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OF SUBJECTS IN THE CONFUCIAN ANALECTS.
Ability, various of Confucius, IX. vi.
vi.; blended with solid excellence,
iv. ; of Confucius were lessons and
laws, XVII. xix.
Yung, &c, VI. i.; of Tsze-loo, &c,
doctrines, IX. x.
in, XVII. xxvi.
An all-pervading unity, the knowledge
Anarchy of Confucius' time, III. v.
Ancient rites, how Confucius cleaved
Ancients, their slowness to speak, IV.
Antiquity, Confucius' fondness for
Anxiety of parents, II. vi.; of Con-
Appearances, fair, are suspicious, I.
Appellations for the wife of a prince,
Appreciation, what conduct will in-
Approaches of the unlikely, readily
Approbation, Confucius', of Nan Yung,
Aptitude of the Keun-tsze, II. xii.
Archery, contention in, III. vii. ; a
Ardent and cautious disciples, Con-
Ardour of Tsze-loo, V. vi.
Art of governing, XII. xiv.
Assent without reformation, a hopeless
Attachment to Confucius of Yen Y uen,
Attainment, different stages of, VI.
Attainments of Hwuy, like those of
Attributes of the true scholar, XIX. i.
Auspicious omens, Confucius gives up
Avenge murder, how Confucius wished
Bad name, the danger of a, XIX. xx.
Becloudings of the mind, XVII. viii.
Odes, XVII. ix.
the, XV. xli.
Hwuy's, XI. x.
own, VIII. xiv., and XIV. xxvii.
Calmness of Confucius in danger, VII,
man, XV. xxxiii.
was, VII. xii.
xvii.; Confucius refuses to sell his,
to assist a needless expenditure, XI.
repentance avoided by, I. xiii.;
in speaking, XII. iii., and XV.
I. xii. ; impropriety in, III. x. ; in-
III, viii.; vain without virtue, III.
Character (s), admirable, of Tsze-yu,
II. x. ; lofty, of Shun and Yu, VIII.
Characteristics, of perfect virtue, XIII.
Claimed, what Confucius, VII. xxxiii.
Classes of men, in relation to know-
Climbing the heavens, equalling Con-
Common practices, some indifferent
Communications to be proportioned to
Comparison of Sze and Shang, XI. xv.
Comparisons, against making, XIV.
Compass and vigour of mind necessary
Compassion, how a criminal-judge
Complete man, of the, XIV. xiii.;
Concealment, not practised by Con-
Concubines, difficult to treat, XVII.
Condemnation of Tsang. Woo-Chung,
Condition, only virtue adapts a man
Conduct that will be everywhere ap-
Confidence, enjoying, necessary to serv-
Connate, Confucius' knowledge not,
Consideration, of Confucius for the
Consolation to Tsze-new, when anxi-
Constancy of mind, importance of,
Constant Mean, the, VI. xxvii.
Contemporaries of Confucius described,
Contention, the superior man avoids,
Contentment in poverty of Tsze-loo,
Contrast of Hwuyand Tsze, XI. xviii.
Conversation, with Chung-kung, XII.
Countenance, the, in filial piety, I.
Courage, not doing right from want of,
Criminal judge, should cherish com-
Danger, Confucius assured in time of
Dead, offices to the, I. ix.
vices, XVII. xvi.
xiv. ; instance of, XV. xxv.
of, XIX. xxiv.
Confucius, VII. xviii.
habit, XVII. ii.
Discrimination of Confucius in reward-
of a, VII. xxii., IX. v.
his, X, vi.
Earnest student, Hwuy the, IX. xix.
Earnestness in teaching of Confucius,
Egotism, instance of freedom from,
Eight able officers of the Chow dynasty,
Emolument, learning for, II. xviii.;
End,the, crowns the work, IX. xxi.
Enjoyment, advantageous and injuri-
Equalled, Confucius cannot be, XIX.
Error, how acknowledged by Confu-
Essential, what is, in different services,
Estimate, Confucius' humble, of him-
Estimation of others, not a man's con-
Example, better than force, II. T~\
Excess and defect equally wrong, XI.
Expenditure, against useless, XI. xiii.
External, the, may be predicated from
Extravagant speech, hard to be made
Fair appearances are suspicious, I. iii.,
Fasting, rules observed by Confucius
Father's vices, no discredit to a virtu-
Faults of men, characteristic of their
Feelings, need not always be spoken,
Fidelity of his disciples, Confucius'
Filial piety, I. xi., IV. xix., xx., xxi.;
XIX. xviii.; reverence in, II. vii.;
Firmness of superior man, based on
right, XV. xxxvi.
XX. ii.; things which constitute
Flattery of sacrificing to others' an-
Food, rules of Confucius about his, X,
Foreknowledge, how far possible, II.
Forethought, necessity of, XV. xi.
Formalism, against, III. iv.
Former times, Confucius' preference
Forward youth, Confucius' employ-
Foundation of virtue, I. ii.
Four bad things, to be put away, XX.
Frailties from which Confucius was
Fraternal submission, I. ii.
Friends, rules for choosing, I. viii., and
Friendship, bow to maintain, V. xvi.;
Friendships, what, advantageous and
Frivolous talkers, against, XV. xvi.
Funeral rites, Confucius' dissatisfac-
Furnace, the, and the S. W. Corner, of
Gain, the mean man's concern, IV.
Generosity of Pih-e and Shuh-ts'e,
Glib-tongued, Confucius not, XIV.
Glibness of tongue and beauty, es-
Glossing faults, a proof of the mean
Gluttony and idleness, case of, hope-
God, address to, XX. i.
Golden rule, expressed with negatives,
Good fellowship of Confucius, VII.
Good man, the, XI. xix.; we must
Governing, the art of, XII. xiv.; with-
Government, good, seen from its effects,
Gradual progress of Confucius, II. iv.;
communication of his doctrine, V.
Hwuy, XI. ix.
Happiness of Confucius among his
Haste, not to be desired in government,
Heaven, Confucius rested in the order-
Hesitating faith, Tsze-chang on, XIX.
High aim proper to a student, VI. x.;
Home, Confucius at, X. xvi.; how
Hope, Confucius gives up, for want of
Hopeless case, of gluttony and idleness,
House and wall, the comparison of a,
Humble claim of Confucius for himself,
Humility of Confucius, VII. xxvi.
Hundred years, what good govern-
Idleness of Tsae Yu, V. ix.; case of,
Ignorant man's remark about Con-
Impatience, danger of, XV. xxvi.
Imperial rites, usurpation of, III. i.,
Improvement, self, II. xviii.; difficult
Incompetency, our own, a fit cause of
Indifference of the officer King to
Indignation of Confucius at the usurp-
Inferior pursuits, inapplicable to great
Instruction, how a man may find,
Instructions to a son about govern-
Insubordination, worse than meanness,
VII. xxxv.; different causes of,
Intelligence, what constitutes, XII. vi.
ii. ; of Confucius with others, traits
of, X. xi.; with others, different
opinions on, XIX. iii.
external, XIV. v.
Jealousy of others' talents, against,
Joy of Confucius independent of out-
Judgment of Confucius concerning
Keun-tsze. See Superior man.
Killing, not to be talked of by rulers,
Knowing and not knowing, II. xvii.
Knowledge, disclaimed by Confucius,
Lament over moral error added to
Language, the chief virtue of, XV. xl.
Learner, the, I. i., xiv.; Confucius
Learning and propriety combined, VI.
Lesson, of prudence, XIV. ix.; to
parents and ministers, XIV. viii.;
to rulers, VIII. x.; to Tsze-loo,
were, XVII. xix.
xii. ; without uprightness, not true,
Likings and dislikings of others, hi
determining a man's character,
XIII. xxiv. and XV. xxvii.
practical ability, XIII. v.
XII. xii.; it is better to prevent,
of Hwuy, XI. vi.; rarity of, VI.
Madman, the, of Ts'oo, XVIII. v.
against in, XVI. vii.
viii. See Superior man.
not so bad as insubordination, VII.
along with, XVII. xv.
of K.wan Chung, XIV. xvii., xviii.;
virtue of concealing, VI. xiii.
talk of, XV. i.
xxiii. ; importance of good and able,
XIV. xx. ; must be sincere and up-
and decided, XIV. viii.
confidence in, XI. xxii.