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" I say that all men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of others, my meaning may be illustrated thus: — even now-a-days, if men suddenly see a child about to fall into a well, they will without exception experience a feeling of alarm... "
The Chinese Classics - 201 psl.
autoriai: James Legge - 1895
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The Chinese Classics, 2 tomas

1861
...Never has there been a ruler in such a case who did not attain to the Imperial dignity." CHAPTER VI. 1. Mencius said, "All men have a mind which cannot bear...commiserating mind was practised a commiserating government, the government of the empire was a$ easy a matter aa the making any thing go round in the palm. reciprocal...
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The Chinese Classics– With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical Notes ...

James Legge - 1861
...Never has there been a ruler in such a case who did not attain to the Imperial dignity." CHAPTER VI. 1. Mencius said, "All men have a mind which cannot bear to see the su/erings of others. 2. " The ancient kings had this commiserating mind, and they, as a matter of course,...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics– Or, Readings in Chinese Literature

James Legge - 1867 - 432 psl.
...REFORMS, HE RECOVERS HIS ORIGINAL HEART. THE CHINESE TERM FOR " CONSCIENCE " IS THE " ORIGINAL HEART." Mencius said, " All men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of others. " When I say that all men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of others, my meaning...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics– Or, Readings in Chi Nese Literature

Augustus Ward Loomis - 1867 - 432 psl.
...Mencius said, " All men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of others. " When I say that all men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of others, my meaning may be illustrated thus : even now-a-days, if men suddenly see a child about to fall into...
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The Chinese Classics, 1–2 tomai

Ssǔ shu - 1870 - 382 psl.
...of the empire was as easy a matter as the making anything go round in the palm. 3. " When I say that all men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of others, my meaning may be illustrated thus : — even now-a-days, if men suddenly see a child about to fall...
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The Chinese Classics, 1–2 tomai

Ssǔ shu - 1870 - 382 psl.
...of the empire was as easy a matter as the making anything go round in the palm. 3. " When I say that all men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of others, my meaning may be illustrated thus : — even now-a-days, if men suddenly see a child about to fall...
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The Chinese Classics: The life and works of Mencius

James Legge - 1875
...case where [ihe ruler] did not attain to the royal dignity." VI. 1. Mencius said, "All men have n. mind which cannot bear [to see the sufferings of]...ancient kings had this commiserating mind, and they had likewise, as a matter of course, a commiserating ings besides the fields which were devoted to...
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The Life and Works of Mencius– With Essays and Notes

James Legge - 1875 - 402 psl.
...Heaven. Never has there been such a case where [the ruler] did not attain to the royal dignity." VI. 1. Mencius said, " All men have a mind which'*! cannot bear [to see the sufferings of] others. v-' 2. " The ancient kings had tbis commiserating mind, and they had likewise, as a matter of course,...
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The Chinese Classics, 2 tomas

James Legge - 1875
...view is simply from want of reflection."2 In further illustration of this he argued thus : — "AH men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of otfccrs. My meaning may be illustrated thus : — Even now-a-days," ie, in these degenerate times,...
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The Melbourne Review, 1 tomas

1876
...reason and right. Here is an exquisite piece of subtle analysis of feeling tending to the same view. ' ' All men have a mind which cannot bear to see the sufferings of othe rs. If men suddenly see a child about to fall into a well, they will, without exception, experience...
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