The Analects of Confucius (from the Chinese Classics)

The Analects of Confucius (from the Chinese Classics)

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This digitized version preserves the original page breaks. It is the English translation portion of the CONFUCIAN ANALECTS, which is one part of Legge's THE CHINESE CLASSICS. The Prolegomena, The Great Learning, and The Doctrine of the Mean can be found in other Project Gutenberg files.

The original Chinese of the CONFUCIAN ANALECTS and Legge's notes are presented along with this English translation in other Project Gutenberg files.

THE CHINESE CLASSICS

with a translation, critical and exegetical notes, prolegomena, and copious indexes

by James Legge

IN FIVE VOLUMES

CONFUCIAN ANALECTS THE GREAT LEARNING THE DOCTRINE OF THE MEAN

CONFUCIAN ANALECTS. BOOK I. HSIO R.

CHAPTER I. 1. The Master said, 'Is it not pleasant to learn with  a constant perseverance and application? 2. 'Is it not delightful to have friends coming from distant  quarters?' 3. 'Is he not a man of complete virtue, who feels no  discomposure though men may take no note of him?'

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