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xvi.--good, how only obtained, XII. xi.--may
be conducted efficiently, how. XX. ii.-moral

in its end, XII. xvii.-principles of, I. v.-
Fair appearances are suspicious, I. üi., & XVII. requisites of. XII. vii.

Gradual progress of Conf. II. iv.-communi-
Fasting, rules observed by Conf., when, X. vii. cation of his doctrine, V. xii.
Father's vices, nu discredit to a virtuous son, Griet, Conf. vindicates his for Hwuy, XI. in
VI. iv.

Guiding principle of Conf., XVIII. viii.
Faults of men, characteristic of their class, IV.

Feelings, need not always be spoken, XIV. iv.

Fidelity of his disciples, Conf, memory of, XI. ii.
Filial piety, I. xi.: IV. xix.; XX.; xxi.-argu-

ment for, II. vi.-cheerfulness in, II. viii.-- | Happiness of Conf. among his disciples, XI. xii.
the foundation of virtuous practice, I. ii.-of

--of Hwuy in poverty, VI. ix.
Meen Tsze-keen, XI. iv.-of Máng Chwang, Haste, not to be desired in government, XIII.
XIX. xviii.-reverence in, II. vii.--seen in

care of the person, VIII. iii.

Heaven, Conf. rested in the ordering of, XIV.
Firmness of superior man, based on right, XV.

xxxviii.-knew him, Conf. thought that, XIV.

xxxvii.-no remedy for sin against, III. xiii.
Five excellent things to be honoured, XX. ii.

Hesitating faith, Tsze-chang on, XIX. ii.
--things which constitute perfect virtue, High aim proper to a student, VI. x.-things,
XVII. vi.

too much minding of, XIX. xv.
Flattery of sacrificing to others' ancestors, II.

Home, Conf. at, X. xvi.-how Conf. could be

not at, XVII. xx.
Food, rules of Conf. about his, X. viii.

Hope, Conf. gives up, for want of auspicious
Foreknowledge, how far possible, II. xxiii.

omens, IX. viii.
Forethought, necessity of, XV. xi.

Hopeless case, of gluttony and idleness, XVII,
Formalism, against, III. iv.

xxii.--of those who assent to advice without
Former times, Conf. preference for, XI. i.

reforming, IX. xxiii.-of those who will not
Forward youth, Cont. employment of a, XIV.

think, XV. xv.

House and wall, the comparison of a, XIX. xxiii.
Foundation of virtue, I. ii.

Humble claim of Conf, for himself, V. xxvii.---
Four bad things, to be put away, XX. ii.-

estimate of himself, VII. ii.; iii.: IX. sv.:
classes of men in relation to knowledge,

XIV. xxx.
XVI, ix.

Humility of Conf., VII. xxvi.
Frailties from which Conf. was free, IX. iv. Hundred years, what good government could
Fraternal submission, I. ii.

effect in a, XIII. xi.
Friends, rule for choosing, I. viii., & IX. xxiv.

--trait of Conf, in relation to, X. xv.
Friendship, how to maintain, V. xvi.—Taze-

chang's virtue too high for, XIX. xvi.
Friendships, what, advantageous and injurious, Idleness of Tgae Yu, V. ix.—case of, hopeless,

XVI. iv.
Frivolous talkers, against, XV. xvi.

XVII. xxii.
Funeral rites, Conf. dissatisfaction with Hwuy's, Ignorant man's remark about Conf., IX. ii.
XI. Xto parents, I. ix.

Impatience, danger of, XV. xxvi.
Furnace the, and the S. W. Corner, of a house, Imperial rites, usurpation of. III. i.; ii.; vi.
III. xiii.

Improvement, self, II. xviii.- difficult in ad.

vanced years, XVII. xxvi.

Incompetency, our own, a fit cause of concern,

XV. xviii.
Indifference of the officer King to riches, XIII.

Gain, the mean man's concern, IV. xvi.

Indignation of Conf. at the usurpation of im.
Generosity of Pih-e and Shuh-tsée, V. xxii. perial rites, III. i.; ii.-at the support of us-
Glib-tongued, Conf. not, XIV. xxxiv.

urpation and extortion by a disciple, XI. xvi.
Glibness of tongue and beauty, esteemed by the -at the wrong overcoming the right, XVII.
age, VI. xiv,

Glossing faults, a proof of the mean man, XIX. | Inferior pursuits, inapplicable to great objects,

XIX. iv.
Gluttony and idleness, case of, hopeless, XVII. Instruction, how a man may find, VII. xxi.

Instructions to a son about government, XVIII.
God, address to, XX. i.
Golden rule, expressed with negatives, V. xi.: | Insubordination, worse than meanness, VII.
XV. xxiii.

XXXV.-different causes of, VIII. x.
Good fellowship of Conf., VII. xxxi.

Intelligence, what constitutes, XII. vi.
Good, learning leads to, VIII. xii.

Intercourse, character formed by, V. ii.--of
Good man, the, XI. xix.—we must not judge a Conf. with others, traits of. X. xi.-with
inan to be, from his discourse, XI. xx.

others, different opinions on, XIX. iii.
Governing, the art of, XII. xiv.-without per- Internal, the, not predicable from the external,
sonal effort, XV, iv.

XIV. v.
Government, good, seen from its effects, XIII. Ironical, admonition. XIII. xiv.



Manhood, the vice to be guarded against in,

XVI. vii.

Manner of Conf, when unoccupied, VII. iv.
Jealousy of others' talents, against, XV. x.; iii. Marriage-making, Conf. in, V. i.
Joy of Conf. independent of outward circum- Mat, rule of Conf. about his, X. ix.
stances, VII. xv.

Maturing of character, rules for, VII. vi.
Judgment of Conf. concerning Tsze-ch'an, &c., Mean man, glosses his facts, XIX. viii. See

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.
Merit of Kung-shuh Wăn, XIV. xix.-of Kwan

Chung, XIV. xvii.; xviii.- Virtue of conceal-
Keun-tsze, See Superior man.

ing, VI. xiii.
Killing, not to be talked of by rulers, XII. xix.

Messenger, an admirable, XIV. xxvi.
Knowing and not knowing, II. xvii.

Military affairs, Conf. refuses to talk of, XV. i.
Knowledge, disclaimed by Conf., IX. vii.-
four classes of en in relation to, XVI. ix. Minister, the faithful, XV. xxxvii.

Minding too much high things, XIX. xv.
-not lasting without virtue, XV. xxxii.- Ministers, great and ordinary, XI. xxiii.-
of Conf. not connate, VIII. xix.-sources of

importance of good and able, XIV.xx.-must
Conf., XIX. xxii.-subserves benevolence, II.

be sincere and upright, XIV. xxiii.-should

be strict and decided, XIV. viii.
Mission of Conf., Yen Yuen's confidence in, XI.


Model student, fond recollections of a, IX XX.

Moral appliances to be preferred in govt., II iii.,
Lament over moral error added to natural de Mourners, Conf. sympathy with, vil. ix.; & x.
fect, VIII. xvi.-sickness of Pih-new, VI.

viii.-persistence in error, V. xxvi.-rarity of Mourning, three years for parents, XVII. xxi.
the love of virtue, IV. vi.-the rash reply of

government how carried on in time of, XIV.
Tsae Go, III. xxi.--the waywardness of men,

xliii.--the trappings of, may be dispensed
VI. xiv.-of Conf., that men did not know

with, XIX. xiv.
him, XIV. xxxvii.

Murder of the duke of Ts'e, XIV. xxii.
Language, the chief virtue of, XV. xl.

Music, and ceremonies, vain without virtue, IIL
Learner the, I. i.; xiv.-Conf. describes himself

iii.;-effect of, VIII. viii.-effect of on Conf.,
as a, VII. xviii.

VII. xii.-influence of, in government, XVII.
Learning and propriety combined, VI. XXV., &

iv.-of Shun and Woo compared, III. xxv.-on
XII. XV.--Conf. fondness for, V. xxvii.--

the playing of, III. xxiii.--service rendered to,
different motives for, XIV. xxv.-end of, II.

by Conf., IX. xiv.the sound of instruments
xviii.-how to be pursued, VI. xi., & VIII.

does not constitute, XVII. xi.
xvii.—in order to virtue, XIX. vi.--necessity Musicians of Loo, thé, dispersion of, XVIII. ix.
of, to complete virtue, XVII. viii.--quickly Music-master, praise of a, VIII. xv.
leads to good, VIII. xii.-should not cease or
be intermitted, IX. xviii.-substance of, I. vii.
--the indications of a real love of, XIX. v.--

the student's workshop, XIX. vii.
Lesson, of prudence, XIV. ix.—to parents and
ministers, XIV. viii.--to rulers, VIII. X.--to

Name, danger of a bad, XIX. XX-without
Tsze-loo, XIII. i.

reality, VI. xxiii.
Lessons and laws, Conf. actions were, XVII. Names, importance of being correct, XIII. iii.

Narrow-mindedness, Tsze-chang on, XIX. ii.
Libation, pouring out of, in sacrifice, III. x.

Natural-duty, and uprightness in collision,
Life, human, valued by Conf., X. xii.—without

XIII. xviii.-ease in ceremonies to be prized,
uprightness, not true, VI. xvii.

I. xii.--qualities which are favourable to rir.
Likings and dislikings of others, in determining Nature of a man, grief brings out the real, XIX.

tue, XIII. xxvii.
a man's character, XIII. xxiv., & XV. xxvii.

Literary acquirements, useless without practical Neighbourhood, what constitutes the excellence

ability, XIII. v.
Litigation, how Tsze-loo could settle, XII. xii.

of a, IV. i.
-it is better to prevent, XII. xiii.

Nine subjects of thought to the superior man,

XVI. s.
Love of virtue rare, IV. vi., & IX. xvii.
Love to learn, of Conf., V. xxvii.--of Hwuy, Notoriety, not true distinction, XII. xx.

XI. vi.--rarity of, VI. ii.
Loving and hating aright, IV. iii.


Ode, (s), the Chow-nan and Shaou-nan, XVII.X

the Kwan-tsteu, III. xx.--the Yung, III. ii.-
Madman, the, of To‘oo, XVIII. v.

Pih-kwei, X. v.-of Ch'ing, XV.x.-the Nga,
Man, in relation to principles of duty, XV. IX. xiv.: XVII. xviii.

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
III. xviii.; IX. xxvi.; XII. X.-the pure design Conf. declines, for himself, VII. xxxiv.
of the, II. ii.

Precaution, necessity of, XV. xi.
Otfice, declined by Tsze-k‘een, VI. vii.-desire Preliminary study, necessity of to governing, XI.
for, qualified by self-respect, IX. xii.-Conf., xxiv.
why not in, II. xxi.—when to be accepted, and Presumption, &c., of the chief of the Ke family,
when to be declined, VIII. xiii.

XVI. i.-and pusillanimity conjoined, XVII.
Officers, classes of men who may be styled, xii.

XIII. XX.-mercenary, impossible to serve Pretence, against, II. xvii.-Conf. dislike of,
with, XVII. xv.-personal correctness essen IX. xi.
tial to, XIII. xiii.--should first attend to their Pretentiousness of Conf. time, VII. xxv.
proper work, XIX. xiii.

Prince, and minister, relation of, III. xix.-
Official notifications of Ch‘ing, why excellent, Conf, demeanour before a, X. ii.-Conf. de.
XIV. ix.

meanour in relation to, X. xiii.
Old knowledge, to be combined with new acqui. Princes, Conf. influence on, I. x.-how to be
sitions, II. xi.

served, III. Iviii.
Old man, encounter with an, XVIII. vii. Principles, agreement in, necessary to concord
Opposing a father, disapproted of, VII. xiv. in plans, XV. xxxix.-and ways of Yaou,
Ordinances of Heaven necessary to be known, Shun, &c., XX. i.—of duty, an instrument in
XX. iji.

the hand of man, XV. xxviii.
Ordinary people, could not understand Conf., Prompt decision good, V. xix.

XIX. xxiii.-ordinary rules, Conf. not to be Propriety, and music, influence of, XVII. iv.-
judged by, XVII. vii.

combined with learning, VI. xxv., & XII. XV.-
Originator, Conf. not an, VII. i.

effect of, VIII. viii.-love of, facilitates go-
vernment, XIV. xliv.-necessary to a ruler,

XV. xxxii.--not in external appurtenances,

XVII. xi.--rules of, I. xii.: III. XV.-rules of,
necessary to be known, XX. iii.-value of the

rules of, VIII. ii.
Parents, grief for, brings out the real nature of a Prosperity and ruin of a country, on what de-

man, XIX. xvii.-how a son may remonstrate
with, IV. xviii.-should be strict and decided, Prowess conducting to ruin, XIV. vi.

pendent, XIII. xv., & XVI. ii.
XIV. viii.-three years' mourning for, XVII. Prudence, a lesson of, XIV. iv.
xxi.-their years to be remembered, IV. xxi.

Pursuit of riches, against, VII. xi.
People, what may and what may not be attain. Pusillanimity and presumption, XVII. xii

ed to with the, VIII. Ix.
Perfect virtue, caution in speaking, character-
istic of, XII. iii.-characteristics of, XIII.

xix.-estimation of, V. xviii., &. VI. xx.-five
things which constitute, XVII. vi.-how to
attain to, XII i.--not easily attained, XIV. Qualifications of an officer, VIII. xiii.
vii.-wherein realized, XII. ii.

Qualities that are favourable to virtue, XIII.
Persistence in error, lament over, V. xxvi.

xxvii.--that mark the scholar, XIII. xxviii.
Perseverance proper to a student, VI. x.
Personal attainment, a man's chief concern, I.
xvi., & XIV. xxxii.--conduct, all in all to a

ruler, XIII. xvi.—correctness, essential to an

officer, XIII. xiii.
Perspicuity the chief virtue of language, xv. Rash words cannot be recalled, III. xxi.

Readiness of Conf. to impart instruction, VII.
Pervading unity, Conf. doctrine a, IV. xv.-how vii.-of speech, V. iv., & XVII. xiv.
Conf. aimed at, XV. viii.

Reading and thought, should be combined, II.
Phænix, the, IX. viii., & XVIII. v.

xv., & XV. xxx.
Piety, see Filial.

Rebuke to Yen Yew, &c., XVI. i.
Pity of Conf. for misfortune, LX. ix.

Receptivity of Hwuy, II. ix., & XI. iii.
Plans, what is necessary to concord in, xv. Reciprocity, the rule of life, XV. xxiii.

Recluse, Tsze-loo's encounter with a, XVII
Poetry, benefits of the study of the Book of, vii.

VIII. viii., & XVII. ix.; X.--and music, ser Recluses, Conf. and the two, XVIII. vi.
vice rendered to by Conf. IX. xiv.

Recollection of Hwuy, Conf. fond, IX. XX.
Posthumous titles, on what principle conferred, Reflection, the necessity of, IX. xxx.
V. xiv.

Regretful memory of disciples' fidelity, XI. ii.
Poverty, happiness in, VI. ix.-harder to bear Relative duties, necessity of maintaining, XII.

aright than riches, XIV. xi.-no disgrace to
a scholar, IV. ix.

Rernark of an ignorant man about Conf., IX. ii.
Practical ability, importance of, XIII. v. Remonstrance with parents, IV. xviii.
Practice, Conf. zeal to carry his principles into, Repentance escaped by timely care, I. xiii.
XVII. v.

Reproof to Tsze-loo, XI. xxiv.
Praise of the house of Chow, VIII. xx.-of the Reproofs, frequent, warning against the use of,

music-master Ch'e, VIII. xv.-of Yaou, VIII. IV. xxvi.
xix.—of Yu, VIII. xxi.

Reputation not a man's concern, XV. xviii.
Praising and blaming, Conf. correctness in, XV. Resentments, how to ward off, XV. xiv.

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.
for rank, IX. ix.

Strength, not a fit subject of praise, XIV. XV.
Retired worthy's judgment on Conf., XIV. xlii. Student's proper work, XIX. xiii.
Reverence for parents, II. vii.

Stupidity of Ning Woo, V. xx.
Riches, pursuit of, uncertain of success, VII. xi. Subjects, avoided by Conf. VII. XX.-of Conf.
Right way, importance of knowing the, IV. viii. teaching, VII. xxiv. See Topics.
Righteous and public spirit of Conf., XIV. xxii. Submission of subjects, how secured, II. xix.
Righteousness the Keun-tsze's concern, IV. xvi. Substantial qualities, and accomplishments, in
-is his rule of practice, IV. x.

the Keun-tsze, XII. viii.
Root of benevolence, filial and fraternal duty is Sun and moon, Conf. like the, XIX. xxiv.
the, I. ii.

Superficial speculations, against, XV. xvi.
Royal ruler, a, could, in what time, transform Superior and mean man, II. xii.; xiii.; xiv.: IV.
the empire, XIII. xii.

xi.; xvi.: VI. xi.; VII. xxxvi.: XVI. viii.-dif-
Ruin and prosperity dependent on what, XIII. ferent air and bearing of, XIII. xxvi.
xv., & Xvi. ii.

different in their relation to those employed
Rule of life, reciprocity the, XV. xxiii.

by them, XIII. XXV.-different manners of,
Kuler, virtue in a, II. i.

XIII. xxiii.-different tendencies of, XIV.
Rulers, a lesson to, VIII. x.--personal conduct xxiv.-how to know, XV. xxxiii.-opposite

all in all to, XIII. XVI.-should not be occu influence of, XII. xvi.
pied with what is the proper business of the Superior man, above distress, XV. i:-changing
people, XIII. iv.

appearances of, to others, XIX. ix.-cleaves
Ruling, best means of, II. iii.

to virtue, IV. v.-loes not conceal, but
Running stream, a, Conf. how affected by, IX. changes, his errors, XIX. xxi.-firmness of,

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
Sacrifice, Conf. sincerity in, III. xii.--the great,

thought to, XVI. x.-rule about his words and

actions, IV.xxiv.---self-cultivation, character-
III. X.; xi.--wrong subjects of, II. xxiv.

istic of, XIV. xlv.-talents and virtues of,
Sagehood, not in various ability, IX. vi.
Scholar, attributes of the true, XIX.i.—his aim

VIII. vi.--thoughts of in harmony with his
must be higher than comfort, XIV. iii.

position, XIV. xxviii.--truth the object of,

XV. xxxi.--various characteristics of, XV.
Self-cultivation, I. viii., & IX. xxiv.--a man's
concern, IV. xiv.--a characteristic of the

xx.; xxii. ; xxiii.--wishes to be had in remem-
Keun-tsze, XIV. xlv.-Conf. anxiety about, Superiority of Hwuy, VI. ii.; V.

brance, XV. xix.
VII. iii.--steps in, I. xv.
Self-examination, I. iv.

Superstition of Tsang Wăn, V. xvii.
Selfish conduct causes murmuring, IV. xii.

Supreme authority ought to maintain its power,

XVI. ii.
Self-respect should quality desire for office, IX.

Susceptivity of learners, teachers to be guided
Self-willed, Conf. not, XIV. xxxiv.

by, VI. xix.
Sequences, of wisdom, virtue, and bravery, IX.

Swiftness to speak, incompatible with virtue,

XVII. xiv.
Servants, difficult to treat, XVII. xxv.

Sympathy of Conf. with mourners, VII. ix.-

IX. ix.
Shame of caring only for salary, XIV. i.
Shaou, a name of certain music, III. xxv.
Sheep, the monthly offering of a, III, xvii.

Shoo-king, quotation from, II. xxi.; XIV. xliii.
-compilation from, XX. i.

Talents, men of, scarce, VIII. XX.-worthless
Silent mourning, three years of, XIV. xliii. without virtue, VIII. xi.
Simplicity, instance of, VIII. v.

Taxation, light, advantages of, XII. ix.
Sincerity, cultivation of, I. iv.--necessity of, II. Teacher, qualification of a, II. xi.
xxii.-praise of, V. xxiv.

Teaching, effect ot, XV. xxxviii.-Conf. earnest-
Slandering of Tsze-loo, XIV. xxxviii.

ness in, IX. vii.-Conf. subjects of, VII. xxiv.
Slowness to speak, of the ancients, IV. xxii. -graduated method of, XIX. xii.-_necessary
of the Keun-tsze, IV. xxiv.

to prepare the people for war, XIII. xxix.; xxx.
Small advantages not to be desired in govern- Temple, Conf. in the grand, XIII. xv., & X. xiv.
ment, XIII. xvii.

Thieves made by the example of rulers, XII.
Social intercourse, qualities of the scholar in, xviii.
XIII. xxiii.

Think, those who will not, the case of, hopeless,
Solid excellence blended with ornament, VI. xvi. XV. xv.
Son, a, opposing his father, against, VII. xiv. Thinking without reading, fruitless, XV. XXX.

Conf. instruction of his own, XVI. xiii. Thought and learning, to be combined, II. xv.
Sources of Conf. knowledge, XIX. xxii.

Three, errors of speech, in the presence of the
Specious words, danger of, XV. xxvi.

great, XVI. vi.-families, of Loo, Ill. ii.-
Speech, discretion in, XV. vii.

friendships advantageous, and three injurious,
Spirit of the times, against, III. xviii.

XVI. iv.-sources of enjoyment, id.,id., XVI.
Spirits, Conf. evades a question about serving, V.--things of which the superior nian stands
XI. xi.-of the land, altars, of, III. xxi.

in awe, XVI. viii.-years' mourning, XIV.
Stages of attainment, VI. xviii.--of progress, xliii.: XVII. xxi.--worthies of the Yin dynas.

different persons stop at different, IX. xxix. ty, XVIII. i.

with sorrow,

Thunder, Conf. how affected by, X, xvi.

of T'ae-pih, VIII. i.-few really know, XV.
Topics, avoided by Conf., VII. xx.—most com iii.- how to exalt, XII. X.; xxi.--in concealing

mon of Conf., VII. xvii.-seldom spoken on one's merit, VI. xiii.-influence of, II. i.-
by Conf., IX. i.

knowledge not lasting without, XV. xxxii.-.
Traditions of the principles of Win and Woo, leading to empire, XIV. vi.-learning, neces-
XIX. xxii.

sary to the completion of, XVII. viii.-learn.
Training of the young, I. vi.

ing leading to, XIX. vi.--love of, rare, IV. vi.:
Transmitter, Conf. a, VII. i.

IX. xvii.: XV. xii.--natural qualities which
Trappings of mourning may be dispensed with, favour, XIII. xxvii.--not far to seek, VII.
XIX. xiv.

xxix.--the highest, not easily attained, and
Treatment of a powerful, but unworthy officer incompatible with meanness, XIV. vii.-the
by Conf., XVII. i.

practice of, aided by intercourse with the
True men, paucity of in Conf. time, VII. xxv. good, XV. ix.-to be valued more than life,
Truthfulness, necessity of, I. xxii.

XV. viii.-true nature and art of, VI. xxviii.
Two classes only whom practice cannot change, --without wealth, &c., XVI. xii.
XVII. iii.-recluses, Conf. and the, XVIII. vi. Virtues, the great, demand the chief attention,

XIX. xi.

Virtuous men, not left alone, IV, XXV.-only

can love or hate others, IV.fi.
Vocation of Conf., a stranger's view of, III. xxiv.

Vulgar ways and views, against contentment
Unbending virtue, V. x.

with, XVII. xiii.
Unchangeableness of great principles, II. xxiii.
Unity of Conf. doctrine, IV. xv., & XV. ii.
Unmannerly old man, Conf. conduct to an,

XIV. xlvi.
Unoccupied, Conf. manner when, VII. iv.
Unworthy man, Conf. responds to the advances War, how a good ruler prepares the people for,
of an, XVII. vii.

XIII. xxix.; Xxx.
Uprightness, and natural duty in collision, Waruing to Tsze-loo, XI. xii.

XIII. xviii.---meanness inconsistent with, V. Waywardness, lament over, VI. xv.

xxiii.-necessary to true virtue, VI. xvii. Wealth without virtue, &c., XVI. xii.
L'surped rites, against, III. i ; ii ; vi.

Wickedness, the virtuous will, preserves from,
Usurping tendencies of the Ke family, XIII. IV. iv.

Wife of a prince, appellations for, XVI. xiv.
Utensil, Tsze-kung an, V. iii.-the accomplished Will, the virtuous, preserves from wickedness,
scholar not an, II. xii.

IV. iv.-is unsubduable, IX. xxv.
Wisdom and virtue, chief elements of, VI. XX.

-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
Valour subordinate to righteousness, XVII.

of, XIV. xxxix.--of Conf., XVIII. v.; vi.-of

seven men, XIV. xl.
Various ability of Conf., IX. vi.

Withdrawing from the world, Conf. proposes,
Vice, how to correct, XII. xxi.

V. vi.-Conf. judgment on, XVIII. viii.
Vices, of a father, no discredit to a good son,

Words, the force of, necessary to be known,
VI. iv.-which youth, manhood, and age have

XX. iii.
to guard against, XVI. vii.

Work, a man's, is with himself, XIV. XXX.
Village, Conf. demeanour in his, X. i.; X.
Vindication, Conf., of himself, vi. xxvi.—of Workshop, the student's, XIX. vii.

Conf. by Tsze-loo, XVIII. vii.
Virtue, alone adapts a man for his condition,

IV. ii.--and not strength a fit subject of
praise, XIV. xxxv.-ceremonies & music vain Young, duty of the, I. vi.-should be regarded
without, III. iii.--complete, I. i.--contentment with respect, IX. xxii.
with what is vulgar injures, XVII. xiii.-Youth, the vice to be guarded against in, XVI.
devotion of the Keun-toze to, IV.V.-exceeding, vii.


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