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  • noun Alternative spelling of Taoism.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun philosophical system developed by Lao-tzu and Chuang-tzu advocating a simple honest life and noninterference with the course of natural events

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Daoism is receiving a lot of support from the Chinese government right now.

    A Church for China

  • Daoism is receiving a lot of support from the Chinese government right now.

    A Church for China

  • Daoism, which is China's only indigenous religion, is based on the Dao (or Tao), the way that underlies all in nature.

    China Real Time Report

  • Daoism, which is China's only indigenous religion, is based on the Dao (or Tao), the way that underlies all in nature.

    China Real Time Report

  • Daoism, which is China's only indigenous religion, is based on the Dao (or Tao), the way that underlies all in nature.

    China Real Time Report

  • Daoism, which is China's only indigenous religion, is based on the Dao (or Tao), the way that underlies all in nature.

    China Real Time Report

  • A new generation of scholars has appeared who are rewriting our understandings of Daoism, which is perceived to be 'China's indigenous high religion'.

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  • Kung fu incorporates not only Buddhist philosophy, but also the philosophy of Taoism (pronounced "Daoism").

    The Transformative Powers of Kung Fu

  • Because of Daoism's “naturalistic” and anti-authoritarian ethos, its inherent focus on “ways,” the term 'Daoism' could encompass virtually any such movement or “local” religion with its familiar natural “Gods.”

    Taoism

  • Even the coining of the term creates ambiguity about what counts as 'Daoism'.

    Taoism

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