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The Chinese View
Confucius and the Struggle for Human Happiness
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Analects ancient antiquity aristocrats asserted became become believed Buddha Buddhism called Ch'i Ch'in Chapter China Chinese Communists Chinese Philosophy Chinese thought Chou Chu Hsi Chuang Tzu Confucius considered criticism culture death democracy developed disciples doctrine dynasty early Emperor Wu ethics evil fact Fei Tzu feudal fucian Heaven horse Hsiin Tzii Hsiin Tzu Hu Shih human nature Ibid ideas important influence intellectual king Lao Tzu later laws Legalist Legge lived Lu Hsiang-shan Mao Tse-tung means mind Ming dynasty ministers Mo Tzii Mo Tzu moral Neo-Confucianism official one's original nature philosophy political practice principle punishments reason ruler sage scholars seems Shang social spirit Sun Yat-sen superior Taoist teacher teaching things throne tion traditional translated true Tung Chung-shu Tzu says Tzu tells Tzu's virtue virtuous Wang Yang-ming Western wrote Yen Yuan