Confucianism I Ching Buddhism
Articles: Traditional Chinese
These are principal texts of Taoism. Taoism,
along with Confucianism and Buddhism was one of the principal religions
of feudal China.
Tao-te Ching J. Legge tr. 66,099
The Tao te Ching is one of the most
widely read sacred texts, due to its simplicity and depth. It appeal is
universal, and has been found relevant by Christians, Hindus, Muslims,
Buddhists, and even Quantum Physicists. Attributed to Lao-tzu, (580-500
B.C.), it may predate him by several centuries. The earliest known
manuscripts of the Tao te Ching date to the third century B.C.
translation is excerpted from Volume 39 of the Sacred Books of the
Volume 39 of the Sacred Books of the
Volume 40 of the Sacred Books of the
is a detailed etext of volume one and two of the Sacred Books of the
East Taoist translations by James Legge. Both of these volumes were
published in 1891. The first volume contains Lao-tzu's Tao te Ching and
the first half of the Writings of Chuang-tzu, including the notes and
introductory material. The second volume completes the Writings of
Chuang-tzu, and includes several other Taoist texts, including the Tai
Shang Tractate. Volume two also includes a detailed index for both
The Canon of Reason and Virtue (Lao-tze's Tao Teh
King) Chinese and English; Translated by D.T. Suzuki & Paul Carus
This is another translation of the Tao te
Ching. This etext includes the complete Chinese text of the Tao te
Ching as embedded graphics.
Taoist Teachings Translated from the Book
of Lieh-Tzü by Lionel Giles .
Yang Chu's Garden of Pleasure
by Anton Forke 
T'ai Shang Kan-Ying P'ien, by Teitaro Suzuki and
Paul Carus. .
Yin Chih Wen, The Tract of the Quiet Way
Teitaro Suzuki and Paul Carus. .
Taoist Texts, by Frederic Henry
Tao, The Great Luminant Essays from the Huai
Nan Tzu, by Evan S. Morgan 
Laotzu's Tao and Wu Wei By Dwight Goddard and
Henri Borel 
Another, very lucid translation of the
Tao te Ching by the author of A