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A systematical digest of the doctrines of Confucius, according to the Analects, Great learning, and Doctrine of the mean, with an introduction on the authorities upon Confucius and Confucianism TEXT University of Michigan. Burial site of Confucius, Qufu, China, ca. Cemetery of Confucius, Qufu, China, ca. Christ or Confucius, which? The New York Public Library. Confucius sinarum philosophus, sive, Scientia sinensis latine exposita Getty Research Institute.
Sackler Gallery. Gate at Temple of Confucius , Beijing, China, ca. Gate leading to Temple of Confucius, Beijing, ca. Lee Library. So Smithsonian Libraries. Pillars at the temple of Confucius, Qufu, Shandong, China, ca. State Historical Society of Missouri. The Chinese classics : a translation by James Legge. Part I. The economic principles of Confucius and his school The moral aphorisms and terseological teachings of Confucius The music-lesson of Confucius, [electronic resource] and other poems.
The music-lesson of Confucius, and other poems. The music-lesson of Confucius,: and other poems. The works of Confucius : containing the original text Vol. Vietnamese tanks during Cholon fight on Confucius Boulevard; Saigon.
Kong-tze kia-yu. Les entretiens familiers de Confucius,
Gay Sterboul Sylvie. Confucius, ses disciples et la population. La publication de l'ouvrage de M. Robert Horvath. Jean Chesneaux. It expresses one of the aspects of Chinese philosophy attempting to adapt man to society, the other being expressed by Taoism, which wishes to bring man back to nature. The Confucians were quick to realize the importance of population and the need to know its numbers and structure; they showed rulers the part they should play in the collection and use of population statistics.