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Pretty much the spine of her works, all things considered.

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It seems to me that she both writes and lives by the precepts of philosophical Taoism from what I can tell. I like her translation of the Tao Te Ching. I met a religious Taoist once, and if he's at all representative (which I don't have any clue if he is or not) it's all about eating odd things and trying to live forever, and nothing like what UKL is about. But philosophical Taoism is a lot more interesting to me and much less well defined. I don't really know how to do it at all myself, but I wish I did.

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