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As the document appeared so late, we may suppose that the whole of it is not the
original text.” “In my opinion, the conduct and language of T'ang and Woo were
equally responsive to Heaven and accordant with men. They differed because ...
The “spring” of Chow was the same as that of Hea; and if we suppose, as is most
natural, that the historian is speaking in the text with reference to the Chow year,
then the month intended by 'the spring” must be the first month of that season.
We are not to suppose that any such commission was ever expressly given to
Wān; and Confucius speaks of him as having been faithful to the dyn, of Shang to
the last;-see Ama., VIII., xx., 4. żk #) # 4#-j< J # J#. We must complete the
We cannot suppose that the present text of the Shoo was forged from Mencius. A
plagiarist, attempting such an imposition as is ascribed to 'the false K'ung,” would
have taken the language exactly from his copy. We can only believe that ...
All these tribes, we may suppose, acknowledged the supremacy of the princes of
Chow, and had been summoned to assist king Woo in his enterprise against
Show. Some critics, like Wang Loo-chae (EE ; see his “Doubts about the Shoo, ...
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Traditionally historical documents from the Shang/Chou transition and beyond.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