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Confucius By Andy Lester
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This is a book to tell you about the wonderful chinese scholar,teacher,and philosopher Confucius.
Confucius... By John Kallio
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Have you ever wondered if there were things that Confucius kept to himself? ...Were there things Confucius didn't say? And what about the things Confucius should have said...
Analects of Confucius By Confucius
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The Analects are a record of the deeds and wisdom of China's primary philosopher Confucius, who lived during the 5th century BC. Much like Socrates, whose wisdom was later recorded by Plato,... More > Confucius' life and thoughts were studied and recorded by his disciples and passed on, and it continues to influence the moral and philosophical landscape of China, Korea, Japan and Vietnam today. The Analects represent a central body of philosophy that have been studied by every Chinese scholar for the last few millennia: for "a man was not considered morally upright or enlightened if he did not study Confucius' works." To read them is to better understand the underpinnings of Eastern social, moral and philosophical thought. In the words of Confucius: "To quietly persevere in storing up what is learned, to continue studying without respite, to instruct others without growing weary - is this not me?"< Less
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This Chinese sage from the sixth century BC is probably the most quoted philosopher and moralizer ever, a guide to everyday as well as heavenly conduct. CALLENDER ANCIENT WISDOM
Confucius the Works By Confucius
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The Analects The Doctrine of the Mean The Great Learning "How dare I claim to be a sage or a benevolent man?" By constructing the philosophy expressed through The Analects,... More > Confucius might well dare to make such a claim. The Analects are a collection of Confucius' sayings, compiled by his pupils shortly after his death in 497 B.C., and they reflect the extent to which Confucius held up a moral ideal for all men. The aim is the perfection of one's moral character, the method one of arduous pursuit of such moral attributes as benevolence, wisdom, courage; the result is no recompense either in this life or the next – to follow the Way must be its own reward. A harsh philosophy perhaps, but shining through it is the splendid intellect and spirit of one of the most reasonable and humane thinkers of all time.< Less
Syntactic Analyses 31: Analects, (Confucius) By Confucius
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The Sayings of Confucius A New Translation of the Greater Part of the Confucian Analects By Confucius
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Lionel Giles (29 December 1875 – 22 January 1958) was a... More > British scholar and translator. Lionel Giles served as assistant curator at the British Museum and Keeper of the Department of Oriental Manuscripts and Printed Books. Lionel Giles is most notable for his 1910 translation of The Art of War by Sun Tzu and The Analects of Confucius.Giles was the son of British diplomat and sinologist, Herbert Giles.Giles was born at Sutton, the fourth son of Herbert Giles and his first wife Catherine Fenn. Excerpt from:< Less
Analects By Confucius
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Confucian Analects (Illustrated) By Confucius
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Scholar, philosopher and political sage, Confucius lived at a turbulent time in his country's history, the so-called 'Spring and Autumn Period' of the sixth century BC, during which China was wracked... More > by warfare.< Less
The Book of Music By Confucius
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In our Lost Book series. K’ung Fu–Tzu, known in the west as Confucius, wrote the ‘Six Books’ in the sixth century bce. Consisting of The Book of Poetry, The Book of Rituals,... More > The Book of History, The Book of Changes, The Spring and Autumn Annals, and The Book of Music, knowledge of these books would be the basis of appointment to the Chinese bureaucracy for over 2000 years. Unfortunately, at some point in this period, The Book of Music was lost, leading some to claim that it never really existed. {This may be true} Please note, this is not suitable as a reader's copy. Please review before purchasing. Really.< Less

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