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xvi.--good, how only obtained, XII. xi.--may
in its end, XII. xvii.-principles of, I. v.-
Gradual progress of Conf. II. iv.-communi-
Guiding principle of Conf., XVIII. viii.
ment for, II. vi.-cheerfulness in, II. viii.-- | Happiness of Conf. among his disciples, XI. xii.
--of Hwuy in poverty, VI. ix.
Heaven, Conf. rested in the ordering of, XIV.
xxxviii.-knew him, Conf. thought that, XIV.
xxxvii.-no remedy for sin against, III. xiii.
Hesitating faith, Tsze-chang on, XIX. ii.
too much minding of, XIX. xv.
Home, Conf. at, X. xvi.-how Conf. could be
not at, XVII. xx.
Hope, Conf. gives up, for want of auspicious
omens, IX. viii.
Hopeless case, of gluttony and idleness, XVII,
xxii.--of those who assent to advice without
reforming, IX. xxiii.-of those who will not
think, XV. xv.
House and wall, the comparison of a, XIX. xxiii.
Humble claim of Conf, for himself, V. xxvii.---
estimate of himself, VII. ii.; iii.: IX. sv.:
Humility of Conf., VII. xxvi.
effect in a, XIII. xi.
--trait of Conf, in relation to, X. xv.
Impatience, danger of, XV. xxvi.
Improvement, self, II. xviii.- difficult in ad.
vanced years, XVII. xxvi.
Incompetency, our own, a fit cause of concern,
Indignation of Conf. at the usurpation of im.
urpation and extortion by a disciple, XI. xvi.
Instructions to a son about government, XVIII.
XXXV.-different causes of, VIII. x.
Intelligence, what constitutes, XII. vi.
Intercourse, character formed by, V. ii.--of
others, different opinions on, XIX. iii.
Manhood, the vice to be guarded against in,
Manner of Conf, when unoccupied, VII. iv.
Maturing of character, rules for, VII. vi.
XIV. X.-of retired worthy, ou Conf., XIV. Superior man.
Meanness of Wei-shang, V. xxiii.-not so bad
as insubordination, VII. xxxv.
Mercenary officers, impossible to serve along
with, XVII. xv.
Chung, XIV. xvii.; xviii.- Virtue of conceal-
ing, VI. xiii.
Messenger, an admirable, XIV. xxvi.
Military affairs, Conf. refuses to talk of, XV. i.
Minding too much high things, XIX. xv.
importance of good and able, XIV.xx.-must
be sincere and upright, XIV. xxiii.-should
be strict and decided, XIV. viii.
Model student, fond recollections of a, IX XX.
Moral appliances to be preferred in govt., II iii.,
government how carried on in time of, XIV.
xliii.--the trappings of, may be dispensed
with, XIX. xiv.
Murder of the duke of Ts'e, XIV. xxii.
Music, and ceremonies, vain without virtue, IIL
iii.;-effect of, VIII. viii.-effect of on Conf.,
VII. xii.-influence of, in government, XVII.
iv.-of Shun and Woo compared, III. xxv.-on
the playing of, III. xxiii.--service rendered to,
by Conf., IX. xiv.the sound of instruments
does not constitute, XVII. xi.
Name, danger of a bad, XIX. XX-without
reality, VI. xxiii.
Narrow-mindedness, Tsze-chang on, XIX. ii.
Natural-duty, and uprightness in collision,
XIII. xviii.-ease in ceremonies to be prized,
I. xii.--qualities which are favourable to rir.
tue, XIII. xxvii.
ability, XIII. v.
of a, IV. i.
Nine subjects of thought to the superior man,
XI. vi.--rarity of, VI. ii.
Ode, (s), the Chow-nan and Shaou-nan, XVII.X
the Kwan-tsteu, III. xx.--the Yung, III. ii.-
Pih-kwei, X. v.-of Ch'ing, XV.x.-the Nga,
Odes, the study of the Book of, XVI. xiii,
XVII. ix.; X.;-quotations from the, I. xv.; | Prayer, sin against Heaven precludes III. xii.mi
Precaution, necessity of, XV. xi.
XVI. i.-and pusillanimity conjoined, XVII.
XIII. XX.-mercenary, impossible to serve Pretence, against, II. xvii.-Conf. dislike of,
Prince, and minister, relation of, III. xix.-
meanour in relation to, X. xiii.
served, III. Iviii.
the hand of man, XV. xxviii.
XIX. xxiii.-ordinary rules, Conf. not to be Propriety, and music, influence of, XVII. iv.-
combined with learning, VI. xxv., & XII. XV.-
effect of, VIII. viii.-love of, facilitates go-
XV. xxxii.--not in external appurtenances,
XVII. xi.--rules of, I. xii.: III. XV.-rules of,
rules of, VIII. ii.
man, XIX. xvii.-how a son may remonstrate
pendent, XIII. xv., & XVI. ii.
Pursuit of riches, against, VII. xi.
ed to with the, VIII. Ix.
Qualities that are favourable to virtue, XIII.
xxvii.--that mark the scholar, XIII. xxviii.
officer, XIII. xiii.
Readiness of Conf. to impart instruction, VII.
Reading and thought, should be combined, II.
xv., & XV. xxx.
Rebuke to Yen Yew, &c., XVI. i.
Receptivity of Hwuy, II. ix., & XI. iii.
Recluse, Tsze-loo's encounter with a, XVII
VIII. viii., & XVII. ix.; X.--and music, ser Recluses, Conf. and the two, XVIII. vi.
Recollection of Hwuy, Conf. fond, IX. XX.
Regretful memory of disciples' fidelity, XI. ii.
aright than riches, XIV. xi.-no disgrace to
Rernark of an ignorant man about Conf., IX. ii.
Reproof to Tsze-loo, XI. xxiv.
music-master Ch'e, VIII. xv.-of Yaou, VIII. IV. xxvi.
Reputation not a man's concern, XV. xviii.
Residence, rule for selecting a, IV. i.
Respect, a youth should be regarded with, IX. States of Ts'e and Loo. VI. xxii.
xxii.-of Conf. for men, XV. xxiv.-of Conf. Strange doctrines, II. xvi.
Strength, not a fit subject of praise, XIV. XV.
Stupidity of Ning Woo, V. xx.
the Keun-tsze, XII. viii.
Superficial speculations, against, XV. xvi.
xi.; xvi.: VI. xi.; VII. xxxvi.: XVI. viii.-dif-
different in their relation to those employed
by them, XIII. XXV.-different manners of,
XIII. xxiii.-different tendencies of, XIV.
all in all to, XIII. XVI.-should not be occu influence of, XII. xvi.
appearances of, to others, XIX. ix.-cleaves
to virtue, IV. v.-loes not conceal, but
based on right, XV. xxxvi.-four character-
istics of, V. xv.-is righteous, courteous,
humble, and sincere, XV. xvii.-more in deeds
than in words, XIV. xxix.-nine subjects of
thought to, XVI. x.-rule about his words and
actions, IV.xxiv.---self-cultivation, character-
istic of, XIV. xlv.-talents and virtues of,
VIII. vi.--thoughts of in harmony with his
position, XIV. xxviii.--truth the object of,
XV. xxxi.--various characteristics of, XV.
xx.; xxii. ; xxiii.--wishes to be had in remem-
brance, XV. xix.
Superstition of Tsang Wăn, V. xvii.
Supreme authority ought to maintain its power,
Susceptivity of learners, teachers to be guided
by, VI. xix.
Swiftness to speak, incompatible with virtue,
Sympathy of Conf. with mourners, VII. ix.-
Talents, men of, scarce, VIII. XX.-worthless
Taxation, light, advantages of, XII. ix.
Teaching, effect ot, XV. xxxviii.-Conf. earnest-
ness in, IX. vii.-Conf. subjects of, VII. xxiv.
to prepare the people for war, XIII. xxix.; xxx.
Thieves made by the example of rulers, XII.
Think, those who will not, the case of, hopeless,
Conf. instruction of his own, XVI. xiii. Thought and learning, to be combined, II. xv.
Three, errors of speech, in the presence of the
great, XVI. vi.-families, of Loo, Ill. ii.-
friendships advantageous, and three injurious,
XVI. iv.-sources of enjoyment, id.,id., XVI.
in awe, XVI. viii.-years' mourning, XIV.
different persons stop at different, IX. xxix. ty, XVIII. i.
Thunder, Conf. how affected by, X, xvi.
of T'ae-pih, VIII. i.-few really know, XV.
mon of Conf., VII. xvii.-seldom spoken on one's merit, VI. xiii.-influence of, II. i.-
knowledge not lasting without, XV. xxxii.-.
sary to the completion of, XVII. viii.-learn.
ing leading to, XIX. vi.--love of, rare, IV. vi.:
IX. xvii.: XV. xii.--natural qualities which
xxix.--the highest, not easily attained, and
practice of, aided by intercourse with the
XV. viii.-true nature and art of, VI. xxviii.
Virtuous men, not left alone, IV, XXV.-only
can love or hate others, IV.fi.
Vulgar ways and views, against contentment
with, XVII. xiii.
XIII. xxix.; Xxx.
XIII. xviii.---meanness inconsistent with, V. Waywardness, lament over, VI. xv.
xxiii.-necessary to true virtue, VI. xvii. Wealth without virtue, &c., XVI. xii.
Wickedness, the virtuous will, preserves from,
Wife of a prince, appellations for, XVI. xiv.
IV. iv.-is unsubduable, IX. xxv.
-contrasts ot, VI. xxi.: IX. xxviii.
Wishes, different, of Yen Yuen, &c., V.
of Tsze-loo, &c., XI. xxv.
Withdrawing from public life, different causes
of, XIV. xxxix.--of Conf., XVIII. v.; vi.-of
seven men, XIV. xl.
Withdrawing from the world, Conf. proposes,
V. vi.-Conf. judgment on, XVIII. viii.
Words, the force of, necessary to be known,
Work, a man's, is with himself, XIV. XXX.
Conf. by Tsze-loo, XVIII. vii.