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ספרים ספרים 1 - 3 מתוך 3 עבור IV, 5. held. Poverty and meanness are what men dislike. If they cannot be obtained....
" IV, 5. held. Poverty and meanness are what men dislike. If they cannot be obtained in the proper way, they should not be avoided. "
Lun-hêng: Philosophical essays of Wang Chʻung - עמוד 396
מאת Chong Wang - 1907
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