Daoism

  • (noun): Philosophical system developed by of Lao-tzu and Chuang-tzu advocating a simple honest life and noninterference with the course of natural events.
    Synonyms: Taoism

Some articles on daoism:

Society Of The Song Dynasty - Religion and Philosophy
... Further information Religion in China and Chinese philosophy Ancient Chinese Daoism, ancestor worship, and foreign-originated Buddhism were the most prominent religious practices in the Song period ... Daoism developed largely from the teachings of the Daodejing, attributed to the 6th century BC philosopher Laozi ("Old Master"), considered one of the Three Pure. 5th through the 10th centuries, although Daoism continued to thrive in Song China ...
Sima Tan
... He studied astronomy with Tang Du, the I Ching under Yang He, and Daoism under Master Huang ... jia) Confucianism (儒家 Rujia), Daoism (道家 Daojia), Legalism (法家 Fajia), Mohism (墨家 Mojia), School of Names (名家 Mingjia), and School of Naturalists ... schools, it is rather biased towards Daoism as Sima Tan was a follower of Huang-Lao, an early Han form of Daoism ...
Influence of Daoism On Lu Jiuyuan
... There is a real and significant influence of Daoism on Lu's philosophy ... concept of spontaneity is the central point of Daoism ... According to Daoism, an ideal ruler is the king who has cultivated quiescence (stillness) to such a level that he can act harmoniously and spontaneously to any situation ...
Wei Huacun - Overview
... point she became a libation pourer in the priesthood of the Celestial Masters sect of Daoism ... which would become the foundation of Shangqing Daoism ... Shangqing has sometimes been described as a "mystical" form of Daoism, emphasizing the notion of the human body as a microcosm containing universal energies, which could be actualized by ecstatic union with ...