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OF SUBJECTS IN THE CONFUCIAN ANALECTS.
Ability, various of Confucius, IX. vi, Antiquity, Confucius' fondness for
of, III. ix,
vi. ; blended with solid excellence, ciples, V. ii.
Appearances, fair, are suspicious, I.
and XVII. xvii.
Appellations for the wife of a prince,
timating himself, VII. xxxii. Appreciation, what conduct will in-
iv. ; of Confucius were lessons and met by Confucius, VII. xxviii.
Approbation, Confucius', of Nan Yung,
Yung, &c., VI. i.; of Tsze-loo, &c., Aptitude of the Keun-tsze, II. xii.
Archery, contention in, III. vii.; a
Ardent and cautious disciples, Con-
Art of governing, XII. xiv.
case, IX. xxiii.
Attainments of Hwuy, like those of
Attributes of the true scholar, XIX. i.
hope for want of, IX. viii.
to, III. xvii.
Barbarians, how to civilize, IX. xiii.
Becloudings of the mind, XVII. viii. Common practices, some indifferent
susceptibility, VI. xix.
dence, VI. xxiv.; and wisdom, XII. | Comparisons, against making, XIV.
to a scholar, VIII. vii.
should cherish, XVIII. xix.
virtue, I. XIV., and VI. xvi.
Concubines, difficult to treat, XVII.
Condemnation of Tsang. Woo-Chung,
employment, XIV. xli.
to his, IV. ii.
preciated, XV. v.
xvii. ; Confucius refuses to sell his, ing and to ruling, XIX. X.
repentance avoided hy, 1. xiii. ; blind, XV. xli. ; a generous, of
Consolation to Tsze-new, when anxi-
1. xii. ; impropriety in, III. x. ; in- Constancy of mind, importance of,
Contention, the superior man avoids,
ledge, 'four, XVI. ix.; only two | Culpability of not reforming known
fucius like, XIX. XXV.
Dead, offices to the, I. ix.
Earnestness in teaching of Confucius,
about, XI. xi, ; how Confucius felt Egotism, instance of freedom from,
Eight able officers of the Chowdynasty,
Emolument, learning for, II. xviii.;
End, the, crowns the work, IX, xxi. .
xxxvi. ; of his own method of teach- ous sources of, XVI. v.
Tsze-loo, by Confucius, XI. xiv.
cius, VII. XXX.
self, VII. ii., iii., IX. XV., XIV.
ŠVIII. iv.; from Ts'e, XVIII. ployed, XIII. x.
Estimation of others, not a man's con-
cern, XIV. xxxii.
Example, better than force, II. -
xvii., xviii., xix. ; the secret of
rulers' success, XIII, i. ; value of.
in those in high stations, VIII. ii.
Expenditure, against useless, XI. xiii.
the internal, XIV. v.
good, XIV. xxi.
ing officers, VI. iii. ; without sus- Fair appearances are suspicious, I. iii.,
, and XVII. xvii.
Fasting, rules observed by Confucius
Father's vices, no discredit to a virtu-
Feelings, need not always be spoken,
Fidelity of his disciples, Confucius'
memory of, XI. ii.
Filial piety, s. xi., IV. xix., XX., xxi. ;
in, II. viii. ; the foundation of vir-
keen, XI. iv.; of Măng Chang,
Flattery of sacrificing to others' an-
Food, rules of Confucius about his, X. communication of his doctrine, V.
Hwuy, XI. ix.
for, XI. i.
Happiness of Confucius among his
disciples, XI. xii. ; of Hwuy in
poverty, VI. ix.
Haste, not to be desired in government,
Heaven, Confucius rested in the order-
ing of, XIV. xxxviii. ; knew him,
Confucius thought that, XIV.
xxxvii. ; no remedy for sin against,
High aim proper to a student, VI. x.;
things, too much minding of, XIX.
Home, Confucius at, X. xvi.; how
Confucius could be not at, XVII. xx.
Hope, Confucius gives up, for want of
auspicious omens, IX. viii.
rents, I. ix,
to advice without reforming, IX.
xxiii. ; of those who will not think,
House and wall, the comparison of a,
Humble claim of Confucius for himself,
V. xxvii. ; estimate of himself, VII.
ii., iii., IX. xv., XIV. xxx.
Hundred years, what good govern-
ment could effect in a, XIII. xi.
Idleness of Tsae Yu, V. ix. ; case of,
Ignorant man's remark about Con-
fucius, IX. ii.
Imperial rites, usurpation of, III. i.,
Improvement, self, II. xviii.; difficult
concern, XV. xviii.
Indifference of the officer King to
Indignation of Confucius at the usurp-
XIII. xvi. ; good, how only obtained, the support of usurpation and extor-
wrong overcoming the right, XVII.
Inferior pursuits, inapplicable to great
Instruction, how a man may find, parents and ministers, XIV. viii.;
to rulers, VIII. X.; to Tsze-loo,
Lessons and laws, Confucius' actions
VII. XXXV. ; different causes of, Libation, pouring out of, in sacrifice,
ii. ; of Confucius with others, traits VI. xvii,
determining a man's character,
Literary acquirements, useless without
practical ability, XIII. v.
Litigation, how Tsze-loo could settle,
Tsze-ch'an, &c., XIV. x. ; of retired of Hwuy, XI. vi. ; rarity of, VI.
Loving and hating aright, IV. iii.
Man, in relation to principles of duty,
IX. vii.; four classes of men in re- against in, XVI. vii.
Maturing of character, rules for,
natural defect, VIII. xvi. ; sickness Mean man, glosses his facts, XIX.
See Superior man.
Merit of Kung-shuh Wăn, XIV. xix.;
describes himself as a, VII. xviii. Messenger, an admirable, XIV. xxvi.
xxv, and XII. xv.; Confucius' fond- talk of, XV. i.
Model student, fond recollections of ay