edition, 1920-1922 : 19, 52, 79-80, 133-134, 150-152, 159, 171, 176-177, 179,
195, 202, 246, 312, 317-331, 335-337. ... K'img-tyi Chia-yii JL 7 <&. fe (Sayings of
the Confucian School), supposedly a record of sayings by Confucius and his ...
Author: Youlan Feng
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Philosophy, Chinese
Author: Peking. College of Chinese Studies. Library
Confucianism and Its Rivals , London , 1915 . : Gems of Chinese Literature ,
London , 1884 . : The Civilisation of China , London , 1911 . GILES , L . : The
Sayings of Confucius , London , 1920 . - : The Sayings of Lao Tzu , London ,
Author: Joyce Oramel Hertzler
Category: Civilization, Ancient
... HERBERT ALLEN , Confucianism and its Rivals , 1915 GILES , LIONEL , The
Sayings of Confucius , 1920 GLASENAPP , HELMUTH VON , Der Jainismus ,
1925 CHAPTER XXX ETRUSCANS AND CARTHAGINIANS : THEIR ORIGINS
Author: Sir John Alexander Hammerton
Confucius insisted on the importance of this state of mind : ' True goodness ( he
said ) springs from a man ' s own heart ... Nor can a good man be a prig , proud of
his own goodness : ' Your 1 Lionel Giles , The Sayings of Confucius ( 1920 ) , p .
Author: H. N. Spalding
Forke , Anton : Yang Chu ' s Garden of Pleasure , London , 1920 . Murray . Fowler
, H . T ... Giles , Lionel : Musings of a Chinese Mystic ( Chunag Tzu ) , London ,
1920 . Murray . Giles , Lionel : Sayings of Confucius , London , 1920 . Murray .
Author: Carl Holliday
Category: Literature, Ancient
The story of Confucius , his life and sayings . Philadelphia , 1927 . ... Leipzig ,
1920 . Ch 401.5.55 Confucius . Les pages immortelles de Confucius , choisies
Alfred Doeblin . Paris , 1947 . ch 401.5.60 * Confucius . Gesprache . Jena , 1914 .
Author: Harvard University. Library
Secular Sources Part I : Primary Confucian Sources Giles , Lionel , The Sayings
of Confucius . London : John Murry , 1920 . Ku , Hung Ming . The Universal Order
of Conduct of Life . Shanghai : Shanghai Mercury , Ltd . , 1906 . Legge , James ...
Author: Theodore T. Y. Yeh
1920—if not from twenty years earlier— and it is applied either to a person one
regards as beneath oneself or, less often, ... P.B.: in the Analects of Confucius,
the sage's sayings are usu. introduced by the classical Chinese Kong zi yue, lit.
Author: Eric Partridge
Category: Foreign Language Study
The Conduct of Life , or the Universal Order of Confucius : a Translation of one of
the Four Confucian Books , hitherto known as the Doctrine of the Mean , by Ku
Hung - ming , 8vo , pp . 60 , cloth . 1920 2s 6d 3971 - - Lun - yü . — The Sayings
Author: Arthur Probsthain
Category: Art, Chinese
It was Confucius who first broke away from this limitation and set an example of
private teaching . ... According to the “ Family Sayings of Confucius , ” a work
which purports to contain the words of Confucius , but which was ... ( 1920 - 1922
) 2 .
Author: Sampson C. Shen
In other words, Pound's interest in Confucianism developed side by side with his
interest in Chinese poetry, even ... translating Chinese poetry.4 Still, from the mid-
1910s to the late 1920s, Pound's admiration for the Confucian tradition was ...
Author: Feng Lan
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Literary Criticism
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Above all ,
Author: Russell Freedman
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
1920; certainly it had, by 1960, become slightly ob. in Colin Dexter's Last Bus to
Woodstock, 1975: COP Tomsett drained his glass. ' l've always been a bit
dubious about this rape business.' 'Confucius, he say girl with skirt up, she run
Author: Eric Partridge
Publisher: Scarborough House
Category: Social Science
Confucius said , “ The gentleman agrees with others , without being an echo .
The small man echoes without being in agreement . ” ! This is also the same as
saying that there is struggle in unity . There are also both unification and struggle
Author: Zedong Mao
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
S4 Mencius once spoke of the will , saying , “ The will is first and chief , and the
passion - nature is subordinate to it . ... Pleased with the doctrines of the Duke of
Zhou and of Confucius , he came northwards to the Middle Kingdom and studied
Author: Tse-tung Mao
Publisher: East Gate Book