The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: With Historical Surveys of the Chief Writings of Each Nation...

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Charles Francis Horne
Parke, Austin, and Lipscomb, 1917
 

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עמוד 253 - Let it go. I cannot bear its frightened appearance, as if it were an innocent person going to the place of death. The man answered, Shall we then omit the consecration of the bell? The king said, How can that be omitted? Change it for a sheep.
עמוד 307 - The business of the handicraftsman can by no means be carried on along with the business of husbandry." 6. Mencius resumed, " Then, is it the government of the empire which alone can be carried on along with the practice of husbandry ? Great men have their proper business, and little men have their proper business. Moreover, in the case of any single individual, whatever articles...
עמוד 315 - When a son is born, what is desired for him is that he may have a wife; when a daughter is born, what is desired for her is that she may have a husband. This feeling of the parents is possessed by all men. If the young people, without waiting for the orders of their parents, and the arrangements of the...
עמוד 310 - Nothing can be added to it." 14. 'Now here is this shrike-tongued barbarian of the south, whose doctrines are not those of the ancient kings. You turn away from your master and become his disciple. Your conduct is different indeed from that of the philosopher Tsang.
עמוד 251 - ... in your stables there are fat horses. But your people have the look of hunger, and on the wilds there are those who have died of famine. This is leading on beasts to devour men.
עמוד 306 - I suppose also he weaves cloth, and wears his own manufacture. Is it not so ? " "No. Heu wears clothes of haircloth." "Does he wear a cap ? " "He wears a cap." " What kind of cap ? " "A plain cap." "Is it woven by himself?" "No. He gets it in exchange for grain.
עמוד 321 - They are for the assistance and instruction of us who are of an after day. They are all in principle correct, and deficient in nothing." 7. 'Again the world fell into decay, and principles faded away. Perverse speakings and oppressive deeds waxed rife again. There were instances of ministers who murdered their sovereigns, and of sons who murdered their fathers. 8. 'Confucius was afraid, and made the "Spring and Autumn.
עמוד 351 - I. 1. Wan Chang asked Mencius, saying, When " Shun went into the fields, he cried out and wept towards the pitying heavens. Why did he cry out and weep ? " Mencius replied, " He was dissatisfied, and full of earnest desire.
עמוד 317 - Why does he make us last ? Thus, the looking of the people to him was like the looking in a time of great drought to the clouds and rainbows. The frequenters of the markets stopped not. The husbandmen made no change in their operations. While he punished their rulers, he consoled the people. His progress was like the falling of opportune rain, and the people were delighted. It is said again in the Book of History, ' We have waited for our prince long ; the prince's coming will be our reviving !
עמוד 308 - Instruction, to teach the relations of humanity:- how, between father and son, there should be affection; between sovereign and minister, righteousness; between husband and wife, attention to their separate functions; between old and young, a proper order; and between friends, fidelity.

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