A Basic Confucius: An Introduction to the Wisdom and Advice of China's Greatest Sage

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Long River Press, 2005 - History - 198 pages
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Confucian thought is one of the founding pillars of Chinese civilization. This book contains some of the more eclectic tenets of Confucius and his disciples compiled from The Four Books and other works. Each quote features an accompanying historical vignette displayed on the opposite page. Offers an outstanding introduction to the world of Chinese philosophy and culture.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER THREE
47
CHAPTER FIVE
75
CHAPTER SEVEN
97
CHAPTER EIGHT
119
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Kujie Zhou is a writer and editor of books about Chinese philosophy and literature.

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