Mengzi


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Related to Mengzi: Mencius, Xunzi

Meng·zi

 (mŭng′dzē′)

Mengzi

(ˈmɛŋˈtseɪ) or

Meng-tze

n
(Biography) the Chinese name for Mencius
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4) The interpretation I shall develop in this essay is significantly at odds with the so-called "Neo-Confucian" and "New Confucian" lines of interpretation of Mengzi and Kongzi.
I also made use of some passages from the Zhongyong [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Doctrine of the Mean) and the Mengzi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ([Writings of] Mencius) in order to illumine our understanding of Kongzi's experiences.
28) See Mengzi yizhu, Yang Bojun, commentary (Hong Kong: Zhonghua shuju youxian gongsi, 1994), 192-192, no.
Holloway sensibly argues that the language of this text should not be interpreted through the lens of transmitted literature such as Lunyu, Mengzi or Xunzi.
There are indications in other texts, such as Mengzi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] that certain parts of Lunyu 10 were explicitly associated with Confucius, and Sima Qian quotes parts of it in his biography of Confucius.
Mengzi, With Selections from Traditional Commentaries.
1599 56739 TENGCHONG 2507N 09829E 1649 56778 KUNMING 2501N 10240E 1892 56985 MENGZI 2323N 10320E 1302 57083 ZHENGZHOU 3443N 11330E 111 57461 YICHANG 3042N UUOE 134 57745 ZHIJIANG 2727N 10940E 273 57993 GANZHOU 2552N U500E 138 58362 SHANGHAI 3124N 12120E 8 58606 NANCHANG 2836N 11550E 50 59287 GUANGZHOU 2310N 11320E 42 59316 SHANTOU 2324N 11640E 3 59431 NANNING 2238N 10810E 126 59758 HAIKOU 2002N 11020E 24 STATION PRES TEMPE VAPOR SURE RATU PRESS TRE URE MEAN MEAN SEA MEAN DEPA MEAN DEPA STATION A LEVEL RT RT EUROPE NORWAY 01001 JAN MA YEN 997.
In the "Gong Meng" chapter, other relevant anecdotes present a dialogue between Mozi and Gong Mengzi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] an intellectual and skeptic of the power of ghosts and spirits who appears to practice a Ru faith in ritual for the sake of ritual.
Mengzi defends the king in this instance, explaining that the reason the king did what he did--"You saw the ox but never saw the ram"--was owing to his compassion rather than to avarice.
The compound boyi also appears in the Mengzi 4B/30, in which Mencius declares that there are five kinds of violations of the virtue of filial piety, the second of which is "to boyi and to indulge in drinking to the point of neglecting the support of one's parents" Again, we do not know if the term here refers to one or two types of activities.
ASCII] Mengzi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], or Li ji [TEXT NOT