+ #j—# E is explained by a reference to the same phrase in the “Both possessed
pure Virtue, p. 10. The princes of the States were to Woo an index of the govt. of
Chow. Had they remained loyal to him, that would have shown that his govt. was
It is supposed that this clause has reference to the viscount of Wei, whose
withdrawal from court, it would thus appear, was preceded by violence and
oppression on the part of Show. The next clause—# J# # #, is referred to Pe-kan.
# E. Żf jë ...
... him with all their energies that he might do his work thoroughly, and utterly
destroy the tyrant. Having set before them the prospect of rewards and
punishments, he concludes with a humble but encouraging reference, to his
father Wän. P. 1.
See the reference to it by Mencius, I., Pt. II., viii. It is much in his style. Seun-tsze
has quoted it as from the 'Great Declaration, in his # +& #. ill. #,— an hereditary
enemy, one whose memory must be held in detestation in all the future.
It is remarkable how, in the course of the prayer, reference is expressly made
both to “God' and to “Heaven, as supreme. Why was it not addressed directly to
God? There are both imperfect monotheism and polytheism in God is recognized
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Traditionally historical documents from the Shang/Chou transition and beyond.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