Lun-hêng: Philosophical essays of Wang Chʻung

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O. Harrassowitz, 1907
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עמוד 424 - But Heaven does not yet wish that the empire should enjoy tranquillity and good order. If it wished this, who is there besides me to bring it about ? How should I be otherwise than dissatisfied ?
עמוד 402 - Ai asked which of the disciples loved to learn. Confucius replied to him, There was Yen Hui; HE loved to learn. He did not transfer his anger; he did not repeat a fault. Unfortunately, his appointed time was short and he died; and now there is not such another. I have not yet heard of any one who loves to learn as he did.
עמוד 419 - See, 1,200 taels were sent, which you likewise accepted. If your declining to accept the gift in the first case was right, your accepting it in the latter cases was wrong. If your accepting it in the latter cases was right, your declining to do so in the first case was wrong. You must accept, Master, one of these alternatives.
עמוד 396 - IV, 5. held. Poverty and meanness are what men dislike. If they cannot be obtained in the proper way, they should not be avoided.
עמוד 394 - Soon after, as Fan Ch'ih was driving him, the Master told him, saying, " Mang-sun asked me what filial piety was, and I answered him, — ' not being disobedient.' " Fan Ch'ih said, " What did you mean ? " The Master replied, " That parents, when alive, should be served according to propriety ; that, when dead, they should be buried according to propriety ; and that they should be sacrificed to according to propriety.
עמוד 401 - The minister Tsze-wan thrice took office, and manifested no joy in his countenance. Thrice he retired from office, and manifested no displeasure. He made it a point to inform the new minister of the way in which he had conducted the government;— what do you say of him?" The Master replied, "He was loyal.
עמוד 422 - I know how the mind is at its wits' end. These evils growing in the mind, do injury to government, and, displayed in the government, are hurtful to the conduct of affairs. When a Sage shall again arise, he will certainly follow my words.
עמוד 419 - A strange man was Tsze-shuh E. He pushed himself into the service of the government. His prince declining to employ him, he had to retire indeed, but he again schemed that his son or younger brother should be made a high officer.
עמוד 412 - Part with the food. From of old, death has been the lot of all men ; but if the people have no faith in their rulers, there is no standing for the State.
עמוד 420 - Is it not an extravagant procedure to go from one prince to another and live upon them, followed by several tens of carriages and attended by several hundred men...

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