The Ethics of Confucius
A collection of Confucius’ ethical writings on topics such as the superior man, self-development, human relations, the family, the state, the cultivation of the fine arts, and religion.
The Ethics of Confucius. The Sayings of the Master and his Disciples upon the Conduct of “The Superior Man”, arranged according to the plan of Confucius with running commentary by Miles Menander Dawson, with a foreword by Wu Ting Fang (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1915).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- WORKS OF CONFUCIUS AND CHIEF FOLLOWERS
- THE WORKS OF CONFUCIUS, HIS DISCIPLES, AND MOST IMPORTANT FOLLOWERS
- The Ethics of Confucius
- CHAPTER I: WHAT CONSTITUTES THE SUPERIOR MAN
- CHAPTER II: SELF-DEVELOPMENT
- CHAPTER III: GENERAL HUMAN RELATIONS
- CHAPTER IV: THE FAMILY
- CHAPTER V: THE STATE
- CHAPTER VI: CULTIVATION OF THE FINE ARTS
- CHAPTER VII: UNIVERSAL RELATIONS
- APPENDIX: THE “GREAT PRINCIPLE” OF CONFUCIUS