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論語

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《論語》是中國傳統文化的發軔,是中華民族智慧的結晶,被稱作中國人的聖經,對中國人思想系統的形成發揮着重要的作用。《論語》是一部語錄體著作,主要記載孔子及其弟子的言行。《論語》是儒家的原始經典之一,是了解孔子和他的學說的最直接、最可靠的資料。孔子思想的內容很豐富,涉及哲學、政治、教育、倫理、文化等許多方面。

本書為中華「經典隨身讀」系列其中之一,以文白對照的形式,一頁原文對應一頁白話,方便讀者對照閱讀與理解《論語》這一經典名著,使讀者可以輕鬆閱讀、了解及感受中華經典文化的魅力。
Paperback, 1, 253 pages
Published July 2011 by 中華書局(香港)有限公司 (first published -429)
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Darwin8u
Feb 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
子曰:「唯上知與下愚不移。」
The Master said, 'It is only the most intelligent and the most stupid who are not susceptible to change."
- Confucius, The Analects, XVII.3

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I rarely re-read books. An exception to this rule are ethical or religious texts. I love Meditations by Marcus Aurelius and will read this in dribs and drabs throughout the year. The same is true of the New Testament, the Wisdom Books, Psalms, parts of the Book of Mormon, and the Analects. I am drawn to some of the more universal teachings in th
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Lawrence
Sep 08, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
In a class taught by General George S. Patton, IV at the George Washington University in the early 80's, reflecting on his experience in Vietnam, he summarized the failure of US policy in SE Asia as a failure to understand the history and culture of the region.

Years later as I prepared to deploy to Afghanistan it struck me that much of our formal education in my lifetime focused on European and Western philosophers and histories, only perpetuating the vicious cycle which the son of the famous Wo
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تا حالا زياد جملات زيبا و بى نظيرى از كنفوسيوس شنيديم. با كمال تأثر و تأسف، بايد اعلام كنم كه همه شون جعلى هستن، يكى از موارد تب جملات جعلى به بزرگان نسبت دادن.
جملات خود كنفوسيوس، بسيار خسته كننده و عارى از هر گونه زيبايى و نكته ى اخلاقى خاص هستن. به زحمت مى تونيد دو سه جمله پيدا كنيد كه ارزش نقل قول شدن رو داشته باشه. اون هم با دست كارى در جمله!
Stevie
Confucius has a lot of wisdom. Anyone who is serious about living life well would do well to read the Analects.

Poignant Quotes:

If you try to guide the common people with coercive regulations and keep them in line with punishments, the common people will become evasive and will have no sense of shame. If, however, you guide them with Virtue, and keep them in line by means of ritual, the people will have a sense of shame and will rectify themselves.

Give your parents no cause for anxiety other than
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Letitia
It’s depressing to think that the teachings of Confucius constituted a religion in most of East Asia – i.e. they were wise sayings and stories of a great man from a certain time, that have been selectively reinterpreted by kings and heads of state, force-fed to generations of schoolchildren in various eras as a substitute for original thought, and generally manipulated out of context to subjugate a nation into obedience over and over again.

That’s probably why many Chinese intellectuals and progr
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Marius
Sep 25, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: abandoned
O ediție în bătaie de joc. Păcat de copacii care au trebuit tăiați pentru a se face hârtia care a fost mânjită cu porcăria asta.

E învățătură de minte să nu mai arunc banii pe cărți ale unor edituri obscure în care patronul e și traducător, editor, tehnoredactor, contabil iar nevastă-sa se îngrijește de copertă (alege o poză) și seara stinge lumina după ce dă cu mătura.

Bineînțeles, asta nu e o traducere din chineză ci o încropeală din mai multe traduceri. A adunat lucian pricop ediții din toate
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Roy Lotz
There are two things that are commonly labeled ‘philosophy’. The first is philosophy sensu strictu, which deals with technical problems in its various branches, such as epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, etc. The other is what one could call a “philosophy of life”, a vague category that one encounters in religious texts, works of literature, poetry, and also intermingled with formal philosophy. Confucianism, insofar as I understand it, mostly falls into the latter category.

The Analects mainly ta
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David Sarkies
Jul 22, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Political Theorists, Philosophers
Recommended to David by: Stewart
Shelves: philosophy
The political sayings of a Chinese master
22 June 2011

While I have credited the writing of this work to Confucius, it was not actually written by him but rather by his disciples. Thus Confucius joins Socrates and Jesus Christ of having an enormous influence upon the world without actually writing anything down (though this is not correct, as I further outline below). Further, like Jesus Christ and Socrates, the books are a record of his sayings (though, unlike Jesus Christ, he did not perform an
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Justin Evans
Jan 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: philosophy
You can't review the Analects. But you can review editions of the Analects, and this one, translated and commented upon by Annping Chin, is one of the great editions of any philosophy book I've ever come across. The translation clear without being condescending, and Chin includes the Chinese text at the back of the book. Her comments are fascinating; best of all, she includes references to and quotes from the many traditional commentaries on the book, so you know not only what e.g. one random Am ...more
umberto
Oct 08, 2009 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: philosophy
From my 5-day study tour in South Korea (August 5-9), I read a bit about Korean history in English, according to Prof. Han Young Woo (2010: 7), Confucius said, "Learning is a joy of life." This is an interestingly philosophical, psychological and educational quote as well as a groundbreaking one. Just imagine, Confucius said this some 2,500 years ago! Of course, we still need to read him to learn more even in this 21st century and beyond.

I've just posted this quote in my Facebook so that my stud
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Goodreads Librari...: Please Combine - The Analects 2 15 Aug 12, 2012 09:46AM  
  • Mencius
  • Chuang Tzu: Basic Writings
  • Records of the Grand Historian: Qin Dynasty
  • The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch
  • A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy
  • Readings in Classical Chinese Philosophy
  • Fragments
  • The Guide for the Perplexed
  • The Book of Songs: The Ancient Chinese Classic of Poetry
  • The Enneads
  • The Rig Veda
  • Theaetetus
  • A Short History of Chinese Philosophy
  • Essays in Idleness: The Tsurezuregusa of Kenkō
  • De Anima (On the Soul)
  • Principles of Human Knowledge & Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous
  • The Discourses
  • Selected Writings
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Confucius was a Chinese thinker and social philosopher, whose teachings and philosophy have deeply influenced Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese thought and life. Died 479 BC (aged 71–72).

孔子 - Kong Zi
孔夫子 - Kong Fuzi (Kung Fu-Tzu)
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