Contains the keyword Laozi

Mingguang, Y., & Jianhui T. (2002).  The Transformation of Scholarly Huang-Lao into Religious Huang-Lao. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 34(1), 82.
Nuyen, A. T. (2000).  The Dao of Ethics: - From the Writings of Levinas to the Daodejing. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 27(3), 287.
Ross, B. (2008).  The Willing Subject and the Non-Willing Subject in the 'Tao Te Ching' and Nietzsche's 'Hyperborean': - Taoist and Deconstructive Challenges to the Idea of Virtue. Analecta Husserliana: - The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research Volume XCVI: - Virtues and Passions in Literature: - Excellence, Courage, Engagements, Wisdom, Fulfilment, Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa (ed); - Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa.(. 83.
Schipper, K. M. (2000).  Taoism: - the story of the way. Humanities. 21(6), 35(4). Abstract
Wang, Q.(james) (2001).  Heng and Temporality of Dao: - Laozi and Heidegger. Dao: - A - Journal of Comparative Philosophy. 1(1), 55. Abstract
Xie, W. (2000).  Approaching the Dao: - From Lao Zi to Zhuang Zi. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 27(4), 469.
Li, X. (2001).  Lost Doctrines of Guan Yin As Seen in the Jingmen Guodian Chu Slips. Contemporary Chinese Thought: - Translation and Studies. 32(2), 55.
Lusthaus, D. (1995).  Lao Tzu. (McGreal, Ian P., Ed.).Great Thinkers of the Eastern World.
Lusthaus, D. (1990).  Retracing the Human-Nature vs. World-Nature Dichotomy in Lao Tzu. Journal of Chinese Philosophy. 17, 187-214.
Michael, T. (2005).  Confucius and Laozi: - Two Visions of the Dao - of Antiquity. Metaphilosophy & Chinese Thought -- Interpreting David Hall, Chinn, Ewing Y - (ed); - Chinn, Ewing Y.(. 169.
Moeller, H. - G. (2005).  The Discarding of Straw Dogs: - Thinking through the Laozi. Metaphilosophy & Chinese Thought -- Interpreting David Hall, Chinn, Ewing Y - (ed); - Chinn, Ewing Y.(. 191. Abstract
Jackowicz, S. (2011).  Daoist Incantations for Acupuncture.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 4, 63 - 79. Abstract
Bockover, M. I. (2011).  Daoism, Ethics, and Faith: The Invisible "Goodness" of Life.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 4, 139 - 153. Abstract
Bockover, M. I. (2011).  Daoism, Ethics, and Faith: The Invisible "Goodness" of Life.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 4, 139 - 153. Abstract
Hulet, B. (2011).  Daoism in the West: Following Buddhist and Christian Models?. Journal of Daoist Studies. 4, 154 - 161. Abstract
Bock-Möbius, I. (2011).  Daoism and Entirety in Quantum Physics.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 4, 162 - 174. Abstract
Egizii, R. (2011).  Daoist Principles As a Solution for Sustainable Business.. Journal of Daoist Studies. 4, 190 - 201. Abstract
Ross, B. (2008).  The Willing Subject and the Non-Willing Subject in the 'Tao Te Ching' and Nietzsche's 'Hyperborean': Taoist and Deconstructive Challenges to the Idea of Virtue. Analecta Husserliana: The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research Volume XCVI: Virtues and Passions in Literature: Excellence, Courage, Engagements, Wisdom, Fulfilment. 9 - 91.
Wang, K. (2011).  Reading the Dao: A Thematic Inquiry. Reading the Dao: A Thematic Inquiry. Abstract
Liu, X. (2011).  Daoism: Laozi and Zhuangzi. The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy. 11 - 57.
Klaus, H. (2008).  Das Tao der Weisheit. 546.