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" Elgin, p. 892. sympathy with power than with weakness, and would overlook wickedness and oppression in authority rather than resentment and revenge in men who were suffering from them. He could conceive of nothing so worthy of condemnation as to be insubordinate.2... "
The Chinese Classics: With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical Notes ... - עמוד lxiii
מאת James Legge - 1872
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The Educational Conquest of the Far East

Robert Ellsworth Lewis - 1903 - 248 דפים
...them. He could conceive of nothing so worthy of condemnation as to be insubordinate. Hence he was so frequently partial in his judgments on what happened...in his estimate of the conduct of their subjects." 1 In the latter development of the feudal system in Japan, the seats of the great lords, or Daimios,...
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The Educational Conquest of the Far East

Robert Ellsworth Lewis - 1903 - 248 דפים
...them. He could conceive of nothing so worthy of condemnation as to be insubordinate. Hence he was so frequently partial in his judgments on what happened...and unjust in his estimate of the conduct of their subjects."1 In the latter development of the feudal system in Japan, the seats of the great lords,...
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Theories of Social Progress: A Critical Study of the Attempts to Formulate ...

Arthur James Todd - 1918 - 579 דפים
...insubordinate. Because he was thus the spokesman of a ruling class with its mores and economic policies he was frequently partial in his judgments on what happened to rulers, and unjust in his estimates of the conduct of their subjects.2 Deliverance came not through a new religion or a new philosophy,...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ..., כרך 1

United States. Bureau of Education - 1898
...from them. He could conceive of nothing so worthy of condemnation as insubordination. Hence he was so frequently partial in his judgments on what happened...and unjust in his estimate of the conduct of their subjects.1 In the later development of the feudal system in Japan the seats of the great lords, or...
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