Middle way (disambiguation)
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Middle way is the term that Siddhartha Gautama used to describe the character of the path he discovered that leads to liberation.
Middle way may also refer to:
- Doctrine of the Mean, a doctrine of Confucianism
- Golden mean (philosophy), the desirable middle between two extremes, one of excess and the other of deficiency
- The Middle Way (Harold Macmillan book), 1938 book on political philosophy by Harold Macmillan
- Sweden: the Middle Way, 1936 book by Marquis Childs
See also 
- Via media ("middle road" in Latin), which is frequently associated, among other things, with Anglicanism
- Middleway, West Virginia
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