Daoism, Ethics, and Faith: The Invisible "Goodness" of Life.
Posted on 17. Mar, 2011 by James Miller
|Title||Daoism, Ethics, and Faith: The Invisible "Goodness" of Life.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Authors||Bockover, Mary I.|
|Journal||Journal of Daoist Studies|
|Pagination||139 - 153|
|Publisher||Three Pines Press|
|Keywords||China, CHUANG Tzu, History, Laozi, Life, Religion, RELIGIOUS aspects, Taoism|
The article focuses on religious and philosophical perception of life, rooted from Daoism principle developed by Lao Tsu and Chuang Tzu. It explains views of Daoism regarding the goodness of life and it seeks to justify its principle through experiences. It offers comparisons on two different perceptions of life, as well as examples of what living a good life involves.