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" The barbarians are like beasts, and not to be ruled on the same principles as citizens. Were any one to attempt controlling them by the great maxims of reason, it would tend to nothing but confusion. The ancient kings well understood this, and accordingly... "
The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ... - Sivu 449
tekijä(t) Samuel Wells Williams - 1848 - 614 sivua
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Nide 10

1840
...regendo regebant. Sic autem eos non reyendo regere, preclara eos optime regendi ars est.' That is, ' The barbarians are like beasts, and not to be ruled...Therefore, to rule barbarians by misrule is the true and the best way of ruling them.' It is on this principle that all the benefits of Chinese law are denied...

The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., Nide 1

John Francis Davis - 1836 - 459 sivua
...The barbarians are like beasts, and not to be ruled on the same principles as citizens. IFere anyone to attempt controlling them by the great maxims of...Therefore to rule barbarians by misrule is the true and the bed way of ruling them." It is on this principle that all the benefits of Chinese law are denied...

The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., Nide 1

Sir John Francis Davis - 1836
...controlling them by the great maxims of reason, it would tend to nothing but confusion. The anctent Kings well understood this, and accordingly ruled...Therefore to rule barbarians by misrule is the true and the but way of ruling them." It is on this principle that all the benefits of Chinese law are denied...

The Chinese

sir John Francis Davis (1st bart.) - 1836
...great maxims of reason, it would tend to nothing but confusion. The ancient Kings well understood Ms, and accordingly ruled barbarians by misrule. Therefore to rule barbarians by misrule is the trite and the best way oj ruling them." It is on this principle that all the benefits of Chinese law...

The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., Nide 1

John Francis Davis - 1840
...The barbarians are like beasts, and not to be ruled on the same principles as citizens. Were anyone to attempt controlling them by the great maxims of...Therefore to rule barbarians by misrule is the true and the best way of ruling them." It is on this principle that all the benefits of Chinese law are denied...

Narrative of the expedition to China, from the commencement of the war

John Elliot Bingham - 1842
...would tend to nothing but confusion. The ancient kings well understood this, and accordingly ruled the barbarians by mis-rule ; therefore to rule barbarians by mis-rule is the true and the best way of ruling them. — DAVIS'S China. THE above extract, though not true in its logic, is...

Narrative of the Expedition to China: From the Commencement of the ..., Nide 1

John Elliot Bingham - 1843
...would tend to nothing but confusion. The ancient kings well understood this, and accordingly ruled the barbarians by mis-rule ; therefore to rule barbarians by mis-rule is the true and the best way of ruling them.— DA vis's China. MANY of my readers may probably be ignorant of the...

Memoir, Geographical, Political, and Commercial, on the Present State ...

Aaron Haight Palmer, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Library - 1848 - 105 sivua
...beasts, snd not to be ruled on the same principles as citizens. Were any one to attempt controlling then; by the great maxims of reason, it would tend to ,...misrule is -the true and best way of ruling them." Lord Napier observes that" the whole system of government here is 'that of subterfuge, and shifting...

The Chinese, Niteet 1–2

John Francis Davis - 1851
...citizens. Were any one to attempt controlling them by the great maxims of reason, it would tend to nolhiny but confusion. The ancient kings well understood this,...Therefore to rule barbarians by misrule is the true and the best way of ruling them." It is on this principle that al] the benefits of Chinese law are denied...

The Chinese

sir John Francis Davis (1st bart.) - 1857
...regendo regebant. Sic autem eos non regendo regere, praeclara eos optime regendi ars est." That is, " The barbarians are like beasts, and not to be ruled...Therefore to rule barbarians by misrule is the true and the best way of ruling them." It was on this principle that all the benefits of Chinese law were (before...




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