The common people, however, found that Taoism was more satisfying.
Note: “In a yellow robe,” is an indication of Taoism: compare with No. 38.
The power of inventive imitation is characteristic of Taoism.
In the group of nine, Lao-tseu, the founder of Taoism, is the ninth figure.
Chang Tao-ling may rightly be considered as the true founder of modern Taoism.
Nobody believed in Taoism, and they knew nothing of its doctrine or of its worship.
Taoism cannot be understood without some knowledge of Confucianism and vice versa.
As far as anti-militarism is concerned, Taoism is even more emphatic.
Taoism looks to Lao-tsze as its founder; but it has no personal founder and is composed of older elements.
All that might be dignified by the name of pure Taoism ends here.
A religion native to China. Its adherents attempt to live according to the Tao — the “Way,” which they believe governs the universe.