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Had they remained loyal to him, that would have shown that his govt. was good.
As they were now in the mass revolted from him, and following Woo's banner, it
was clear that he was no longer fit to be emperor. Such is the explanation of this ...
f # PH sionates the people. to give effect to. all within the four seas. —see the '
Canon of Shun, p. 6. In the Le | Pt. ii., 17, we findKe, Bk. IE # ## ##### E #, H. P. it
# =P. W; “When the emperor is about to go forth, he offers special sacrifice to God
g of Shang, with strength pursues He has cast away the time-worn sires, and
wicked men. reckless, oppressive, his ministers have become assimilated to him;
and they form parties, and contract animosities, and depend on the emperor's ...
And when all the princes and officers were receiving their investitures and
commands from the new emperor of the House of Chow, we cannot suppose that
he did not address them, in a manner similar to T'ang, in his “Announcement.
With so ...
The second also contains 4 parr., and gives the address (or a £ of it) delivered by
Woo to his nobles and officers on occasion, we may suppose, of their solemn
recognition of him as emperor, and of his confirming some of them in their old ...
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Traditionally historical documents from the Shang/Chou transition and beyond. Later interpreted as embodying Confucian principles (rule by good example etc.), though Shaughnessy feels originally the transition was more violent than these texts indicate. קרא סקירה מלאה