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Zhuangzi

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Works: 2,242 works in 5,072 publications in 11 languages and 39,871 library holdings
Genres: Juvenile works  Folklore  Sacred books  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Illustrated works  Quotations  Caricatures and cartoons  Biography  Sources  History 
Roles: Author, Attributed name, Originator, Translator, Bibliographic antecedent, Creator, Contributor, Author in quotations or text abstracts, Other
Classifications: BL1900.C5, 181.09514
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The sayings of Chuang Chou by Zhuangzi( Book )

519 editions published between 1533 and 2016 in 9 languages and held by 1,671 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ben shu bao han le zhong ying wen liang zhong yu yan de " zhuang zi " , bing dui qi jin xing le zhu shi
Three ways of thought in ancient China by Arthur Waley( Book )

19 editions published between 1939 and 2011 in English and German and held by 1,601 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Arthur Waley, whose books and translations have done so much to bring the literature and thought of China and Japan to English readers, has created a charming book by weaving together the words of the Chinese philosophers themselves with background history and explanatory comment
The Wisdom of Laotse by Laozi( Book )

8 editions published between 1948 and 1976 in English and held by 1,316 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contains the "Book of Tao," each chapter of which is followed by a comparable passage from Chuangtse's writings; supplemented by "Prolegomena" and "Imaginary conversations between Laotse and Confucius" by Chuangtse
The way of Chuang-Tzŭ by Zhuangzi( Book )

45 editions published between 1965 and 2015 in 7 languages and held by 1,129 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A collection of readings from the Taoist philosopher Chuang-tzu, selected and freely interpreted
The complete works of Chuang Tzu by Zhuangzi( Book )

42 editions published between 1968 and 2002 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,118 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The inner chapters by Zhuangzi( Book )

44 editions published between 1974 and 2014 in 4 languages and held by 887 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Selected from a founding classic of Taoism, these chapters are the only portions believed to be the work of Chuang Tzu himself. "On their deepest level, the Inner Chapters are a meditation on the mysteries of knowledge iteself."--Jacket
Basic writings by Zhuangzi( Book )

15 editions published between 1964 and 2003 in English and held by 607 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The basic writings of Chuang Tzu have been savored by Chinese readers for more than two thousand years. And Burton Watson's lucid and beautiful translation has been loved by generations of readers. Chuang Tzu (369?-286? B.C.) was a leading philosopher representing the Taoist strain in Chinese thought. Using parable and anecdote, allegory and paradox, he set forth, in the book that bears his name, the early ideas of what was to become the Taoist school. Central to these is the belief that only by understanding Tao (the Way of Nature) and dwelling in its unity can man achieve true happiness and freedom, in both life and death. Chuang Tzu: Basic Writings includes the seven "inner chapters, " which form the heart of the book, three of the "outer chapters, " and one of the "miscellaneous chapters." Watson also provides an introduction, which places the philosopher in relation to Chinese history and thought. Witty and imaginative, enriched by brilliant imagery, and making sportive use of both mythological and historical personages (including even Confucius), this timeless classic is sure to appeal to anyone interested in Chinese religion and culture
Chuang tzŭ, Taoist philosopher and Chinese mystic by Zhuangzi( Book )

31 editions published between 1926 and 2005 in English and Undetermined and held by 459 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The essential Chuang Tzu by Zhuangzi( Book )

8 editions published between 1998 and 1999 in English and held by 458 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The ancient Chinese text known as CHUANG TZU has been translated into English many times, but never with the freshness, accessibility, and accuracy of this remarkable rendering--the result of a unique collaboration between one of America's premier poet-translators and a leading Chinese scholar. At turns playful and acerbic, the book presents a philosophy of life that is politically radical and deeply spiritual
Chuang tzŭ: mystic, moralist, and social reformer by Zhuangzi( Book )

45 editions published between 1889 and 2012 in English and held by 451 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The book of Chuang Tzu by Zhuangzi( Book )

9 editions published between 1966 and 2006 in English and held by 405 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"One of the great founders of Taoism, Chuang Tzu lived in the fourth century BC and is among the most enjoyable and intriguing personalities in the whole of Chinese philosophy. Like the Lieh Tzu and the Tao Te Ching, the Chuang Tzu perceives the Tao - the Way of Nature - not as a term to be explained but as a path to walk. 'The Tao that is clear is not the Tao'; experience is all." "The Book of Chuang Tzu enters into debate with logic and dances around philosophy, making Confucian earnestness - along with the pretensions of emperors, bureaucrats and sages - the frequent butt of its jokes. Radical and subversive, employing wit, humour and shock-tactics, the Chuang Tzu is concerned not with government but with the life and growth of the individual spirit."--Jacket
Wandering on the way : early Taoist tales and parables of Chuang Tzu by Zhuangzi( Book )

12 editions published between 1994 and 2006 in English and Undetermined and held by 392 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Although less well known in the West than the Tao Te Ching, the work of Chuang Tzu is every bit its equal as a classic of Taoist thought. But this collection of tales, poems, and parables is also one of the wittiest and most playful books in world literature. In this vivid, contemporary translation, Victor Mair captures the quintessential life and spirit of Chuang Tzu while remaining faithful tot he original text"--Back cover
Basic writings by Zhuangzi( Book )

14 editions published between 1964 and 1996 in English and Undetermined and held by 368 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The basic writings of Chuang Tzu have been savored by Chinese readers for more than two thousand years. And Burton Watson's lucid and beautiful translation has been loved by generations of readers. Chuang Tzu (369?-286? B.C.) was a leading philosopher representing the Taoist strain in Chinese thought. Using parable and anecdote, allegory and paradox, he set forth, in the book that bears his name, the early ideas of what was to become the Taoist school. Central to these is the belief that only by understanding Tao (the Way of Nature) and dwelling in its unity can man achieve true happiness and freedom, in both life and death. Chuang Tzu: Basic Writings includes the seven "inner chapters," which form the heart of the book, three of the "outer chapters," and one of the "miscellaneous chapters." Watson also provides an introduction, which places the philosopher in relation to Chinese history and thought. Witty and imaginative, enriched by brilliant imagery, and making sportive use of both mythological and historical personages (including even Confucius), this timeless classic is sure to appeal to anyone interested in Chinese religion and culture
Chuang-tzu : a new selected translation with an exposition of the philosophy of Kuo Hsiang by Zhuangzi( Book )

35 editions published between 1931 and 2016 in English and Spanish and held by 334 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book reprints an ancient Chinese work from the late Warring States period (3rd century BC) that contains stories and anecdotes exemplifying the carefree nature of the ideal Taoist sage. Chuang Tzu's philosophy represents the main current of Taoist teachings, and his text is widely regarded as both deeply insightful and a great achievement in the Chinese poetical essay form. The version presented was translated by Feng Yu-lan, the famous Chinese philosopher, who puts more emphasis on Chuang Tzu's philosophy than do previous attempts. William James once said that every great philosopher has a personal vision. When one has grasped that vision, the whole system can be easily understood. And Crocé once said that the greater a philosophical system is, the simpler the central idea. Although the present translation is limited to the first seven chapters of Chuang Tzu's writings, it accurately conveys his main vision and ideas
Musings of a Chinese mystic; selections from the philosophy of Chuang Tzŭ by Zhuangzi( Book )

50 editions published between 1906 and 2008 in English and Italian and held by 324 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Zhuangzi speaks : the music of nature by Zhizhong Cai( Book )

4 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 289 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Selections from the sayings of Zhuangzi rendered into cartoon form and translated into English
Chuang-tzŭ : the seven inner chapters and other writings from the book Chuang-tzŭ by Zhuangzi( Book )

22 editions published between 1981 and 2001 in English and held by 253 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Inner Chapters are the oldest pieces of the larger collection of writings by several fourth, third, and second century B.C. authors that constitute the classic of Taoism, the Chuang-Tzŭ (or Zhuangzi). It is this core of ancient writings that is ascribed to Chuang-Tzŭ himself
Zhuangzi : basic writings by Zhuangzi( Book )

5 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and held by 250 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Only by understanding Dao (the Way of Nature) and dwelling in its unity can humankind achieve true happiness and freedom, in both life and death. This is the central tenet of the philosophy espoused by Zhuangzi (369?-286?BC) in the book that bears his name. A leading philosopher of the Daoist strain, Zhuangzi used parable and anecdote, allegory and paradox, to set forth the early ideas of what was to become the Daoist school. Witty and imaginative, enriched by brilliant imagery, and making sportive use of both mythological and historical personages (including even Confucius), this is a timeless classic
Reden und gleichnisse des Tschuan-tse by Zhuangzi( Book )

53 editions published between 1910 and 2007 in German and held by 231 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Complete works of Zhuangzi by Zhuangzi( Book )

6 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 73 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Only by inhabiting Dao (the Way of Nature) and dwelling in its unity can humankind achieve true happiness and freedom, in both life and death. This is Daoist philosophy's central tenet, espoused by the person?or group of people?known as Zhuangzi (369?-286? B.C.E.) in a text by the same name. To be free, individuals must discard rigid distinctions between good and bad, right and wrong, and follow a course of action not motivated by gain or striving. When one ceases to judge events as good or bad, man-made suffering disappears and natural suffering is embraced as part of life. Zhuangzi elucidates
 
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The complete works of Chuang Tzu
Alternative Names

controlled identityZhuang, Zhou

Changja.

Changja 周

Changju.

Changju 周

Chng Chú

Chouang, Chou

Chuang , Chou

Chuang Chou 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Chuang, Chou, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Chuang Chou, ca 369-ca 286 f.Kr.

Chuang-Chou ca. v4./3. Jh.

Chuang, Chou 周

Chuang Dsi ca. v4./3. Jh.

Chuang Master ca. v4./3. Jh.

Chuang Tse

Chuang-tse, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Chuang-tse, ca 369-ca 286 f.Kr.

Chuang-tse ca. v4./3. Jh.

Chuang Tse 周

Chuang Tsi

Chuang-tsi, ca 369-ca 286 f.Kr.

Chuang Tsu

Chuang-tsu ca. v4./3. Jh.

Chuang-Tze

Chuang, Tze, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Chuang , Tzu

Chuang-tzu 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Chuang-tzǔ, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Chuang-tzu, ca 369-ca 286 f.Kr.

Chuang-tzŭ ca. v4./3. Jh.

Chuang-tzu 周

Chuang Zi ca. v4./3. Jh.

Chuangtzu 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Chuangtzu ca. v4./3. Jh.

Chwang, Chow

Chwang, Chow 周

Chwang-tse.

Chwang-tse 周

Chwang, Tszě, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Chzhuan ying tuozy 周

Chzhuant︠s︡zy

Ciuang ze

Çjuan Tszı

Cŏng-cṳ̄

Csuang Csou

Čuang-c'

Čuang-c', asi 380 př. Kr.-320 př. Kr.

Čuang Ce

Čuang Čou, asi 380 př. Kr.-320 př. Kr.

Čuang-Tse, asi 380 př. Kr.-320 př. Kr.

C̆uang-tsi

Čuangce

Čžuanczy.

Czuang-dze.

Czuang-tsy

Czuang-Tsy ca. v4./3. Jh.

Czuang-tsy 周

Dschuang-Dse

Dschuang-dse ca. v4./3. Jh.

Dschuang-Dse 周

Dschuang-Dsi

Dschuang Dsi, asi 380 př. Kr.-320 př. Kr.

Dschuang dsi, ca 369-ca 286 f.Kr.

Dschuang-dsi ca. v4./3. Jh.

Dschuang Dsi 周

Dschuang-Tsi

Dsi, Dschuang ca. v4./3. Jh.

Dsuang-Tse

Džuandzi

Ĝuangzio

Huanguang-tsi 周

Jangja

Jangja B.C. 369?-B.C. 286?

Ḳṿang-tseh

Kwang-tse

Kwang-tse ca. v4./3. Jh.

Kwang-tsze.

Kwang-tsze ca. v4./3. Jh.

Kwang-tsze 周

Kwang-Zze ca. v4./3. Jh.

Kwuang-tsze

Maestro Zhuang

Maître Tchouang 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Maître Zhuang 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Mistrz Zhuang.

Nan-hua-chen-jen 周

Nan hua zhen ren 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Nanhua zhen ren 周

Nanhua zhenren 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Sō-shi

Sō-shi 周

So, Shu

Sōji

Sōji 周

Sōshi

Soshi, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Sōshi 周

Tchang ca. v4./3. Jh.

Tchoan-gsee

Tchoang-tzeu.

Tchoang-tzeu, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tchoang-Tzeu ca. v4./3. Jh.

Tchouang <maître>

Tchouang, Tcheou

Tchouang Tcheou 0370-0300 av. J.C.

Tchouang-tseu.

Tchouang-tseu 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Tchouang Tseu, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tchouang-tseu, ca 369-ca 286 f.Kr.

Tchouang-tseu ca. v4./3. Jh.

Tchouang-tseu philosophe chinois de l'Antiquité

Tchouang-Tseu 周

Tchouangtseu 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Tchwang-Tseh, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Thsêng-tseu, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Trang-t yang 周

Trang-tử

Ts′u’ang-Ṭasah

Ts yin jiang- leiasah 周

Tšānġ-tsih, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tšānġtsih, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tschuang-tse.

Tschuang-tse, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tschuang-tse ca. v4./3. Jh.

Tschuang-tse 周

Tse, Chuang

Tseu, Tchouang ca. v4./3. Jh.

Tsjwang-Tse

Tsjwang-tse, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tsjwang Tze

Tsjwang, Tze, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tsjwang-tze ca. v4./3. Jh.

Tsʹuʼang-Ṭasah

Tšuwānġ-tsih, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tšuwānġtsih, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tswang, Tse

Tswang, Tse, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Tzu, Chuang

Tzu, Chuang ca. v4./3. Jh.

Wei-miao-yüan-t'ung-chen-chün 周

Weimiaoyuantong Zhen jun 周

Zhou, Zhuang.

Zhou, Zhuang ca. v4./3. Jh.

Zhuang

Zhuang Maestro

Zhuang Master

Zhuang Ze.

Zhuang-zhou

Zhuang Zhou 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Zhuang Zhou, asi 380 př. Kr.-320 př. Kr.

Zhuang, Zhou, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Zhuang, Zhou 周

Zhuāng-zǐ

Zhuang Zi 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Zhuang Zi, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Zhuang Zi, ca 369-ca 286 f.Kr.

Zhuang Zi ca. v4./3. Jh.

Zhuang, Zi 周

Zhuang, Zixiu

Zhuang, Zixiu 周

Zhuang Zu.

Zhuangzi

Zhuangzi 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Zhuangzi, ca 369-ca 286 f.Kr.

Zhuangzi ca. v4./3. Jh.

Zhuangzi Chinees filosoof

Zhuangzi chinesischer Philosoph und Dichter

Zhuangzi classic Chinese philosopher

Zhuāngzǐ filosofo e mistico cinese

Zhurang Zhou.

Zi xiu 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

Zi, Zhuang ca. v4./3. Jh.

Zixiu, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

Zixiu 周

Джуандзъ

Чжуан-цзи

Чжуан-цзы китайский философ

Чжуан Чжоу

Чжуанцзы

Чуанг Це

Џуанг-це класичен кинески филозоф

Џуангѕе класичен кинески филозоф

جوانغ زي

چوانگتسی نویسنده و فیلسوف چینی

ਜੁਆਂਗਜ਼ੀ

சுவாங்சீ

จวงจื่อ

ཀྲོའང་ཙེ།

ჯუან-ძი ჩინელი ფილოსოფოსი

자휴 B.C. 369?-B.C. 286?

장가

장자

장주 B.C. 369?-B.C. 286?

좡저우 B.C. 369?-B.C. 286?

좡쯔 B.C. 369?-B.C. 286?

ソウ, シュウ

ソウシ

南華眞人 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

南華真人 周

子休 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

子休, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

子休 周

(周) Changja

(周) Changju

(周) Chuang, Chou

(周) Chuang Tse

(周) Chuang-tzu

(周) Chwang, Chow

(周) Chwang-tse

(周) Chzhuan ying tuozy

(周) Czuang-tsy

(周) Dschuang-Dse

(周) Dschuang Dsi

(周) Huanguang-tsi

(周) Kwang-tsze

(周) Nan-hua-chen-jen

(周) Nanhua zhen ren

(周) Sō-shi

(周) Sōji

(周) Sōshi

(周) Tchouang-Tseu

(周) Trang-t yang

(周) Ts yin jiang- leiasah

(周) Tschuang-tse

(周) Wei-miao-yüan-t'ung-chen-chün

(周) Weimiaoyuantong Zhen jun

(周) Zhuang, Zhou

(周) Zhuang, Zi

(周) Zhuang, Zixiu

(周) Zixiu

(周) 南華真人

(周) 子休

(周) 莊子

(周) 莊子休

(周) 微妙元通真君

壮子

莊, 周

庄 周 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

莊, 周 ca. v4./3. Jh.

莊子

荘子 0369?-0286? av. J.C.

庄子, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

莊子 ca. v4./3. Jh.

庄子.t南华経

庄子 中国战国时期思想家

莊子 周

莊子.莊子

莊子休

莊子休 周

莊周

莊周, 0370-0300 av. J.-C.

庄周, c.365 B.C.-c.290 B.C.

微妙元通真君 周

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