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|He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire. ... Cicero, Marcus T. |
We may eventually come to realize that chastity is no more a virtue than
malnutrition. ... Confucius I have never seen a man as fond of virtue as of women.
|Confucius It is man that makes truth great, not truth that makes man great. ... |
Confucius The superior man thinks always of virtue; the common man thinks of
comfort. - Confucius I have never seen a man as fond of virtue as of women.
|IJ> This kind of political thinking might have resonated more in the days of |
Imperial China, when rulers saw ... has met, is subject to human weaknesses: "I
have yet to meet the man who is as fond of virtue as he is of beauty in women" (
15.13). ... cultivate one's personal virtue in an honest and non-self-deceiving way:
The Master said: "Alas, I have never seen a man capable of seeing his own (5o
|Representations of Women and Virtue in Early China Lisa Ann Raphals ... I have |
heard that if a man is too fond of the inner [his wives] he dies for women, and if he
is too fond of the outer [affairs of ... Jing Jiang touched the couch where his body
lay, but did not weep, and remarked that, while she had never seen his conduct ...
|They ' virtue is its own reward/ it certainly should be well for its trouble. ... What |
have 1 seen? the ! man all over the world, ay, and woman too. me a
Mussulman who never asks questions, and of the ... Except Veli Pacha's lion in
the Morea, who followed the Arab keeper like a dog, the fondness of the
hyama for her ...
|Will not some of our friends, who have facilities for investigation, favor as with |
some further information on this subject? ... Are t ey men fearing God and hating
covetousness'! ... we are persuaded they will in so doing, advance the interests of
morality and virtue which have too long suffered from ... Called today on Mrs. C.,
an interesting young woman, and a friend to our cause. ... Called on another lady
who had never seen the pa er, but approved of the object, and sub. scribe for it.
|Two thousand and five hundred years ago, a Chinese scholar known throughout the world as Confucius spent a lifetime wandering and spreading words of wisdom among all he met.|
|I am at a loss to account for this, as I have not been guilty of any of those errors |
which you and all sober men exclaim so ... However, to atone in some measure
for this neglect, I never am seen without a handkerchief, nor with my petticoats ...
If by chance lam alone a whole afternoon, I am never at a loss how to spend my*
time, being fond of reading. ... Now I am sure, when they pursue a wron» one,
that nine times in ten it is owing to the men; for were they to admire women for
|But I shall speak further upon mad that these were the reasons why I have course |
to thee, who always tookest care of me. ... fond of, and one that she took a great
deal oV care of, and fed it herself, for she was a woman that got her living by the
... and when she had never seen the king before, she still did not remember to his
disadvantage that he had condemned her ... and people, and nations, and suited
to the taste of good men, and will encourage them all in the prosecution of virtue,