If the Yi Jing (Book of Changes) is the flesh and bones that make up classical Chinese thought and culture, then Lao Zi’s Dao De Jing is its heart and soul. Continually sparking new translations and commentaries, it is second only to the Christian Bible in the number of books, commentaries, writings and arguments generated since it was first ‘published’ in the Warring States period–and it is certainly the most important for any practitioner or scholar of the Chinese arts.
In this course, Andrew Nugent-Head goes line by line through the Dao De Jing referencing multiple translations with explanation Professor Wang Jin Huai.
This course is pending approval by the California Acupuncture Board & the NCCAOM for continuing education credit. When the course is approved, a CEU test will appear at the end of the course curriculae. Completion of the course videos and passing the test with an 80% or greater score will automatically generate a certificate of completion to be used toward licensure requirements.
Lao Zi, a great Chinese philosopher. Line by line translation by Andrew Nugent-Head