Tag Archives: Tao

Book Review: “The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life”

Michael Puett and Christine Gross-Loh apply ancient ideas to modern problems

When professor Michael Puett started teaching a course on classical Chinese philosophy at Harvard, few people expected his class to become one of the most popular courses on campus. Why did so many students flock to this seemingly dry topic? … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Return of Edgar Cayce, by C. Terry Cline, Jr. (2011)

A suspense novelist channels the words of a long dead psychic

Suspense novelist C. Terry Cline, Jr. has been an Edgar Cayce fan for some time. Since the sixties, more accurately. For those unfamiliar with Cayce, as this reviewer was until reading this book, the famed psychic, mystic and seer was … Continue reading

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