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Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Compare Laozi "Dao Deng Ching" And the I ChingTao Te Ching is a book comprising of central aspects of Taoism like action, the duality of nature, knowledge and the virtues. The book talks about the distilled essence of the Chinese philosophy which is explained in 81 short poems. It is based on Taoism, ancient Chinese philosophical and religious tradition which explains talks about the way and how it is manifested in the world (Hinton, 8). According to the book, the way" Tao," is unified, indescribable and eternal. On the other hand, I Ching talks of the two branches of Chinese philosophy of Confucianism and Taoism. It sheds light on the hidden secrets in the puzzling modes of thoughts of Lao-Tse and his pupils. Consequently, it views the Confucian traditions which are accepted with further examination or questioning. I Ching explores the profound truth of every day's life. The book is based on the philosophy of life how people forms questions in their minds and generate a hexagram by tossing the coin. The six-sided message from the hexagon represents the advice of sage (Ma, Wenli & Tingting, 14). Firstly, the idea of philosophy revolves around the two books, but each describes the aspect differently. I Ching focuses on the concept of change which is seen as eternal and universal worldwide. According to the book, there is always room for correcting unsuccessful activities or social context. Change can be attained through minimum resistance hence no need to avoid efforts. Adaption is the key to achieving the set goals (Ma et al. 8). On the other hand, Tao Te Ching says that the universe is unified thus any change

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