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" Therefore, the superior man must be watchful over himself when he is alone. 2. There is no evil to which the mean man, dwelling retired, will not proceed, but when 'he sees a superior man he instantly tries to disguise himself, concealing his evil, and... "
Life and Teachings of Confucius - Page 32
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
...effort to what is right and wr : m L', " as we love what is beautiful, and as we hate a bad smell."12 How are we to attain to this state? Here the Chinese...superior man must be watchful over himself when he is alone."13 Following Choo's 6th chapter of commentary, and forming, we may say, part of it, we have...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics: Or, Readings in Chi Nese Literature

Augustus Ward Loomis - China - 1867 - 432 pages
...we hate a bad odor, and as -when we love what is beautiful. This is called self-enjoyment. Therefore the superior man must be watchful over himself when he is alone. There is no evil to which the mean man, dwelling retired, will not proceed, but when he sees a superior...
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The Chinese Classics: Translated Into English, with Preliminary Essays and ...

James Legge - Chinese literature - 1869
...hate a bad smell, and as when we love what is beautiful. This is called self-enjoyment. Therefore, the superior man must be watchful over himself when he is alone. 2. There is no evil to which the mean man, dwelling retired, will not proceed, but when he sees a superior...
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The Chinese Classics: with a Translation, Critical and Exegetical ..., Volume 1

James Legge - China - 1861
...effort to what is right and wrong, " as we love what is beautiful, and as we hate a bad smell."12 Howare we to attain to this state? Here the Chinese moralist...superior man must be watchful over himself when he is alone."18 Following Choo's 6th chapter of commentary, and forming, we may say, part of it, we have...
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A Systematical Digest of the Doctrines of Confucius: According to the ...

Ernst Faber - Confucianism - 1875 - 131 pages
...we loathe bad smells and love that which is beautiful. This is called self-satisfaction, Therefore the superior man must be watchful over himself, when he is alone, The following sentences, too, point to intentions; compare VII. on the heart; PM XXIII. (294). Therefore...
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A systematical digest of the doctrines of Confucius, according to the ...

Ernst Faber - 1875
...we loathe bad smells and love that which is beautiful. This is called self-satisfaction, Therefore the superior man must be watchful over himself, when he is alone, The following sentences, too, point to intentions; compare VII. on the heart; DM XXIII. (294). Therefore...
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The Chinese Classics: Life and teachings of Confucius.-v.2. The life and ...

James Legge - China - 1875
...hate a bad smell, and as when we love what is beautiful. This is called self-enjoyment. Therefore, the superior man must be watchful over himself when he is alone. 2. There is no evil to which the mean man, dwelling retired, will not proceed, but when he sees a superior...
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A Systematical Digest of the Doctrines of Confucius: According to the ...

Ernst Faber - Confucianism - 1875 - 131 pages
...we loathe bad smells and love that which is beautiful. This is called self-satisfaction, Therefore the superior man must be watchful over himself, when he is alone, The following sentences, too, point to intentions; compare VII. on the heart; DM XXIII. (294). Therefore...
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Confucianism and Taouism

Sir Robert Kennaway Douglas - Chia - 1879 - 287 pages
...hate a bad smell, and as we love what is beautiful. This is called enjoyment in oneself. Therefore the superior man must be watchful over himself when he is alone." The thoughts or intentions are such as proceed out of the heart, and he who wishes to rectify his heart...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics: Or, Readings in Chinese Literature

Augustus Ward Loomis - China - 1882 - 432 pages
...we hate a bad odor, and as when we love what is beautiful. This is called self-enjoyment. Therefore the superior man must be watchful over himself when he is alone. There is no evil to which the mean man, dwelling retired, will not proceed, but when he sees a superior...
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