Chuang-tzu

Chuang-tzu

[jwahng-dzuh]
noun
1.
Also, Chwang-tse. (Chuang Chow) flourished 4th century b.c, Chinese mystic and philosopher.
2.
(italics) a fundamental work on Taoism by Chuang-tzu, dating from the 4th century b.c.
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Chuang-tzu (ˈtʃwæŋ ˈtsuː)
 
n
a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Zhuangzi

Zhuangzi or Chuang-tzu (ˈʒwæŋˈziː)
 
n
?369--286 bc, Chinese philosopher, who greatly influenced Chinese religion through the book of Taoist philosophy that bears his name
 
Chuang-tzu or Chuang-tzu
 
n

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