Lieh Yü-kʾau (c.450–c.375 BCE). Taoist philosopher of whom little, if anything, is known, except for a tradition that he claimed that, after nine years of Taoist study, he was able to ride on the wind—‘or is the wind riding on me?’ The Lieh-tzu is attributed to him, but wrongly.
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