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According to Chu apprehending the principle bringing tranquility Buddhist Ch'an Ch'eng brothers Ch'eng Hao Ch'eng-tzu ch'i Ch'ien Ch'un-ch'iu Chan chang-chu chapter of commentary Cheng Hsuan chin-shih China Chinese Classics Chou Chu Hsi comments Chu Hsi explains Chu Hsi says Chu-tzu chuan Chung-yung Confucian canon Confucius cultivation D.C. Lau Daigaku Chuyo disciples discussion dynasty empire establishing harmony extension of knowledge Five Classics Four Books glosses greater learning Ho-nan Ch'eng-shih household Hsi comments CC Hsi says CC Hsi's hsien-sheng hsin hsueh Hu Yuan Huo-wen i-shu inborn luminous Virtue interpretation James Legge K'ung Karlgren Legge luminous Virtue unobscured Lun-yii means Mencius Meng-tzu ming ming-te Morohashi Tetsuji Neo-Confucian Nien-p'u one's oneself passage philosophical principle in things ruler sages scholars self-cultivation Shang shu Shih ching Ssu-ma Ssu-shu studies Sun Fu Sung T'ang Ta-hsueh chang-chii Ta-hsueh text Taoist teachings thoughts true tion translation understanding Wang Wang Yang-ming Wen-chi Wen-kung Yii-lei Yu-lei Yuan