The Chinese Classics: With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical Notes, Prolegomena, and Copious Indexes, כרך 5,מהדורה 1

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עמוד 82 - He who is not in any particular office, has nothing to do with plans for the administration of its duties.
עמוד 293 - Këah-juh, and dtrifiëd that the dynasty should extend through 30 reigns, over 700 years. Though the virtue of Chow is decayed, the decree of Heaven is not yet changed. The weight of the tripods may not yet be inquired about.
עמוד 50 - at all points of the circle described by man's intelligence, the Chinese mind seems occasionally to have caught glimpses of a heaven far beyond the range of its ordinary ken and vision?'1 Well — we have examined the model summary of history from the stylus of the sage, and it testifies to three characteristics of his mind which it is painful to have thus distinctly to point out. First, he had no reverence for truth in history, — I may say no reverence for truth, without any modification.
עמוד 23 - Ming was ashamed of them. I also am ashamed of them. To conceal resentment against a person, and appear friendly with him; — Tso-k'ew Ming was ashamed of such conduct. I also am ashamed of it.
עמוד 3 - Each one is designed to commemorate a fact; but whether that fact be a display of virtue calculated to command our admiration, or a deed of atrocity fitted to awaken our disgust, it can hardly be said that there is anything in the language to convey to us the shadow of an idea of the author's feeling about it. The notices, for we cannot call them narratives, are absolutely unimpassioned. A base murder and a shining act of heroism are chronicled just as the eclipses of the sun are chronicled. So and...
עמוד 293 - ... objects. All the objects were represented, and (instructions were given) of the preparations to be made in reference to them, so that the people might know the sprites and evil things. Thus the people, when they went among the rivers, marshes, hills, and forests, did not meet with the injurious things, and the hill-sprites, monstrous things, and water-sprites, did not meet with them (to do them injury). Hereby a harmony was secured between the high and the low, and all enjoyed the blessing of...
עמוד 318 - Jobgaou and Fun-maon, who laboured in wooden carts and tattered hempen clothes to bring the hills and forests under cultivation. He made this proverb for them also, ' People's weal depends on diligence ; with diligence there is no want.' His army cannot be said to be elated. A former great officer [of our State]. Tsze-fan, said, ' When an army has right on its side, it is strong; when the expedition is wrong, the army is weary and weak.
עמוד 293 - Hëa was distinguished for its virtue, the distant regions sent pictures of the [remarkable] objects in them. The nine pastors sent in the metal of their provinces, and the tripods were cast, with representations on them of those objects.
עמוד 328 - Sung will receive your commands and submit to them." [The king followed the counsel], and the people of Sung were afraid, and sent Hwa Yuen by night into the army of Ts'oo. He went up to the couch of Tsze-fan, and roused him, saying, "My master has sent me to inform you of our distress. In the city we are exchanging our children and eating them, and splitting up their bones for fuel.
עמוד 320 - prowess' is made up of [the ideographs for] 'to stay' and 'a spear' (cessation of hostilities). Military prowess is seen in the repression of cruelty, the calling in of weapons, the preservation of the appointment of Heaven, the firm establishment of merit, the bestowal of happiness on the people, putting harmony between the princes, the diffusion of wealth.

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