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" The sage and the man of perfect virtue ; — how dare I rank myself with them ? It may simply be said of me, that I strive to become such without satiety, and teach others without weariness. "
Rex Christus: An Outline Study of China - Sivu 45
tekijä(t) Arthur Henderson Smith - 1903 - 256 sivua
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Oriental Religions and Their Relation to Universal Religion, Nide 2

Samuel Johnson - 1877 - 975 sivua
...to carry out in conduct what he believes right.7 He dares not rank himself with the great ideals. " It may simply be said of me that I strive to become like them." He pretends to no originality : " a transmitter, not a maker, believing in and loving the...

One Religion: Many Creeds

Ross Winans - 1873 - 470 sivua
...knowledge. " Is virtue a thing remote ? I wish to be virtuous, and lo ! virtue is at hand." The Master said, " The sage and the man of perfect virtue : —...that I strive to become such without satiety, and teach others without weariness. '• When those who are in high stations perform well all their duties...

The Chinese Classics: Life and teachings of Confucius.-v.2. The life and ...

James Legge - 1875
...statements just made. The following are some of his sayings. — "The sage and the man His own es- / of perfect virtue; — how dare I rank myself with them ? It may simply be said of me, that doctrines. I strive to become such without satiety, and teach others •without weariness." " In letters...

An Analysis of Religious Belief, Nide 1

John Russell Amberley (viscount) - 1877
...will select their good qualities, and follow them ; their bad qualities, and avoid them.'"2 Or again: "The sage and the man of perfect virtue, how dare...that I strive to become such without satiety, and teach others without weariness." 2 " In letters I am perhaps equal to other men, but the character...

Kant's Ethics: The Clavis to an Index : Including Extracts from Several ...

1877 - 920 sivua
...a thing remote? I wish to be virtuous, and lo ! virtue is at hand." [page 159.] XXXIII. The Master said, " The sage and the man of perfect virtue ; — how dare I rank myself with them. 1 It may simply be said of me, that I strive to become such without satiety, and teach others without...

Akten Des ... Internationalen Orientalisten-Kongresses, Nide 2

1879
...occasion me solicitude." Ibid. Analects. VII. 3. The sage and the man of perfect virtue : — how dare / rank myself with, them? It may simply be said of me,...that I strive to become such without satiety, and teach others without weariness." Ibid. VII. 33. "Abroad, to serve the high ministers and officers;...

The Great Dilemma: Christ His Own Witness Or His Own Accuser ; Six Lectures

Henry Bickersteth Ottley - 1881 - 186 sivua
...himself, was very near deifying the Emperor of China. " I cite the' patterns left us by the ancients." " The sage and the man of perfect virtue, how dare I rank myself with them ?" Such were his tenets. For details see Dr. Legge's work on The Life and Teaching of Confucius, especially...

Confucius and the Chinese Classics: Or, Readings in Chinese Literature

Augustus Ward Loomis - 1882 - 432 sivua
...voice. The Master said, " The sage and the man of perfect virtue;—how dare I rank myself with him 1 It may simply be said of me, that I strive to become such without satiety, and teach others without weariness." Kung-se Hwa said, " This is just what we, the disciples, cannot imitate...

The Divine Origin of Christianity Indicated by Its Historical Effects

Richard Salter Storrs - 1884 - 674 sivua
...[The Seven Ways to Neibban.] IV. : p. 7. — "The following are some of his [Confucius'] sayings: ' The sage, and the man of perfect virtue, — how dare...that I strive to become such, without satiety, and teach others, without weariness.' ' In letters I am perhaps equal to other men ; but the character...

teh dragon , image, and demon

rev. hampden c. dubose - 1886
...seaeye." Humility. — Confucius was conscious of his personal defects, and spoke humbly of himself. " The sage and the man of perfect virtue, how dare I rank myself with them ? " " In letters I am perhaps equal to other men, but the character of the superior man, carrying out...




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