The Tao Te Ching For The 21st Century by Stanley Bronstein

The Tao Te Ching For The 21st Century

By Stanley Bronstein

  • Release Date: 2011-05-31
  • Genre: Philosophy
Score: 3.5
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Description

This book contains commentaries and analysis of Lao Tzu's classic - the Tao Te Ching. Tao Te Ching translates as "The Way to Heaven."

Reviews

  • Nope

    1
    By cadeon924
    Misses the point on everything.
  • Meh

    1
    By Axleonex
    I'll have to agree with the negative reviews on this one. I prefer interpreting things on my own, as oppose to hearing someone else's interpretation.
  • Disappointing

    1
    By OnAlert
    The Tao text is contained in this book, but the understanding of it is lacking. The Tao is not just about 'balance'. The commentary sounds like something a freshman in college might write. He totally misses non-duality as central to The Way's theme. He argues with the Tao instead of being its student. I removed from my library to bring me more peace of mind. While the book might be free, it comes with a steep price of cloaking the teachings into a simple formula for life.
  • The Best Tao Te Ching book in ebook store! By FAR!

    5
    By Jsuh1022
    It was simply translated, author clearly stated his point of view, and it was free. What more can you ask for? Great book.
  • Not Tao

    1
    By Taogirl
    I think anyone who seriously studies Taoism will be very disappointed with this adaptation and interpretation. It is not The Way and should not be confused with real Taoism.
  • Awful!!!

    1
    By H Chimpden Earwicker
    This version of the Tao Te Ching is awful. AWFUL! I can't believe I'm going to delete a free book, but this is so bad that I don't want it contaminating my bookshelf. Was that a bit harsh? DESERVED!
  • Tao te Ching

    1
    By Zfarmer45678
    The vast majority of the author's interpretations either completely miss the point of the Tao or are of such a Western perspective that they completely misinform the reader. I would advise that before you interpret something, you understand it first.

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