Confucian Notebook

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Tuttle Publishing, Feb 15, 1992 - Philosophy - 89 pages
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There have been many introductions to Confucianism on conventional lines, in which can be found details of the lives of the Master and his successors, with accounts of his teaching and the literature of the School. The pages that follow represent an attempt to give, not a description, but an impression of Confucianism by selecting certain facets of it, which have a special significance or interest, and bringing them each, as it were, to a point of focus.

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Arthur Waley, a shy reclusive scholar, was one of the earliest champions of Asian literature in the English-speaking world.

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