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Moral appliances to be preferred in
Mourners, Confucius' sympathy with,
Mourning, three years for parents,
Murder of the duko of Ts'e, XIV.
Music, and ceremonies, vain without
Musicians of Loo, the, dispersion of,
Music-master, praise of a, VIII. xv-
Name, danger of a bad, XIX. xx.;
without reality, VI. xxiii.
Natural duty and uprightness in col-
Nature of a man, grief brings out the
Neighbourhood, what constitutes the
Nine subjects of thought to the supe-
Notoriety, not true distinction, XII.
Ode (s), the Chow-nan and Shaou-
Odes, the study of the Book of, XVI.
Office, declined by Tsze-k'een, VI. vii.;
Officers, classes of men who may be
possible to serve with, XVII. xv.;
personal correctness essential to,
XIII. xiii.; should first attend to
their proper work, XIX. xiii.
excellent, XIV. ix.
new acquisitions, II. xi.
known, XX. iii.
Confucius, XIX. xxiii.; ordinary
rules, Confucius not to be judged by,
Parents, grief for, brings out the real
People, what may and what may not
Perfect virtue, caution in speaking,
Persistence in error, lament over, V.
Perseverance proper to a student, VI. x.
Personal attainment, a man's chief
Perspicuity the chief virtue of lan-
Pervading unity, Confucius' doctrine a,
Phoenix, the, IX. viii. and XVIII. v.
Piety, see Filial.
Pity of Confucius for misfortune, IX.
Plans, what is necessary to concord
Poetry, benefits of the study of the
Posthumous titles, on what principle
Poverty, happiness in, VI. ix. ; harder
Practical ability, importance of, XIII.
Practice, Confucius' zeal to carry his
Praise of the house of Chow, VIII.
Praising and blaming, Confucius' cor-
Prayer, sin against Heaven precludes,
Precaution, necessity of, XV. xi.
Preliminary study, necessity of, to
Presumption, &c, of the chief of the
Pretence, against, II. xvii.; Confucius'
Pretentiousness of Confucius' time,
Prince, and minister, relation of, III.
Princes, Confucius' influence on, I. x.;
Principles, agreement in, necessary to
Prompt decision good, V. xix.
Propriety, and music, influence of,
VIII. viii.; love of, facilitates go-
Prosperity and ruin of a country, on
Pursuit of riches, against, VII. xi.
Qualifications of an officer, VIII.
XIII. xxvii. ; that mark the scholar,
Rash words cannot be recalled, III.
Readiness of Confucius to impart in-
Reading and thought, should be com-
Rebuke to Yen Yew, &c, XVI. i.
Receptivity of Hwuy, II. ix. and
Reciprocity the rule of life, XV. xxiii.
Recluse, Tsze-loo's encounter with a.,
Recluses, Confucius and the two,
Recollection of Hwuy, Confucius' fond,
Reflection, the necessity of, IX. xxx.
Regretful memory of disciples' fidelity,
Relative duties, necessity of maintain-
Remark of an ignorant man about
Remonstrance with parents, IV. xviii.
Repentance escaped by timely care,
Reproof to Tsze-loo, XI. xxiv.
Reproofs, frequent, warning against
Reputation not a man's concern, XV.
Resentments, how to ward off, XV.
Residence, rule for selecting a, IV. i.
Respect, a youth should be regarded
Retired worthy's judgment on Confu-
Reverence for parents, II. vii.
Riches, pursuit of, uncertain of success,
Right way, importance of knowing the,
Righteous and public spirit of Con-
Righteousness th.<dKeun-tsze's concern,
Root of benevolence, filial and fraternal
Royal ruler, a, could, in what time,
Ruin and prosperity dependent on what,
Rule of life, reciprocity the, XV. xxiii.
Ruler, virtue in a, II. i.
Rulers, a lesson to, VIII. x. ; personal
Ruling, best means of, II. iii.
Sacrifice, Confucius' sincerity in, III.
xii.; the great, III. x., xi.; wrong
subjects of, II. xxiv.
bis aim must be higher than comfort,
Self-cultivation, I. viii. and IX. xxiv.;
a man's concern, IV. xiv. ; a charac-
Confucius' anxiety about, VII. iii.;
steps in, I. xv.
office, IX. xii.
bravery, IX. xxviii.
XlV.xliii.; compilation from, XX. i.
xxii.; of the Keun-tsze, IV. xxiv.
government, XIII. xvii.
scholar in, XIII. xxiii.
VII. xiv.; Confucius' instruction of
his own, XVI. xiii.
about serving, XI. xi. ; of the land,
altars of, III. xxi.
progress, different persons stop at
States of Ts'e and Loo, VI. xxii.
Strange doctrines, II. xvi.
Strength, not a fit subject of praise,
Student's proper work, XIX. xiii.
Stupidity of Ning Woo, V. xx.
Subjects, avoided by Confucius, VII.
Submission of subjects, how secured,
Substantial qualities, and accomplish-
Sun and moon, Confucius like the,
Superficial speculations, against, XV.
Superior and mean man, II. xii., xiii.,
Superior man, above distress, XV. i.;
XIV. xxix.; nine subjects of thought
Superiority of Hwuy, VI. ii., v.
its power, XVI. ii.
be guided by, VI. xix.
virtue, XVII. xiv.
VII. ix. ; with sorrow, IX. ix.
Talents, men of, scarce, VIII. xx.;
Taxation, light, advantages of, XII.
Teacher, qualification of a, II. xi.
Teaching, effect of, XV. xxxviii.; Con-
Temple, Confucius in the grand, XIII.
Thieves made by the example of rulers,
Think, those who will not, the case of,
Thinking without reading, fruitless,
Thought and learning, to be combined,
Three, errors of speech, in the presence
Thunder, Confucius how affected by, X.
Topics, avoided by Confucius, VII. xx.;
Traditions of the principles of "Wan
Training of the young, I. vi.
Transmitter, Confucius a, VII. i.
Trappings of mourning may be dis-
Treatment of a powerful but unworthy
True men, paucity of, in Confucius'
Truthfulness, necessity of, I. xxii.
Two classes only whom practice cannot
Unbending virtue, V. x.
Unchangeableness of great principles,
Unity of Confucius' doctrine, IV. xv.
Unmannerly old man, Confucius' con-
Unoccupied, Confucius' manner when,
Unworthy man, Confucius responds to
Uprightness, and natural duty in col-
sistent with, V. xxiii. ; necessary to
Usurped rites, against, III. i., ii., vi.
Usurping tendencies of the Ke family,
Utensil, Tsze-kung an, V. iii.; the ac-
Valour subordinate to righteousness,
Various ability of Confucius, IX. vi.
good son, VI. iv.; which youth,
manhood, and age have to guard
against, XVI. vii.
X. i., x.
VI. xxvi.; of Confucius by Tsze-loo,
Virtue, alone adapts a man for his con-
Virtues, the great, demand the chief
Virtuous men, not left alone, IV. xxv.;
Vocation of Confucius, a stranger's view
Vulgar ways and views, against con-
War, how a good ruler prepares the
people for, XIII. xxix., xxx.
Wickedness, the virtuous will preserves i
Wife of a prince, appellations for, XVI.!
Will, the virtuous, preserves from j
^isdom and virtue, chief elements of,
Wishes, different, of Yen Yuen, &c,
Withdrawing from public life, differ-
Withdrawing from the world, Con-
Words, the force' of, necessary to be
Work, a man's, is with himself, XIV.
Workshop, the student's, XIX. vii.
Young, duty of the, I. vi.; should be
Youth, the vice to be guarded against
OF PROPER NAMES IN THE CONFUCIAN ANALECTS.
Names in Italics will be found in their own places in this Index, with additional
Ch'ae, surnamed Kaoii, and styled
beauty of person, VI. xiv.
governed the state of Tsin, XIV.
duke of Loo, B. C. 540—509, VII.
xv., XVIII. ix.
Tsze-hwa, a disciple of Confucius, V.
vii., VI. iii., XI. xxv.
XI. ii., XV. i.
Confucius, XVI. xiii.
of Keen, duke of Tsze, XIV. xxii.
the world, XVIII. viii.
Chow dynasty, II. xxiii. III. xiv.,
xxi., VIII. xx., XV. x., XVI. v.,
XVIII. xi., XX. i.
dynasty, XVIII. i., XIX. xx.
v., VIII. xi., XI. xvi., XVIII.
Yung, a disciple of Confucius, VI. i.,
iv., XI. ii., XII. ii., XHI.ii.
Tsin, XVII. vii.
Wan, XIV. xx.
of Confucius, VI. vi., XI. xxiii.,
E, a small town on the borders of the