Tao Te Ching

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Tao Te Ching
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Ink on silk manuscript o the Tao Te Ching, 2nt century BC, unyirdit frae Mawangdui
AuthorLaozi (tradeetionally creditit)
Oreeginal teetle道德經
KintraCheenae (Zhou)
LeidClessical Cheenese
GenreFilosofie
Publication date
4t century BC
Published in Inglis
1868
Oreeginal text
道德經 at Cheenese Wikisource
TranslationTao Te Ching at Wikisource
Tao Te Ching
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Tradeetional Cheenese道德經
Simplifee'd Cheenese道德经
Leeteral meanin"Classic of the Way and Virtue"
Laozi's Tao Te Ching
Tradeetional Cheenese老子道德經
Simplifee'd Cheenese老子道德经
Daode Zhenjing
Tradeetional Cheenese道德真經
Simplifee'd Cheenese道德真经
Leeteral meanin"Sutra of the Way and Its Power"
Other names
Laozi (Chinese characters).svg
"Laozi" in seal script (tap) an regular (bottom) Cheenese chairacters
Laozi
Cheenese老子
Leeteral meanin"Auld Master"
5000-Chairacter Clessic
Cheenese五千文
Leeteral meanin"The 5000 Chairacters"

The Tao Te Ching, [tâu tɤ̌ tɕíŋ] ( listen)), Semplifee'd: 道德经, Pinyin: Dao De Jing,[lower-alpha 1] is a Cheenese clessic text tradeetionally creditit tae the 6t-century BC sage Laozi.

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  1. Less common umwhile romanisations include Tao-te-king,[1] Tau Tĕh King[2] and Tao Teh King.[3][4]

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