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  1. Founders of Faith: The Buddha by Michael Carrithers; Confucius by Raymond Dawson; Jesus by Humphrey Carpenter; Muhammad by Michael Cook (Oxford Paperbacks) by Michael Carrithers, Raymond Dawson, et all 1990-03-08
  2. The Essential Confucius by Thomas Cleary, 1993-09-24
  3. Confucian Analects, The Great Learning & The Doctrine of the Mean by Confucius, 1971-06-01
  4. Humanist Anthology: From Confucius to Attenborough
  5. The Analects of Confucius (The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written)
  6. John Dewey, Confucius, and Global Philosophy (S U N Y Series in Chinese Philosophy and Culture) by Joseph Grange, 2004-09
  7. The Discourses and Sayings of Confucius; A New Special Translation, Illustrated With Quotations From Goethe and Other Writers by Confucius, 2010-07-24
  8. The Heart of Confucius: Interpretations of "Genuine Living" and "Great Wisdom" by Archie J. Bahm, Confucius, 1993-02
  9. Music in the Age of Confucius by Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (Smithsonian Institution), 2000-06-15
  10. The Essential Confucius: The Heart of Confucius' Teachings in Authentic I Ching Order
  11. Confucius Jade by Frederick Fisher, 2010-03-30
  12. Confucius: Bold-Faced Thoughts on Loyalty, Leadership, and Teamwork by Laura Ross, 2010-10-05
  13. Wisdom of Confucius by Epiphanius Wilson, 1986-06
  14. The Sayings of Confucius by Confucius, 2008-06-25

41. Library Sun Tzu The Art Of War And Strategy Site By
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William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania, is among our favorite thinkers. He held people in high regard, in terms of wisdom and civility, and expected everyone to pass that hurdle. Expect more of yourself and of the people around you. It is with this intention we re-introduce to readers at his writings. The consummate leader and strategist should be good with both the sword and Penn.
"I find all sorts of People agree, whatsoever were their Animosities, when humbled by the Approaches of Death: Then they forgive, then they pray for, and love one another: Which shews us, that it is not our Reason, but our Passion, that makes and holds up the Feuds that reign among men in their Health and Fulness. They, therefore, that live nearest to that which they should die, must certainly live best." William Penn. Flavius Vegetius Renatus "Military Matters"

42. Works By Confucius
Analects, Doctrine of the Mean, and Great Learning online.
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43. The Analects By Confucius
The Analects by confucius. All Chinese characters hyperlinked to definitions andetymologies. Linked to English translation. The Analects by confucius.
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45. SickDawgs Philosophy Poetry Page
A page dedicated to poetry from famous to up and coming poets. Lots of quotes from sources like Buddha, confucius, The FA, Latin Sayings, Chinese Proverbs.
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46. Confucius - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
confucius. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Image heavens. confuciusredefined li arguing it flowed not from heaven but from humanity.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Confucius py 551 BC 479 BC ) is the famous great sage and social philosopher of China . His influence on Chinese civilization cannot be overestimated; it has spread widely over to Japan Korea and Vietnam , especially through Confucianism , the doctrine developed by his disciples and commentators. Table of contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 His life
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His life
He was born in the Chinese State of Lu 551 BC Hundred Schools of Thought Spring and Autumn Period ) and was the son of a noble family who had recently fled from the State of Song . His parents, however, died when he was three and he grew up in very poor conditions as an orphan. He spent his time attempting to learn everything there was to know, and then passing on the knowledge he possessed onto others.
  • The Jesuits Confucius . This Latinized form have since been commonly used in Western countries.

47. Cochonfucius === Kong Bajie
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Il ne sait pas quoi penser de la Chanson de la Colonie , et encore moins des couplets du Gyrovague. Il peut rester soixante trimestres sonnets , s'entretenir avec Yake Lakang et observer des
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Odile conversations Wexler , ou parmi les habitants de l'Ouest et leurs animaux de compagnie
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48. EAWC Anthology: The Analects
The Analects of confucius. Translator Unknown. Chapter 1. Some one addressedconfucius, saying, Sir, why are you not engaged in the government? .
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Translator Unknown Chapter 1 The Master said, "Is it not pleasant to learn with a constant perseverance and application? "Is it not delightful to have friends coming from distant quarters? "Is he not a man of complete virtue, who feels no discomposure though men may take no note of him?" The philosopher Yu said, "They are few who, being filial and fraternal, are fond of offending against their superiors. There have been none, who, not liking to offend against their superiors, have been fond of stirring up confusion. "The superior man bends his attention to what is radical. That being established, all practical courses naturally grow up. Filial piety and fraternal submission, are they not the root of all benevolent actions?" The Master said, "Fine words and an insinuating appearance are seldom associated with true virtue." The philosopher Tsang said, "I daily examine myself on three points: whether, in transacting business for others, I may have been not faithful; whether, in intercourse with friends, I may have been not sincere; whether I may have not mastered and practiced the instructions of my teacher." The Master said, "To rule a country of a thousand chariots, there must be reverent attention to business, and sincerity; economy in expenditure, and love for men; and the employment of the people at the proper seasons."

49. Rudolf Steiner
Thoughts and links by an individual who sees Homer, confucius, Virgil, Averro«s, Dante, Machiavelli, Shakespeare, and de Goya as incarnations of the same soul.
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51. Writings Of Confucius - Kong Zi [Kung Tze]- China The Beautiful
Writings of confucius KongZi Kung Tze. Full Chinese texts BIG5. LunyuLun Yu Analects of confucius; ShiJing Shih Ching Book of Odes; Xiaojing.
Writings of Confucius - KongZi [Kung Tze]
English translations of the Classics by James Legge
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52. Tao-tö-king Introduction
Reprend les chapitres du Livre de la Voie de confucius en chinois avec traduction et explications linguistiques. Pour amateurs ©clair©s.

53. Ancient China Index
Brief articles about the Great Wall of China, artifacts, astrology, religion, famous sayings by confucius, dragons

54. Confucius Quotes - The Quotations Page
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Be not ashamed of mistakes and thus make them crimes.
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Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it.
Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses.
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He who will not economize will have to agonize.
I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.
Ignorance is the night of the mind, but a night without moon and star.
It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.
Men's natures are alike, it is their habits that carry them far apart.
Respect yourself and others will respect you.
Study the past if you would define the future.
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56. The Internet Classics Archive | The Analects By Confucius
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59. Confucianism As A Way Of Chinese Life
confucius and Confucianism confucius and his Time Master Kung or Kung Futzu(552-479 BC) was the son of poor noble family in the State of Lu.

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    Confucianism: A Philosophy, Not a Religion Although Confucianism is often described as a religion, it is not in the formal sense. Confucius did not write about the gods except to indicate that he accepted the religious beliefs of his day. Neither he nor his followers challenged the existing beliefs in a pantheon of gods and the spirit world which included the spirits of one's prominent ancestors. The cult of worshipping one's ancestors pre-dates Confucianism. This custom had been formalized under the Zhou dynasty. Princely families had the right to worship their ancestors from the founder of their family line to the present. Secondary families in theory were only supposed to be allowed to worship their last 4 generations of ancestors. The head of the family acted as the high priest of the cult and had the responsibility to see that the ancestors were properly worshipped. Powerful ancestors, like any other spirit, had to be placated because they could still have an impact on the natural world.
  • 60. Island Of Freedom - Confucius Corner
    confucius. Kong Qiu, The Master. 551472 BC. teeth. confucius knewbetter. confucius rejected both options and turned to tradition.
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    He found himself surrounded by continuous warfare. The Chou Dynasty was in collapse and rival baronies vied for power. He heard of mass executions of 60,000, 80,000, and even 400,000 people, some being thrown into boiling cauldrons. Soldiers in chariots with ever-increasingly destructive weapons, bored with meaninglessness and the loss of any social cohesion, drank together and raided villages. Tradition and customs were scorned by a population of self-conscious individuals who were replacing social conventions with self-interest. Their parents' and grandparents' opinions and past actions were "obsolete." Passions and factionalism poisoned any possibility of a rational order.
    There are three options in such a situation. One is Hobbesian ; life is nasty, brutish, and short, so there must be laws with teeth. The state must take over with a strong militia behind it, with innumerable laws and tight control over people's lives. Another option is sentimental utopianism. Mo Tzu, a proponent of what is known as Mohism, proposed chien ai , universal love. "Major calamities in the world... arise out of want of mutual love... what is the way of mutual love? It is to regard the state of others as one's own, the houses of others as one's own, the person's of others as one's self... it is all due to mutual love that calamities, strifes, complaints, and hatred are prevented from arising." In other words, in modern terms, the choices are some form of right- or left-wing totalitarianism. Either one will have too many "laws with teeth." A cynical military state is crude, repressive, and paranoid. Utopia is silly; love never fails, but not everyone will do it. It must come from within, and therefore it can't be forced. But they will try to force you through laws with teeth. Confucius knew better.

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