The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Confucianism, חלק 3

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Clarendon Press, 1879

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עמוד 92 - Heaven's plan in the production of mankind is this : — that they who are first informed should instruct those who are later in being informed, and they who first apprehend principles should instruct those who are slower to do so.
עמוד 128 - Heaven sees as my people see ; Heaven hears as my people hear,' that is to say, that what the people are averse to, Heaven [the Deity] is averse to.
עמוד 102 - There is no invariable model of virtue ; — a supreme regard to what is good gives the model of it. There is no invariable characteristic of what is good that is to be supremely regarded ; — it is found where there is a conformity to the uniform consciousness (in regard to what is good).
עמוד 125 - He has extended the punishment of offenders to all their relatives. He has put men into office on the hereditary principle. He has made it his pursuit to have palaces, towers, pavilions, embankments, ponds, and all other extravagances — to the most painful injury of you, the myriads of the people.
עמוד 34 - is of the medium length, and the star is in Hsu; — you may thus exactly determine mid-autumn. The people feel at ease, and birds and beasts have their coats in good condition.' He further commanded the third brother Ho to reside in the northern region, in what was called the Sombre Capital, and (there) to adjust and examine the changes of the winter. 'The day" (said he), 'is at its shortest and the star is in Mao; — you may thus exactly determine mid-winter.
עמוד 420 - The drought is excessive, And I may not try to excuse myself. I am full of terror, and feel the peril, Like the clap of thunder or the roll. Of the remnant of A"au, among the black-haired people, There will not be half a man left ; Nor will God from his great heaven exempt (even) me.
עמוד 125 - Heaven and earth is the parent of all creatures; and of all creatures man is the most highly endowed.* The sincerely intelligent (among men) becomes the great sovereign; and the great sovereign is the parent of the people.
עמוד 33 - ... calculate and delineate the movements and appearances of the sun, the moon, the stars, and the zodiacal spaces, and so to deliver respectfully the seasons to be observed by the people.
עמוד 89 - Order your affairs by righteousness, order your heart by propriety, so shall you transmit a grand example to posterity. I have heard the saying, He who finds instructors for himself comes to the supreme dominion ; he who says that others are not equal to himself comes to ruin.
עמוד xiv - The Chow dynasty later degenerated, then there arose Confucius who transmitted the doctrines of Yao and Shun as if they had been his ancestors, elegantly displayed the doctrines of Wen and...

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