This book examines some of the earliest Daoist texts from the
outlook of the comparative history of religions and finds a
thematic and soteriological unity rooted in the mythological
symbolism of hundun, the primal chaos being and principle
foundational for the philosophy and practice of the Dao as creatio
continua in cosmic, social, and individual life.
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