The Ethics of Confucius: The Sayings of the Master and His Disciples upon the Conduct of "The Superior Man"

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THE ETHICS OF CONFUCIUS
THE SAYINGS OF THE MASTER AND HIS DISCIPLES UPON THE CONDUCT OF "THE SUPERIOR MAN"

ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE PLAN OF CONFUCIUS WITH RUNNING COMMENTARY BY MILES MENANDER DAWSON MEMBER OF THE CONFUCIAN SOCIETY OF CHINA

WITH A FOREWORD BY WU TING FANG LATE MINISTER TO THE UNITED STATES FROM CHINA

PREPARED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS NEW YORK AND LONDON The Knickerbocker Press 1915

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  • Title Page i
  • Foreword v
  • Introduction vii
  • Confucius xvii
  • Contents xix
  • Chapter I - What Constitutes the Superior man 1
  • Chapter II - Self-Development 48
  • Chapter III - General Human Relations 98
  • Chapter IV - The Family 137
  • Chapter V - The State 172
  • Chapter VI - Cultivation of the Fine Arts 248
  • Chapter VII - Universal Relations 267
  • Appendix - The "Great Principle" of Confucius 299
  • Index 307
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