"Han Shu" Yan Shigu's Note on the Tao Te Ching Research
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"Han Shu" Yan Shigu Note is the best and most complete note of "Han Shu", which not only brings together the old notes of the "Hanshu" before the Tang Dynasty, but also cites more than 150 ancient books. An important reference for academic research. Yan Shigu's "Han Shu" cites 13 articles of the Tao Te Ching, which is used as a research object. Through the discovery of the survey, Yan's "Tao Jing" and the present biography of the Tao Te Ching and the "Book of Laozi" Although the individual literary tracts are slightly different, but the content is consistent, the three versions of the Tao Te Ching are consistent in content; from the characterization of the quotation, the style of Laozi’s Tao Te Ching in the early Tang Dynasty is divided into the German Classics and The two passages of the Tao Classic are the same as those of the Laozi, which was unearthed from Mawangdui Han Tomb in 1973.
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