Contains the keyword Daoism

Goldin, P. R. (2006).  The Cultural and Religious Background of Sexual Vampirism in Ancient China.. Theology & Sexuality: The Journal of the Institute for the Study of Christianity & Sexuality. 12, 285–307. Abstract
Han, A. (2008).  Building a Harmonious Society and Achieving Individual Harmony.. Journal of Chinese Political Science. 13, 143–164. Abstract
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Nixon, D. V. (2006).  The Environmental Resonance of Daoist Moving Meditations.. Worldviews: Environment Culture Religion. 10, 380–403. Abstract
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Goussev, M. (2006).  The Tao of Dow. Symposion: A Journal of Russian Thought (Vol.13, 2008, ISSN: 1521-2149, Charles Schlacks Jr. Publisher).. 13,
Paracka Jr., D. J. (2012).  China's Three Teachings and the Relationship of Heaven, Earth and Humanity.. Worldviews: Environment Culture Religion. 16(1), 73 - 98. Abstract
Zeng, W. (2012).  The Different Views on Life between Daoism and Destructive Cult.. Asian Social Science. 8(13), 264 - 268. Abstract
Levinovitz, A. J. (2012).  The concept of toy---at play with the Zhuangzi. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 238. Abstract
Levinovitz, A. J. (2012).  The concept of toy---at play with the Zhuangzi. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 238. Abstract
Chen, Y. - C. (2012).  The idea of nature in the Daoist classic of Liezi. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 271. Abstract
Chen, Y. - C. (2012).  The idea of nature in the Daoist classic of Liezi. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 271. Abstract
Wang, Y. (2007).  Deconstruction and the ethical in Asian thought. Routledge studies in Asian religion and philosophyDeconstruction and the ethical in Asian thought. Abstract
Jing, A. (2008).  The Longshan Daoist caves. Artibus asiae. LXVIII(1), 7 - 56.
Qiu, P. (2001).  Onitsura's makoto and the Daoist concept of the natural. Philosophy East and West. 51(2), 232 - 246.
Wilson, V. (1995).  Cosmic raiment: Daoist traditions of liturgical clothing. Orientations (Hong Kong). 26(5), 42 - 49. Abstract
Wong, D. B. (2009).  Identifying with nature in early Daoism. Journal of Chinese philosophy. 36(4), 568 - 584.
Wang, R. R. (2009).  Kundao: a lived body in female Daoism. Journal of Chinese philosophy. 36(2), 277 - 292.
DeBernardi, J. (2009).  "Remaking Tradition in a World in Motion": Towards a Theory of Globalization and Religious Modernity. Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences. 3(2), 108 - 125. Abstract
Law, Y. L. (2011).  The Moral Principles in Wang Bi's Study on "the Book of Change". ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 347. Abstract
Law, Y. L. (2011).  The Moral Principles in Wang Bi's Study on "the Book of Change". ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. 347. Abstract
Miller, J. (2010).  生态学,美学与道教修炼 Ecology, Aesthetics and Daoist Body Cultivation. 学术研究 Journal of Academic Research. 2010, 28-36.
Kohn, L. (2009).  Daoist Body Cultivation and Behavioral Kinesiology. First International Summit on Laozi and Daoist Culture..