Books shelved as confucius: The Analects by Confucius, The Doctrine of the Mean by Confucius, Confucianism: A Very Short Introduction by Daniel K. Gardne. About this book. This comprehensive introduction explores the life and teachings of Confucius, and development of Confucian thought, from ancient times to the present today. Demonstrates the wisdom . Confucius has books on Goodreads with ratings. Confucius’s most popular book is The Analects. by Confucius. A Story from Confucius is a lesson in self-control, published in Chinese Fables and Folk Stories (), translated by Mary Hayes Davis and Chow-Leung. Confucius once heard two of .
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A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress cataloguing in publication data Yao, Hsin-chung. An introduction to Confucianism / Xinzhong Yao. p. cm. Added t.p. . His most recent book is based on the Reischauer Lec- tures he gave at Harvard University and is entitled East Asian Civilizations: A Dialogue in Five Stages. In Professor de Bary was presented with the Lionel Trilling Award for his book . (Book VII, 30) Ren: Human-Heartedness •Confucius' social philosophy largely revolves around the concept of ren, “compassion” or “loving others.” Cultivating or practicing such concern for others . Books on international law or order usually do not include any substantial discussion of Confucius or Confucianism, but the Confucians do have a view on world order. This view ought to be compared to .