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INDEX IT. PROPER NAMES IN
Family, regulating the, text, 4, 5,
Heart, the rectification of the, text, 4,
Illustration of illustrious virtue, text, 1,
Kings, why the former are remem-
Knowledge, perfecting of, text, 4, 5,
Litigations, it is best to prevent, comm.,
Master, the words of the, quoted, comm.,
Measuring square, principle of the,
Odes, quotations from the, comm., ii.
3, iii., ix. 6, 7, 8, x. 3, 4, 5.
text, 3, 4,6.
Partiality of the affections, comm., viii.
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Perfecting of knowledge, the, text, 4,
5, comm., v.
0, 6, comm., vii., viii.
Renovation of the people, the, text, 1,
.1, 2, comm., iii.
iv.; cultivation of the person the,
text, 6; virtue the, comm., x. 6,7, o'.
Secret watchfulness over himself, cha-
Shoo-king, the, quotations from, comm.,
1. 1, 2, 3, ii. 2, ix. 2, x.-H, 14.
State, the government of the, text, 4, 5,
Steps by which virtue may be illus-
Superior man, character of the, comm.,
Superior, and mean man, comm., vi.
Virtue, illustrious, text, comm., ii.; the
Wealth a secondary object with a
OF PROPER NAMES IN THE GREAT LEARNING.
Ch'ing, the philosopher, Introductory
note, comm., v. note.
Fan, the uncle of Duke Wan, comm.,
K'ang, honorary epithet of Fung,
K'e, the name of a river, comm., iii. 4.
Kee, the tyrant, comm. ix. 4.
Mang He'en, honorary epithet of Chung-
Mencius, concluding note to text.
Shun, the emperor, Conn., ix. 4.
T'ae Kea, the second emperor of the
T*ang, the emperor, comm., ii. 1.
Tsang,the philosopher, concluding note
Ts'in, the State of, comm., x. 14.
Ts'oo, the State of, comm., x. 12.
Win, the king, comm., iii. 3.
Yaou, the emperor, comm., i. 3, ix. 4.
Yin dynasty, comm., x. 5.
OF SUBJECTS IN THE DOCTRINE OF THE MEAN.
Analects, quotations from the, iii.,
Ancestors, worship of, xviii. 2, 3, xix.
be attested, xxviii. 5, xxix. 2.
superior man, xiv. 5.
Benevolence, to be cherished in tread-
Ceremonies, music, &c, can be ordered
only by the emperor, xxviii. 2, 3, 4.
into practice the Mean in its simple
elements, xii. 2, 4.
Emperor, certain exclusive prerogatives
of the, xxviii. 2, 3, 4.
i. 4, 5.
Eulogium of Confucius, xxx., xxxi.,
Fame of Confucius universal, xxxi. 4.
Woo, and the duke of Chow, xix.
F'orce fulness, in its relation to the prac-
Four things to which Confucius had
Government, easy to him who under-
Harmony, the mind in a state of, i. 4,
5; combined with firmness, in the
Heaven, rewarding filial piety in the
Heaven and Earth, order of, dependent
Instruction, definition of, i. 1.
Knowledge of duties come by in three
Lamentation that the path of the Mean
was untrodden, v.
Man has the law of the Mean in him-
Mean, only the superior man can fol-
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Middle kingdom, Confucius' fame over-
Nature, definition of, i. 1.
Nine standard rules to be followed in
the government of the empire, xx.
12, 13, 14, 15.
Odes, quotations from the, xii. 3, xiii.
Passions, harmony of the, i. 4.
Path of duty, definition of, i. 1; may
not be left for an instant, i. 2 ; is not
far to seek, xiii.
of Chow, xviii., xix.
Principles of duty, have their root in
Progress in the practice of tho Mean,
Propriety, the principle of, in relation
Reciprocity, the law of, xiii. 3, 4.
Sacrifices, to spiritual beings, xvi. 3;
Sage, a, only can come up to the re-
Seasons, Confucius compared to the
Secret watchfulness over himself cha-
Self-examination practised by the su-
Sincerity, the outgoing of, cannot be
xxi.; the most complete, necessary
xxii.; development of, in those not
Singleness, necessary to the practice of
Sovereign, a, must not neglect personal
and relative duties, xx. 7.
Spiritual beings, the operation and in-
Steps in the practice of the Mean, xv.
Superior man is cautious, and watchful
Three kings, the founders of the three
dynasties, xxix. 3.
duties are practised, xx. 8.
Three hundred rules of ceremony, and
Virtue in its highest degree and influ-
Virtuous course, the commencement
ChSng, the philosopher, Introductory
Chow dynasty, xxviii. 5.
1, xxx. 1.
Confucian school, Introductory note.
Gae, the duke of Loo, xx. I.
Hea dynasty, xxviii. 5.
Hwa, the name of a mountain, xxvi. 9.
Hwuy, a disciple of Confucius, viii.
Ke, a small State in which sacrifices
Ke-leih, the duke, who received from
Mencius, Introductory note.
Shun, the emperor, vi., xvii. 1, xxx. I.
DOCTRINE OF THE MEAN.
Sung, a State in which sacrifices were
T'ae, the duke, T'an-foo, who received
Tsze loo, a disciple of Confucius, x. I.
WSn, the king, xvii. 4, xviii., xx. 2,
xxvi. 10, xxx. 1.
Yaou, the emperor, xxx. 1.
Yin dynasty, xxviii. 5.
Yoh, the name of a mountain, xxvi. 9.
Yung, a distinguished scholar, A.D.