Confucius Says: The Analects: Contents Rearranged According to Subject Matter

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  • Author: Lin Wusun;
  • Language: English
  • Format: 22.6 x 15.4 x 2 cm
  • Page: 306
  • Publication Date: 01/2017
  • ISBN: 7119105434,9787119105437
  • Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Table of Contents
Ⅰ.Humaneness (仁ren.)
11 What constitutes humaneness and what does not?
1.2 How to achieve humancness.
1.3 What are its main manilcstations?
1.4 The humancness of the humane person
Ⅱ.Ritual Propriety—Social Mores, Etiquette,Customs and Rules Governing Social Relationship
2.1 Relationship between humaneness and ritual propriety.
2.2 The essence of ritual propricty.
23 Ritual propriety as the basis of'good governancc.
2.4 Continuity ofritual propriety.
Ⅲ.Music (乐yue) and poetry (诗shi) and their relationship with ritual propriety
Ⅳ.Other Confucian Values
4.1 Virtue/Virtuosity (德de).
4.2 The method of the mean (中庸zhongyong).
4.3 Harmony (和he).
4.4 Loyalty (忠zhong) and Forbearance (恕shu).
4.5 Trust (信xin), mutual trust among people and being truthful to one's own words.
4.6 Justice /Appropriateness / Righteousness (义yi).
4.7 Rectification ofnames (正名zhengming).
4.8 Wisdom (智zhi).
4.9 Filial Piety (孝xiao).
4.10 Aspiration (志zhi).
4.11 Bravery (勇yong).
Ⅴ.On friendship (友you) and the right way to conduct oneself and deal with others
Ⅵ.Comments on Philosophical Issues
6.1 The Way (道dao).
6.2 Life and Death /Time.
6.3 Heaven (天tian) and Mandate of Heaven (天命tianming).
6.4 Gods and spirits.
6.5 Human Nature (人性renxin).
Ⅶ.Learning (学xue) and teaching
7.1 Learning the "six arts (六艺liuyi) ".
7.2 Learning for self—improvement (striving to improve one's moral character).
7.3 Method of learning.
7.4 Attitude of learning and teaching.
7.5 Method of teaching.
7.6 No discrimination in student admission.
Ⅷ.Governance (政zheng)
8.1 Humaneness as its guiding principle.
8.2 Rule by virtue rather than rule by punishment.
8.3 Rulers as role—models.
8.4 Importance of selecting the right people as administrators.
8.5 Significance ofproviding the right kinds of education for the people.
8.6 Other requirements.
Ⅸ.Man of honor(君子Junzi) vs.the petty—minded man (小人Xiaoren)
9.1 What makes one a man of honor—criteria for being a Junzi.
9.2 Traits of the petty—minded man.
9.3 Difference between a man of honor and a petty—minded person.
Ⅹ.Role and Duty of Scholar / Official (士shi)
10.1 Scholar/Official (shi).
10.2 Ru (儒) / Hermit (隐士) /Good person (善人).
11.1 About the time he livedin and before.
11.2 About historical and contemporary figures.
11.3 About current and historical events.
Ⅻ.Confucius' comments about himself and how he behaved in different situations
12.1 About himself.
12.2 How he behaved in different situations.
ⅩⅢ.Confucius' Disciples
13.1 What they said about Confucius during his lifetime.
13.2 What they said about Confucius after his death.
13.3 Their interpretations ofC,onfucius' core ideas.
13.4 What Confucius said about his disciples and how he evaluated them.
ⅩⅣ.Miscellaneous topics which do not belong to any of above categories
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