Translated from the
Book of Lieh-Tzü
with Introduction and Notes by
Lieh-Tzü was major Taoist sage who lived c. 350 BCE.
His writings use stories and fables to elucidate the Taoist philosophy of
cooperating with nature; they illustrate the magical powers of
the ancient sages who were so 'in the Tao' that they were able to prolong life,
walk through solid rock, and levitate.
Book I: Cosmogony
Book II: The Yellow Emperor
Book III: Dreams
Book IV: Confucius
Book V: The Questions of Pang
Book VI: Effort and Destiny
Book VII: Causality