The Sayings of Confucius (Classic Reprint) by Confucius Confucius
Excerpt from The Sayings of Confucius
The indefatigable labours of Chinese commentators have alone rendered the present translation of the Sayings of Confucius a possibility. Next to them I am most indebted to Legge's Confucian Ana lects, a book that is invaluable to the student, although defective as a translation. For much of the information in my notes, and for most of the facts given in the Introduction, I have to thank Legge. Dates I have taken from Professor Giles'
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