《道家 - Daoism》
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The 神人 of 藐姑射之山
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The Guodian Laozi: Proceedings of the International Conference, Dartmouth College, May 1998 (Early China Special Monograph Series, No. 5)
Chuang-Tzu for Spiritual Transformation: An Analysis of the Inner Chapters
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內篇 - Inner Chapters
外篇 - Outer Chapters
雜篇 - Miscellaneous Chapters 道德經 - Dao De Jing [Spring and Autumn (772 BC - 476 BC)]
列子 - Liezi [Spring and Autumn - Warring States (772 BC - 221 BC)]
說符 鶡冠子 - He Guan Zi [Warring States (475 BC - 221 BC)]
武靈王 文子 - Wenzi
上禮 文始真經 - Wen Shi Zhen Jing
九藥 列仙傳 - Lie Xian Zhuan
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