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Moral appliances to be preferred in possible to serve with, XVII. xv.;
personal correctness essential to,
their proper work, XIX. xiii.
XVII. xxi. ; government, how car- excellent, XIV. ix.
Old man, encounter with an, XVIII.
Opposing a father, disapproved of,
virtue, III. iii. ; effect of, VIII. | Ordinances of Heaven necessary to be
Parents, grief for, brings out the real
son may remonstrate with, IV. xviii.;
viii. ; three years' mourning for,
bered, IV. xxi.
be attained to with the, VIII. ix.
characteristic of, XII. iii.; charac-
lision, XIII. xviii. ; ease in cere- of, V. xviii. and VI. XX.; five
attained, XIV. vii.; wherein real-
Persistence in error, lament over, V.
Perseverance proper to a student, VI. x.
concern, 1. xvi. and XIV. xxxii. ;
xvi.; correctness, essential to an
officer, XIII. xiii.
nan, XVII. x. ; the Kwan-ts'eu,
xiii. and XVII. ix., X. ; quotations Piety, see Filial.
Plans, what is necessary to concord
desire for, qualified by self-respect, Poetry, benefits of the study of the
by Confucius, IX. xiv.
styled, XIII. xx.; mercenary, im- conferred, V. xiv.
guage, XV. xl.
Poverty, happiness in, VI. ix. ; harder | Rash words cannot be recalled, III.
to bear aright than riches, XIV. xi.; xxi.
no disgrace to a scholar, IV. ix. Readiness of Confucius to impart in-
iv. and XVII. xiv,
bined, II. xv, and XV. Xxx,
xx.; of the music-master Ch'é, VIII. | Receptivity of Hwuy, II. ix. and
Reciprocity the rule of life, XV.xxiii.
III, xiii. ; Confucius declines, for XVIII. vi,
Recollection of Hwuy, Confucius' fond,
Regretful memory of disciples' fidelity,
Ke family, XVI. i. ; and pusillan- Relative duties, necessity of maintain-
ing, XII. xi.
Confucius, IX. ii.
Repentance escaped by timely care,
xix.; Confucius' demeanour before a, Reproof to Tsze-loo, XI. xxiv.
the use of, IV. xxvi.
concord in plans, XV. xxxix. ; and xiv.
with, IX. xxii.; of Confucius for
men, XV. xxiv.; of Confucius for
XVII. iv. ; combined with learning, Retired worthy's judgment on Confu-
Reverence for parents, II. vii.
fucius, XIV. xxii.
what dependent, XIII. xv. and IV. xvi.; is his rule of practice,
duty is the, I. ii.
Ruin and prosperity dependent on what,
XIII. xv. and XVI. ii.
Ruler, virtue in
XIII. xxvii. ; that mark the scholar, conduct all in all to, XIII. xvi;
should not be occupied with what is
the proper business of the people, progress, different persons stop at
different, IX. xxix.
States of Ts'e and Loo, VI. xxii.
Strength, not a fit subject of praise,
xii. ; the great, III. X., xi. ; wrong Stupidity of Ning Woo, V. xx.
Subjects, avoided by Confucius, VII.
xxiv. See Topics.
bis aim must be higher than comfort, II. xix.
Substantial qualities, and accomplish-
Sun and moon, Confucius like the,
Superior and mean man, II. xii., xiii.,
Xxxvi., XVI. viii, ; different air and
their relation to those employed by
of, XIV. xxiv. ; how to know, XV.
changing appearances of, to others,
does not conceal, but changes, his
XIV.xliii.; compilation from, XX. i. on right, XV. xxxvi. ; four charac-
courteous, humble, and sincere, XV.
xvii.; more in deeds than in words,
cessity of, II. xxii.; praise of, y. to, XVI. X. ; rule about his words
and actions, IV. xxiv. ; self-cultiva-
xxii.; of the Keun-tsze, IV. xxiv. thoughts of in harmony with his
ject of, XV. xxxi.; various charac-
wishes to be had in remembrance,
Superiority of Hwuy, VI. ii., V.
VII. xiv. ; Confucius' instruction of Supreme authority ought to maintain
its power, XVI. ii.
be guided by, VI. xix.
virtue, XVII. xiv.
VII, ix. ;
with sorrow, IX. ix.
Talents, men of, scarce, VIII. xx. ;
X. i., X.
Taxation, light, advantages of, XII. sistent with, V. xxiii. ; necessary to
true virtue, VI. xvii,
earnestness in, IX. vii. ; XIII. xiv.
Valour subordinate to righteousness,
Various ability of Confucius, IX. vi.
Vices, of a father, no discredit to a
manhood, and age have to guard
Village, Confucius' demeanour in his,
Vindication, Confucius', of himself,
of the great, XVI. vi.; families, of XVIII. vii.
i. ; few really know, XV, iii. ; how
most common of Confucius, VII, ing one's merit, VI. xiii.; influence
without, XV. xxxii.; leading to em-
to the completion of, XVII. viii.;
Llearning leading to, XIX. vi. ; love
of, rare, IV, vi., IX. xvii., XV. xii.;
xxvii.; not far to seek, VII. xxix. ;
incompatible with meanness, XIV.
course with the good, XV. ix. ; to be
valued more than life, XV.viii. ; true
change, XVII. iii. ; recluses, Con- out wealth, &c., XVI. xii.
Virtues, the great, demand the chief
attention, XIX. xi.
Virtuous men, not left alone, IV. XXV.;
of, III. xxiv.
tentment with, XVII, xiii.
War, how a good ruler prepares the
the advances of an, XVII. vii. Warning to Tsze-loo, XI. xii.
lision, XIII. xviii.; meanness incon- Wealth without virtue, &c., XVI. xii.
Wickedness, the virtuous will preserves XIV. xl.
Withdrawing from the world, Con-
judgment on, XVIII. viii.
Work, a man's, is with himself, XIV.
VI. xx.; contrasts of, VI. xxi., IX. | Workshop, the student's, XIX. vii.
V. xxv.; of Tsze-loo, &c., XI. xxv. regarded with respect, IX. xxii.
ent causes of, XIV, xxxix. ; of Con- in, XVI. vii.
OF PROPER NAMES IN THE CONFUCIAN ANALECTS.
Names in Italics will be found in their own places in this Index, with additional
Ch'ae, surnamed Kaou, and styled Chow dynasty, II. xxiii. III. xiv.,
XVIII, xi., XX. i.
Chow Jin, an ancient historiographer,
Chow-kung, or the duke of Chow, VII.
governed the state of Tsin, XIV.
Chuen-yu, a small territory in Loo,
Yung, a disciple of Confucius, VI.i.,
Tsze-hwa, a disciple of Confucius, V. Chung-mow, a place in the state of
Tsin, XVII. vii.
Chung-shuh Yu, the name as K'ung
Chung Yeu, styled Tsze-loo, a disciple
of Keen, duke of Tsze, XIV. xxii. XVIII. vi.
State of Wei, 111. xxiv.