Stephen. (1991). ''Tao Te Ching'' Harper Perennial</ref>
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  • ...id to be the author of the ''[[Daodejing]]'' (''Tao Te Ching''), the basic text of [[Daoism]].
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  • ...d Relationality'' excerpt] Fordham University Press.</ref> In brief, the attempt is to gain and express knowledge of God by describing what God is ''not' ...ions about the nature of God, it speaks by way of negation. Examples of statements made by those adhering to negative theology include:
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  • ...3 [[Gaylactic Spectrum Award|Gaylactic Spectrum Hall of Fame]], also nominated 2001) ...and [[Ditmar Award]] nominee, 1975; [[Prometheus Award]], 1993, also nominated 1989, 1990, 1991)
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  • ...largest nation in [[East Asia]] and is claimed by two competing, rival states: ...cognise only one China. The capital city of China is [[Beijing]], which hosted the [[2008 Summer Olympics]].
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  • ...in conversation with former U.S. President [[George W. Bush]] at the [[White House]].]][[Buddhism]] is a religion with millions of followers in [[North ...sm, it has yet to be established that it made a corresponding impact on Western thought.
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  • ...s often been populated by multiple cultures and/or governed by multiple states simultaneously. ...lization has been found, and that therefore more effort should be concentrated on finding more evidence in the Central Plains.
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