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" They are well-behaved, law-abiding, intelligent, economical, and industrious, — they can learn anything and do anything, — they are punctiliously polite, they worship talent, and they believe in right so firmly that they scorn to think it requires... "
Letters from a Chinese Official: Being an Eastern View of Western Civilization - Sivu 63
tekijä(t) Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1903 - 75 sivua
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The Overland Monthly

1911
...and wrong the public is an equitable judge; or in the words of Sir Robert Hart, "they (the Chinese) believe in right so firmly that they scorn to think...it requires to be supported or enforced by might." That this saying is based on a correct philosophical conception and that 'our belief is also the guiding...

The American Monthly Review of Reviews, Nide 23

1901
...have existed. The Chinese themselves have more respect for justice than any other nation. "They are well-behaved, law-abiding, intelligent, economical,...everywhere they have their literary clubs and coteries for hearing and discussing each other's essays and verses : they possess and practise an admirable system...

"These from the Land of Sinim.": Essays on the Chinese Question

Robert Hart - 1901 - 254 sivua
...there, but are characteristic of the race as a whole and the civilization it has developed. They are well-behaved, law-abiding, intelligent, economical,...everywhere they have their literary clubs and coteries for hearing and discussing each other's essays and verses, — they possess and practise an admirable system...

The Review of Reviews, Nide 23

William Thomas Stead - 1901
...existed. The Chinese themselves have more respect for justice than any other nation : — They are well-behaved, law-abiding, intelligent, economical,...everywhere they have their literary clubs and coteries for hearing and discussing each other's essays and verses ; they possess and practise an admirable system...

"These from the Land of Sinim.": Essays on the Chinese Question

Sir Robert Hart - 1901 - 254 sivua
...characteristic of the race as a whole and the civilization it has developed. They are well-behaved,_law-abiding, intelligent, economical, and industrious, — they...everywhere they have their literary clubs and coteries for hearing and discussing each other's essays and verses, — they possess and practise an admirable system...

Present Day Papers, Nide 4

1901
...as law-abiding and well-behaved, possessors and practisers of an admirable system of ethics, — " they believe in right so firmly that they scorn to...it requires to be supported or enforced by might," — fond of good works, — charitable, generous and of a retentive gratitude ; " of a good faith that...

Letters from John Chinaman

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1902 - 62 sivua
...the use of force. 'They believe in right/ says Sir Robert Hart— let me quote it once more—'they believe in right so firmly that they scorn to think...it requires to be supported or enforced by might.' Yes, it is we who do not accept it that practise the Gospel of peace; it is you who accept it that...

Letters from a Chinese Official: Being an Eastern View of Western Civilization

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1903 - 75 sivua
...the use of force. "They believe in right," says Sir Robert Hart — • let me quote it once more — "they believe in right so firmly that they scorn to...it requires to be supported or enforced by might." Yes, it is we who do not accept it that practise the Gospel of peace; it is you who accept it that...

Japan [and China]: China; its history, arts and literature

Frank Brinkley - 1904
...characteristic of the race as a whole and the civilisation it has developed. They are well-behaved, intelligent, economical, and industrious ; they can...everywhere they have their literary clubs and coteries for hearing and discussing each other's essays and verses ; they possess and practise an admirable system...

Letters from John Chinaman

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson - 1904 - 62 sivua
...the use of force. 'They believe in right,' says Sir Robert Hart — let me quote it once more — ' they believe in right so firmly that they scorn to...it requires to be supported or enforced by might.' Yes, it is we who do not accept it that practise the Gospel of peace ; it is you who accept it that...




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