The Ultimate Tao Philosophy
What is the ultimate interpretation of Tao philosophy? Can we have a consistent framework without historical mystifications? Can we treat Tao as an ordinary philosophical work that can be applied to common philosophical issues? Why all historical interpretations must be reassessed?
A Complete Reassessment of Tao Philosophy
This is a complete reassessment of Tao philosophy. It is a systematic presentation of a non-dualistic world view, which puts Lao-tzu equal in many ways with the early Greeks and the Buddha. We can now have a coherent interpretation and a consistent translation of the Tao-te-ching. With this reassessment, many characteristics of Tao have not been properly interpreted.
This is the second book in the Searching-for-Tao Series. This first book, Dynamic Tao and Its Manifestations, invoke modern sciences, which resemble Tao philosophy in its non-dualistic view in the physical world. In modern sciences: what has changed is the way we think; nothing in nature was changed. Once we make similar change in our minds, we can reconstruct a consistent Tao philosophy. The result is the Principle of Oneness, which is also the central themes of many ancient and modern philosophies.
Within the Principle of Oneness, there is no paradox and self-contradiction in Tao philosophy, or other common ancient philosophy.