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The heart of Confucius; interpretations of Genuine living and Great wisdom

Author: Archie J Bahm; Confucius.
Publisher: New York, Walker/Weatherhill [1969]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Archie J Bahm; Confucius.
OCLC Number: 31422
Notes: "A Weathermark edition."
Description: 159 pages illustrations 20 cm
Contents: Part 1 Genuine living --
Personal source of social harmony --
Dfficulties in self-development --
Some can, some cannot --
Personal virtue exemplified --
Pretension is unwise --
Nature's way is sufficient --
Nature's way is self-correcting --
Humility is wise --
Start at the source --
Wisdom is invisible --
Wisdom is most worthy --
Rewards of wisdom exemplified --
The wise are considerate --
Good government depends on good men --
Social relationships --
Nine practical principles --
How to become a responsible leader --
Preparation pays --
Man's way versus nature's way --
Two sources of genuineness --
How to influence the world --
Hope for the partly genuine --
Achieving predictive power --
Genuineness improves both self and others --
Genuineness is all-pervading --
Superiority of the sage --
Ability needed for responsibility --
How a sage generates confidence --
Magnificence of nature's way --
The sage has depth and breadth --
The sage is whole-hearted --
The sage is humble --
Part 2 Great wisdom --
The essence of wisdom --
Historical examples --
Need for recreation --
Happiness is the goal --
Prevention better than cure --
Foundations and fulfillments --
Avoiding self-deception --
Emotion distorts judgment --
Prejudice hinders development --
Guiding family prepares for governing state --
Wisdom prerequisite for wealth --
Wealth depends on character --
Wisdom requires discretion.
Other Titles: Zhong yong.
Da xue.
Responsibility: [by] Archie J. Bahm. With a foreword by Thomé H. Fang.

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