Liezi, Taoist Culture & Information Centre; Lieh Tzu, Overview of World Religions; Lieh Tzu, Ancient Landmarks; Taoist teachings from the book of Lieh Tzŭ, Giles ...
Who Is Lieh-tzu. MOTTO: Our Master Lieh Tzu dwelt on a vegetable plot in the Chêng State for forty years, and no man knew him for what he was (From the book Lieh-tzu)
THEOSOPHY, Vol. 15, No. 4, February, 1927 (Pages 161-166; Size: 21K) (Number 13 of a 59-part series) ANCIENT LANDMARKS XIII LIEH TZU. WHAT Mencius was to Confucius ...
The Lieh-tzu is a collection of stories and philosophical musings of a sage of the same name who lived around the fourth century BCE. Lieh-tzu's teachings range from ...
TAOIST TEACHINGS Translated from the Book of Lieh-Tzü with Introduction and Notes by LIONEL GILES M.A., D.Litt.  Lieh-Tzü was major Taoist sage who lived c ...
One of the three Taoist pillars with Chuang-Tzu and Lao-Tzu, Lieh-Tzu is also the most accessible of them all. Based on a succession of short stories, little tales ...
Liezi (Lieh-tzu, cn. 4th cn. B.C.E.) The Liezi , or Master Lie may be considered to be the third of the Chinese philosophical texts in the line of thought represented ...
The Lieh-Tzu ranks with the Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu as one of the most eloquent and influential expositions of Taoist philosophy.
Liezi 列子 An overview by Laurenţiu Teodorescu English version by Corina Berbecar Liezi 列子 - Master Lie1, his real name being Lie yukou 列
Lieh Tzu fl. c. 5th-7th century B.C. (Also transliterated as Lieh-tze.) Chinese philosopher. One of the three major figures in Taoist philosophy, Lieh Tzu produced ...