Contains the keyword Taoism

Angle, S. C., & Gordon J. A. (2003).  'Dao' As a Nickname. Asian Philosophy. 13(1), 15. Abstract
Behuniak, James, J. (2009).  "Embracing the One" in the Daodejing. Philosophy East and West. 59(3), 364.
Bergsma, A. (2008).  The advice of the wise.. Journal of Happiness Studies. 9, 331–340. Abstract
Bickmann, C. (2008).  Wahrheitsbezogenes Wissen zwischen 'Dao-learning' und 'logical inquiry': - Wege des Denkens zwischen Ost und West. Begegnung der Wissenskulturen im Nord-Sd Dialog/The Encounter of Knowledge Cultures in the North-South Dialogue: - Dokumentation des XII. Internationalen Seminars des Dialogprogramms Nord-Sd, Fornet-Betancourt, Ral (ed); - Fornet-Betancourt, Ral.(. 43.
Bivins, T. (2007).  The Dao of the Press: A Humanocentric Theory.. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 84, 633–635. Abstract
Blot-labarrere, C. (2003).  Pierre Jean Jouve 7. Jouve et le symbole. La Revue des lettres modernes.Pierre Jean Jouve, no.7, 187 - pp.. Abstract
Boudouris, K.(eds) (2006).  The Philosophy of Culture, Volume 1. Athens: - Editions Ionia.
Bühler, K. - E. (2003).  Foundations of clinical logagogy. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. 6(3), 303. Abstract
Chan, W. -cheuk (2003).  Phenomenology of Technology: - East and West. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 30(1), 1. Abstract
Chee-Beng, T. (2007).  State, Market, and Religions in Chinese Societies.. International Sociology. 22, 207–209. Abstract
Chen, E. M. (2005).  How Taoist Is Heidegger?. International Philosophical Quarterly. 45(177), 5. Abstract
Cheng, C. -ying (2004).  Dimensions of the Dao and Onto-Ethics in Light of the DDJ. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 31(2), 143. Abstract
Cheng, C. -ying (2002).  Preface: - Science, Technology, and Chinese Philosophy. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 29(4), 469. Abstract
Cheng, C. -ying (2001).  Philosophy of Violence from an Eastern Perspective. The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, Volume 12: - Intercultural Philosophy, Dawson, Stephen (ed); - Dawson, Stephen.(. 181. Abstract
Chong, K. -chong (2006).  Metaphorical Use versus Metaphorical Essence: - Examples from Chinese Philosophy. Davidson's Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy: - Constructive Engagement (Philosophy of History and Culture, Volume 23); - Mou, Bo.(. 229.
Cline, E. M. (2004).  Two Interpretations of De in the Daodejing. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 31(2), 219. Abstract
Coleman, E. J. (2002).  Aesthetic Commonalities in the Ethics of Daoism and Stoicism. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 29(3), 385. Abstract
Coutinho, S. (2002).  The Abduction Of Vagueness: - Interpreting The Laozi. Philosophy East & West. 52(4), 409. Abstract
Coutinho, S. (2002).  The abduction of vagueness: - interpreting the Laozi. Philosophy East and West. 52(4), 409(17).
Cunshan, L. (2001).  Early Daoist and Confucian Relations As Seen from the Guodian Chu Slips. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 32(2), 68.
Defoort, C., & Zhaoguang G. (2002).  The History of Chinese Thought, Part I. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 33(3), 3.
Dickerson, B. (2006).  The A to Z of Taoism – Julian F. Pas.. Reviews in Religion & Theology. 13, 559–561. Abstract
DIXON-KOLAR, R. O. B. E. R. (2001).  As the door opens. Parabola. 26(4), 12. Abstract
DIXON-KOLAR, R. O. B. E. R. (2000).  Bending and turning. Parabola. 25(3), 20. Abstract
Erlich, R. D. (2006).  Le Guin and God: Quarreling with the One, Critiquing Pure Reason.. Extrapolation {(University} of Texas at Brownsville). 47, 351–379. Abstract
Findlay, I. (2006).  Traveler in art. Asian Art News. 16, 68. Abstract
Fraser, C. (2011).  Emotion and Agency in Zhuangzi. Asian Philosophy. 21, 97. Abstract
Froese, K. (2004).  From Nihilism to Nothingness: - A - Comparison of Nietzschean and Daoist Thought. Dao: - A - Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 4(1), 97.
Goicoechea, D. (2003).  Heidegger--the Taoists--Kierkegaard. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 30(1), 81. Abstract
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
Goldin, P. R. (2005).  Why Daoism Is Not Environmentalism. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 32(1), 75.
Goulding, J. (2007).  New Ways toward Sino-Western Philosophical Dialogues. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 34(1), 99. Abstract
Graham, A.(1) (2004).  Landscape of silence [Les paysages du silence]. Journal of Chinese philosophy. 31(1), 33.
Grange, J. (2002).  An Irish Tao. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 29(1), 21. Abstract
Grange, J., Cheng C. -ying, & Grange J. (2002).  An Irish Tao [Un tao irlandais]. Tao and God. 29(1), 21.
Grippe, E. J. (2002).  Socrates, Plato and the Tao. Philosophy in the Contemporary World. 9(1), 61. Abstract
Gunaratne, S. A. (2006).  A - Yijing View of World-System and Democracy. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 33(2), 191.
Guo, Z. (2002).  The Huang-Lao School. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 34(1), 19.
Hagen, K. (2005).  Sorai and Xunzi on the Construction of the Way. Asian Philosophy. 15(2), 117.
Han, A. (2008).  Building a Harmonious Society and Achieving Individual Harmony.. Journal of Chinese Political Science. 13, 143–164. Abstract
Heartney, E. (2006).  House of Huang. Art in America. 118. Abstract
Heitz, M. H. (2002).  A - Commentary to Wertz's Terms in Milindapaha: - A - Taoist Explanatory Note. Southwest Philosophy Review: - The Journal of The Southwestern Philosophical Society. 18(2), 81.
Herbstreuth, P. (2003).  Qiu Shi-hua: - die Kernkraft der Malerei. Kunstforum International. 256. Abstract
Hoffman, F. J. (2002).  Dao and process. Asian Philosophy. 12(3), 197(16).
Hoffman, F. J. (2002).  Editorial: - Meanings and Applications of Dao. Asian Philosophy. 12(3), 155. Abstract
Hoffman, F. J. (2002).  Dao and Process. Asian Philosophy. 12(3), 197. Abstract
Hole, G. T. (2006).  Just Doing: - Therapy According to Chuang Tsu. Philosophical Practice: - Journal of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association. 2(1), 7. Abstract
Holz, H. (2006).  All-Wesen und Unendlichkeit: - Chinesische und europische Landschaftsmalerei im Vergleich. Perspektiven der Philosophie: - Neues Jahrbuch. 32, 337. Abstract