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Show, the king of Shang, is without principle, cruel and destructive to the
creatures of Heaven, injurious and tyrannical to the multitudes of the people,
chief of the vagabonds of the empire, d d b We * i I' “Doctrine of the Mean, xviii., 3,
it —there ...
See in the 'Doctrine of the Mean, xviii., 2. Comp. also on # }% }#, Bk. IX, p. 4. ,-'he
turned back the govt. of Shang, i.e., he took away the oppressive laws of Show,
and thenH # #, 'followed the old govt. i.e., the - distributed the grain of Keu-keaou
Choo He was asked whether the term were not used in the same way in the two
passages, and replied, “Much about it. The idea is that of pitiful consideration,
and firm conservation.' GH4) #4 #####2 #. # III, Z. 2:-see the Con. Ana., IX., xviii.
We hear of them again in Bk. XVIII., as in arms a second time against the new
dynasty. The crushing of the Yen had been the last act in the suppression of the
rebellion. When that was accomplished, the duke of Chow—for he was the agent,
It is much better to take the clause as I have done,—a view first proposed by Soo
Shih. P. 26. After the =E H there must be something wanting. Compare the two
last paragraphs of Book XVIII. There is probably something lost also after the 3.
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Traditionally historical documents from the Shang/Chou transition and beyond.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