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  • Lao-tse, the founder of Taoism, taught it to his disciples in the Valley of the Han.

    How to Win Friends and Influence People

  • Twenty-five centuries ago, Lao-tse, a Chinese sage, said some things that readers of this book might use today:

    How to Win Friends and Influence People

  • Slack was known to the Buddha—to Lao-tse—to Jesus—to Billy Graham—to all the great Avatars.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • Slack was known to the Buddha—to Lao-tse—to Jesus—to Billy Graham—to all the great Avatars.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • Slack was known to the Buddha—to Lao-tse—to Jesus—to Billy Graham—to all the great Avatars.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • When Lao-tse wrote that 'the sage is ruthless and treats the people as straw dogs,' he provided an epigraph for the cruel frivolities of John Hawkes's and John Barth's latest fiction, in which the hapless characters are raped, carved up, burned with cigarettes, bestialized.

    Straw Dogs

  • But ‘muddied water,’ says Lao-tse, ‘let stand, will become clear.’

    The Power of Positive Thinking

  • Twenty-five centuries ago, Lao-tse, a Chinese sage, said some things that readers of this book might use today:

    How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job

  • Lao-tse, the founder of Taoism, taught it to his disciples in the Valley of the Han twenty-five centuries ago.

    How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job

  • Twenty-five centuries ago, Lao-tse, a Chinese sage, said some things that readers of this book might use today:

    How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job

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