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King Woo, having at last taken the field against Chow, makes three speeches to
his officers and men, expounding the ... King Wän would have punished him if he
had lived, but now the duty was devolved upon himself, and with their help he ...
Two years more passed by,–the period of mourning for him; and then king Woo
took the field, but it was not till the year after, ... Gan-kwö says they were the
princes of the two thirds of the empire, who had followed the banner of king Wan (
How Chow had forfeited all his title to the empire, and king Wān had been
charged to punish him. 4. HE ,—I have hitherto called the tyrant of Shang by the
name of Chow (#). after Sze-ma Tseen and # H. Mencius. Here and elsewhere
Great Heaven was moved with indignation, and charged my deceased father
Wän reverently to display its majesty; but he died ... But this view of J% is
unwarrantable, Mencius, in the passage above referred to, says that king Wăn
salaried the ...
... not so, there shall be conspicuous disgrace. “Oh! the virtue of my deceased
father Wän was like the shining # # T, “is determinedly sending down this ruin ...
The virtue of King Wān, and its effects. Success in the present enterprise would
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Traditionally historical documents from the Shang/Chou transition and beyond.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