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  • The Dào Dé Jīng (道德经) is a Chinese text believed to have been written by philosopher Lǎozǐ, who is also considered the founder of Daoism. The earliest specimen found is on the Guōdiàn bamboo slips discovered in 1993 and dated to the fourth century BCE.

    Since the Dào Dé Jīng admonishes rulers to "do nothing" and counsels against war, it has been viewed as one of the earliest exponents of libertarian thought.

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