Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows:
In human discourse, there is too much potential to alienate all sides. I suppose it is Taoist to assert that the Tao (everything) is one and that it is only people that arbitrarily divide it into opposites and apposites (though I think I first read something like this in Werner Stark’s Sociology of Knowledge).
Therefore, there would be no sides except the whole. But who would believe that?
When I was a Unitarian, we were encouraged to develop our own theology. I especially favoured Taoism. I even applied it to my chess playing and won a match against a candidate master friend of mine. It was the rubber game of four.
Alienating all sides, no doubt.
This was before I discovered Christianity.