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" Therefore his fame overspreads the Middle kingdom, and extends to all barbarous tribes. Wherever ships and carriages reach ; wherever the strength of man penetrates; wherever the heavens, overshadow and. the earth sustains ; wherever the sun and moon... "
Life and Teachings of Confucius - Page 53
by JAMES LEGGER D.D. - 1867
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The Chinese Classics: With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical ..., Volume 1

James Legge - China - 1861
...wherever the heavens overshadow and the earth sustains; wherever the sun and moon shine; wherever frosts and dews fall: — all who have blood and breath unfeignedly...Hence it is said, — " He is the equal of Heaven." CHAPTER XXXII. 1. It is only the individual possessed of ^the most entire sincerity that can exist...
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The Chinese Classics: With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical ..., Volume 1

James Legge - China - 1861
...and moon shine; wherever frosts and dews fall: — all who have blood and breath unfeignedly hon our and love him. Hence it is said, — " He is the equal of Heaven," CHAPTER XXXII. 1. It is only the individual possessed of the most entire sincerity that can exist under...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 100

Scotland - 1866
...wherever the heavens overshadow, and the earth sustains ; wherever the sun and moon shine ; wherever frost and dews fall — all who have blood and breath unfeignedly honour and love him. He is the equal of Heaven." Remusat, WH Medhurst, and other scholars by no means inclined to exaggerate...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics: Or, Readings in Chinese Literature

James Legge - China - 1867 - 432 pages
...his ideal, how earnest is he ! Call him an abyss, how deep is he ! Call him heaven, how vast is he ! Who can know him but he who is indeed quick in apprehension,...all-embracing knowledge, possessing all heavenly virtue ? CHAPTER III. STANDARD RULES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE EMPIRE. " All who have the government of the...
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Chips from a German Workshop, Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - Mythology - 1867
...wherever the heavens overshadow and the earth sustains, wherever the sun and moon shine, wherever frost and dews fall, all who have blood and breath unfeignedly...him. Hence it is said — He is the equal of Heaven' (p. 53). This is certainly very magnificent phraseology, but it will hardly convey any definite impression...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics: Or, Readings in Chi Nese Literature

Augustus Ward Loomis - China - 1867 - 432 pages
...sun and moon shine ; wherever frosts and dews fall : all who have blood and breath unfeignedly honor and love him. Hence it is said, " He is the equal of heaven." It is only the individual possessed of the most entire sincerity that can exist under heaven, who can...
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The "ever-victorious Army,": A History of the Chinese Campaign Under Lt.-Col ...

Andrew Wilson - China - 1868 - 395 pages
...wherever the heavens overshadow, and the earth sustains ; wherever the sun and moon shine ; wherever frost and dews fall, — all who have blood and breath unfeignedly honour and love him. He is the equal of Heaven." Re"musat, AV. H. Medhurst, and other scholars by no means inclined to exaggerate...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 45

Henry Allon - Christianity - 1867
...four seasons in their alternute progress, and to the sun. and moon in their successive shining.' ' Quick in apprehension, clear in discernment, of far-reaching intelligence and all-embracing knowledge, he was fitted to exercise rule ; magnanimous, generous, benign, and mild, he was fitted to exercise...
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The Chinese Classics: Translated Into English, with Preliminary Essays and ...

James Legge - Chinese literature - 1869
...cap," the visibilities of the ruler. "He sustains; wherever the sun and moon shine; wherever frosts and dews fall : — all who have blood and breath...Hence it is said, — " He is the equal of Heaven." XXXII. 1. It is only the individual possessed of the most entire sincerity that can exist under heaven,...
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Chips from a German Workshop: Essays on the science of religion

Friedrich Max Müller - Comparative linguistics - 1869
...the sun and moon shine, wherever frost and dews fall, all who have blood and breath unfeignedly honor and love him. Hence it is said, — He is the equal of Heaven " (p. 53). This is certainly very magnificent phraseology, but it will hardly convey any definite impression...
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