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  1. Chinese Literature Comprising the Analects of Confucius, the Sayings of Mencius, the Shi-King, the Travels of Fâ-Hien, and the Sorrows of Han by Confucius, Mencius, et all 2009-10-04
  2. The Analects of Confucius: A Philosophical Translation (Classics of Ancient China)
  3. The Sayings Of Confucius by Confucius, 2009-10-04
  4. The Analects of Confucius (Norton Paperback) by Confucius, 1997-10-17
  5. Confucius Lives Next Door: What Living in the East Teaches Us About Living in the West by T.R. Reid, 2000-03-28
  6. The Analects (Oxford World's Classics) by Confucius, 2008-08-01
  7. The Analects of Confucius by Arthur Waley, 1989-08-28
  8. The Authentic Confucius: A Life of Thought and Politics by Annping Chin, 2007-11-06
  9. Confucius Analects (Hackett Classics Series) by Confucius, 2003-09
  10. Confucius: The Analects
  11. The Teachings of Confucius - Special Edition by Confucius, 2005-09-09
  12. Thinking Through Confucius (SUNY Series in Systematic Philosophy) by David L. Hall, Roger T. Ames, 1987-10
  13. Confucius: Golden Rule, The by Russell Freedman, 2002-09-01
  14. Confucius from the Heart: Ancient Wisdom for Today's World by Yu Dan, 2009-10-27

1. Confucius, K'ung-fu-tzu
An analysis of the moral philosophy of K'ung-fu-tzu or Kongfuzi.Category Society Philosophy Philosophers confucius......confucius K'ungfu-tzu or Kongfuzi. Copyright (c) 1996, 1997, 2000,2003 Kelley L. Ross, Ph.D. All Rights Reserved. confucius, Note 1.
K'ung-fu-tzu or Kongfuzi
Confucius (551-479 BC Wade-Giles K'ung-fu-tzu or Pinyin Kongfuzi ), or Master K'ung , whose life defines the end of the Spring and Autumn Period in Chinese history, becomes long after his death the dominant Chinese philosopher both morally and politically. In the Warring States Period Mencius Meng Tzu ) (c.390-305 BC) extended and systematized Confucius's ideas; but with Confucius's adoption in the as the official moral and political doctrine of the State, the Confucian tradition became so broad that "Scholar" or "Literatus" became all but synonymous with "Confucian," and so Confucianism could simply be called the Ju Chia [Pinyin Ru Jia ], or School of the Literati The following table gives the basic moral terminology of Confucius, with the Chinese characters. This goes a long way to explaining the nature of Confucius's moral doctrine, since each term embodies the values or disvalues considered morally important. The table is divided into categories that are familiar from the structure of ethics in Western philosophy. Indeed, while many people may think of Indian or Chinese philosophy as intuitionistic or mystical, which is rather like what we do find in

2. The Master Confucius
The Philosopher confucius confucius Temple in Taichung Located in downtown Taichung, the temple is dedicated to the Sage confucius. The architecture follows the example of a palace of the Sung dynasty (9601279). The Philosopher confucius. 551-479 B.C.

3. Analects - Sayings Of Confucius [Kong Zi] [Kung Tze]
The full text of Analects online in 16 different languages.
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4. Confucius Publishing Home Page
An introduction to confucius, his philosophy and the tradition of Confucianism in China and East Asia, Category Society Philosophy Philosophers confucius......Translation of selected verses of the Analects of confucius in English, Spanish,Portuguese, French, Japanese and Modern Chinese. Press to Begin
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5. Kong Fu Zi - Confucius
Introduction to the man and his teachings. Biography, teachings, bibliography and links.Category Society Philosophy Philosophers confucius......To many people, confucius is no more than the setup to a oneline joke. In themeantime, here's what I've collected so far A biography of confucius.
To learn and from time to time to apply what one has learned isn't that a pleasure?
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Photo by Victor Hugo Miranda Jr. To many people, Confucius is no more than the setup to a one-line joke. Few have heard or read any of his teachings. Yet the truth and importance of his words resonate today when they are heard, because Confucius' teachings developed in reaction to the times in which he lived and our times are very much like his. According to writings of the era, the days in which Confucius lived were, compared to the past, a time of moral chaos, in which common values were widely rejected or simply disregarded. Crime was on the rise, with robbery and theft increasing in the countryside and murder a serious problem in the cities and at court; there was a general lack of interest in trying to reintegrate criminals into society. The gulf between rich and poor was broad and growing, with the rich living extravagantly in enormous mansions while an abundance of food somehow failed to reach the hungry who needed it. Government was routinely corrupt and distrusted by the people, who didn't fail to observe the lack of productivity among the rich and powerful: as the chronicler Shu Xiang noted, "The ministers never go out to work in the field." The economy was changing as well. The productive class mostly farmers was shrinking, while the mercantile sector was growing. The marketplaces were flooded with goods described as being costly and of "no real utility." Part of the growing middle class was a sector of scholars, who had great difficulty finding employment.

6. Confucius MAIN MENU
Translation of selected verses of the Analects of confucius in English, Spanish,Portuguese, French, Japanese and Modern Chinese. 15 confucius Publishing Co.
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The Record of Rites, Book IX, "The Commonwealth State"
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7. SansTitre
A list of key characters in the Analects according to seven translations. A special interest in the Original Analects by Bruce and Taeko Brooks.

8. Confucius
The life and work of the Chinese philosopher and educatory; by Jeffrey Riegel.
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Confucius (551-479 BCE), according to Chinese tradition, was a thinker, political figure, educator, and founder of the Ru School of Chinese thought. His teachings, preserved in the Analects , form the foundation of much of subsequent Chinese speculation on the education and comportment of the ideal man, how such an individual should live his live and interact with others, and the forms of society and government in which he should participate. Fung Yu-lan, one of the great 20 th century authorities on the history of Chinese thought, compares Confucius' influence in Chinese history with that of Socrates in the West.
1. Confucius' Life
The sources for Confucius' life are later and do not carefully separate fiction and fact. Thus it is wise to regard much of what is known of him as legendary. Many of the legends surrounding Confucius at the end of the 2 nd century BCE were included by the Han dynasty court historian, Sima Qian (145-c.85 BCE), in his well-known and often-quoted

9. The Internet Classics Archive | The Analects By Confucius
The Analects by confucius, part of the Internet Classics Archive The Analects. By confucius. Written ca. 500 B.C.E


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The Analects
By Confucius
Written ca. 500 B.C.E The Analects has been divided into the following sections:
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10. Confucius
Biographie et philosophie de confucius.
Confucius est né en Chine, il y a environ 2500 ans.
Confucius, en chinois Kongfuzi (551 à 479 avant J-C), philosophe chinois, fondateur du confucianisme, a été l’un des plus influents penseurs de l’histoire chinoise.
L’enseignement de Confucius est basé sur la morale et contient beaucoup de règles de vie pratique. Il a énoncé le premier la loi de bienveillance et de compassion: " Ne faites pas à autrui ce que vous ne voulez pas qu'on vous fasse"
Il a vécu à peu près à la même époque que Lao Tseu et Bouddha. Ils sont à l'origine des trois religions actuelles de la Chine.
La jeunesse
Confucius est né dans l’Etat de Lu dans une famille noble du clan Kong. Son père, gouverneur de la province de Lu, meurt trois ans après sa naissance, laissant la famille sans ressources. Confucius reçoit toutefois une éducation de haut niveau, notamment les traditions culturelles de la dynastie Chou. Il se marie à vingt-quatre ans et a un fils et deux filles. Il exerce momentanément des tâches domestiques pour le chef de la province.
Sa carrière d'instructeur
Sa mère meurt en 527 avant J-C. Au terme d’une période de deuil, il voyage et dispense son enseignement au petit groupe de disciples qui l’entoure alors. Il est rapidement réputé comme un homme de grande érudition et de caractère, profondément respectueux des idéaux de la tradition.

11. Confucius
Confucian Classics. Welcome. This site contains Confucian texts witheach character hyperlinked to its definition and etymology.
Confucian Classics
Welcome. This site contains Confucian texts with each character hyperlinked to its definition and etymology. No Chinese software is necessary - characters are displayed as images. Links to English translations are included.
The Analects

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The Great Learning

Classic of Filial Piety

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12. Confucius Says, Users Submit Quotations And Sayings For Publication
Familyfriendly, user-submitted quotations and sayings.

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A Book version including contributors will be published annually. We are having a major upgrade ! Please continue sending quotations and sayings. To put the world in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must cultivate our personal life; and to cultivate our personal life, we must first set our hearts right. Confucius Kong Fu Zi - Confucius Let us so live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry. MARK TWAIN
Contributed by A. Steiner Connecticut USA A lifetime is more than sufficiently long for people to get what there is of it wrong. ANONYMOUS
Contributed by John Mark San Diego CA USA I don't want to be a passenger in my own life. DIANE ACKERMAN
Contributed by Anonymous Do not take life too seriously; you will never get out of it alive ELBERT HUBBARD
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13. The Internet Classics Archive | Works By Confucius
Find links to texts of "The Great Learning " "The Analects " and "The Doctrine of the Mean." Works by confucius. The Analects. Written ca.



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14. .:Confucius's Home:.
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15. Examples Of Confucius Say, Jokes
Includes introduction to this juvenile Englishlanguage word-play humor.
Examples of Confucius Say, . . . Jokes
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The "Confucius Say, ..." joke (the "Confucious" spelling is also common) is an example of standard-format culture-bound folk-humor. Along with Knock-Knock Jokes they are among the most common examples of juvenile English-language word-play humor. Confucius (also spelled "Confucious", etc.) jokes are always one-liners beginning with the phrase "Confucius Say, ..." [note the non-grammatical format, perhaps indicating an original anti-Chinese intent (cf Rationale of the Dirty Joke )]. Confucius jokes originally centered on a "folk truth," in ways not unlike urban folklore like The Hook . They almost always have a scatological element, ranging from mildly to extremely vulgar. They always include a punning or double-meaning of words or language phrases, particularly colloquial folk-register phrases such as by cracky, to be in the doghouse, to get caught red-handed, to feel low-down , or something which is not on the level , etc.; double-meanings of homonyms such as

16. The Way Of Confucius
Article on the Confucian sites of Qufu, with pictures.
document.write(''); Travel China Guide Confucius More Jeffrey Aaronson Images The Way of Confucius In a remote corner of eastern China, travelers tread the path of the ancient sage To Chinese of ages past, there was no place in all of the Middle Kingdom more revered than Qufu (pronounced Chu-fu), permeated as it was said to be by the spirit of China's greatest philosopher. Confucious, born in 551 B.C. , attracted increasing numbers of disciples to Qufu, a settlement on the Shandong plain in eastern China. A year after his death, in 479 B.C. , the sage's simple cottage in that small town was converted into a temple in his honor. The temple complex continued to grow until, by modern times, it encompassed 49 acres in the heart of Qufu. Today, that preserve of architectural treasures, in addition to the ancient Kong family mansion (home to the philosopher's descendants until the Communist takeover during the 1940s), constitutes one of the most important tourist sites in all of China. Though rarely visited by foreigners, Qufu draws throngs of Chinese to its splendors. A lively street scene, punctuated by the presence of food vendors, trinket sellers and cafés blaring karaoke music, gives way to the serenity of the temple precinct. Here, Chinese visitors crowd before a restored statue of the sage, many of them burning incense as a sign of respect, a sight unimaginable just a few years ago. And just north of the temple lies another vestige of a China lost in time. In an extraordinary walled forest known as the Kong Lin is the grave of Confucious: the Kongs have been buried in this place since the fifth century

17. Confucius
Articles and links about confucius and his works.Category Society Philosophy Philosophers confucius......
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From your Guide. Links in Chinese. Who Is Confucius?
From your Guide. Everything you want to know about Confucius. Analects of Confucius [Kong Zi] With links to Analects. Classical Historiography for Chinese History A list of books compiled by Benjamin A. Elman of the UCLA Social Science Computing Center. Confucian Analects An English translation of Analects. Confucian Classics Includes the Analects, Doctrine of the Mean, the Great Learning, and Classic of Filial Piety. In Chinese. Confucianism Introduction to Confucius and Confucianism. Confucius A woodcut drawing showing Confucius editing and teaching students.

18. What Confucius Thought
A brief summary of the basic concepts behind one of the world's oldest philosophies, Chinese Confucianism.Category Society Philosophy Philosophers confucius......What confucius Thought. by Megaera Lorenz. confucius, since he lived in a wartornsociety, was largely concerned with improving government and society.
What Confucius Thought
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Confucius, since he lived in a war-torn society, was largely concerned with improving government and society. He was convinced that the problem with government and society was a lack of virtue. There were not enough government workers of the ideal kind that Confucius's pupil Zizhang described: A public servant who on confronting danger is prepared to lay down his life, who on confronting gain
concentrates on what is right, who when sacrificing concentrates on reverence, who when mourning concentrates
on grief should definitely be all right. (19:1, Analects This description covers most of the qualities Confucius considered virtuous: sincerity and a willingness to learn, minimal desire for material things, and loyalty. Other factors important in being virtuous included self cultivation, filial piety, extensive knowledge of ritual and poetry, humility, and a good grasp on how to conduct oneself when dealing with other people. Confucius also thought that how you go about trying to achieve something is more important than actually achieving it.
Confucius believed that, because the rulers at his time were not virtuous, they did not please the common people (another important requirement for good government), and incited attacks on themselves from the other warring states. He pointed to the actions of successful historical figures as examples of good and virtuous behavior.

19. Confucius, Un Maître Spirituel
Pr©sentation de confucius.
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Confucius (env. 551- 479 av. J.-C.)
Ce philosophe et penseur chinois exerça une puissante influence sur la culture chinoise et sur son histoire même.
Ainsi, comme la médecine chinoise se préoccupe avant tout de soigner la cause du mal, la doctrine confucéenne propose de soigner la cause profonde des désordres sociaux.
C'est ainsi que les disciples de Maître K'ong développèrent l'idée qu'en cultivant sa personne, l'homme devient un être supérieur rayonnant d'une sagesse qui va immanquablement se propager autour de lui en un principe d'ordre, et influencer positivement toute la société.
Sans pour autant évoquer le nom de Dieu, Confucius s'est fait l'ambassadeur de Son ordre cosmique qu'il propageait par sa quête d'idéal et son souci de l'évolution personnelle dans le respect et l'Amour des autres. Aussi fut-il davantage considéré comme un maître de sagesse plutôt qu'un mystique. Et encore aujourd'hui, nous rendons hommage au Maître spirituel qu'il est, au fils de Lumière venu semer quelques graines d'Amour… 500 ans avant la venue de Jésus-Christ !
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20. Analects Of Confucius
The Analects of confucius. Translated by Charles Muller. Updated 3/5/03. 11 confuciussaid Isn't it a pleasure to study and practice what you have learned?
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The Analects of Confucius
Translated by Charles Muller
First translated during the summer of 1990. Being an HTML document, it is revised and improved from time to time. When citing, please refer to the URL of this page: Installed: 7/1/95 Updated: 3/5/03 1:1 Confucius said: "Isn't it a pleasure to study and practice what you have learned? Isn't it also great when friends visit from distant places? If people do not recognize me and it doesn't bother me, am I not a Superior Man Comment ] Superior Man is a common English translation for the Chinese term which originally means "Son of a Prince"thus, someone from the nobility. In the Analects , Confucius imbues the term with a special meaning. Though sometimes used strictly in its original sense, it also refers to a person who has made significant progress in the Way (Tao) of self-cultivation, by practicing Righteousness, by loving treatment of parents, respect for elders, honesty with friends, etc. Though the is clearly a highly advanced human being, he is still distinguished from the category of

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