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" The great God has conferred even on the inferior people a moral sense, compliance with which would show their nature invariably right.1 But to cause them tranquilly to pursue the course which it would indicate, is the work of the sovereign. "
China: Its History, Arts, and Literature - Seite 62
von Frank Brinkley - 1902
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Akten Des ... Internationalen Orientalisten-Kongresses, Band 2

1879
...intelligent Kings of Yin in Heaven." The duke of Chow, Ibid. V. Bk. xn. 18. GOD MADE MAN WITH A GOOD NATURE. "The great God has conferred even on the inferior people a moral sense." See above. "What Heaven has conferred is called the nature." See above. "The exercise of love between...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics: Or, Readings in Chinese Literature

Augustus Ward Loomis - 1882 - 432 Seiten
...All were under law to Him, and bound to obey His will. Even on the inferior people He has conferred a moral sense, compliance with which would show their nature invariably right. All powers that be are from Him. He raises one to the throne and puts down another. Obedience is sure...
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Buddhism in China

Samuel Beal - 1884 - 263 Seiten
...Shang-ti ; I dare not but punish him." When returned to his capital, he says : " The great Shang-ti has conferred, even on the inferior people, a moral...with which would show their nature invariably right." Closing his speech, he says : " The ways of Shang-ti are not invariable; on the good doers he sends...
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Homiletic Review, Band 13

1887
...the fellow of God." God the Inspirer of the Moral Sense in Man. The announcement of Thang (BC 1754): "The great God has conferred (even) on the Inferior...with which would show their nature invariably right" The counsels of Eao-Yao (B. i . 2267): " Heaven hears and sees as our people hear and see: Heaven brightly...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Band 6

1888
...he was born, au ancient hero and king had proclaimed in China: "The great God has conferred on the people a moral sense, compliance with which would show their nature invariably right. To cause them tranquilly to pursue the course which it indicates is the task of tlu sovereign." Confucius...
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Primitive Civilizations: Or, Outlines of the History of Ownership in ..., Band 2

Edith Jemima Simcox - 1894
...the throne. Thang announces after his victory over the house of Hia that " Great heaven has conferred on the inferior people a moral sense, compliance with which would show their nature to be invariably right. To make them tranquilly pursue the course which it would indicate is the task...
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The Triumphs of the Cross ...

Edward Payson Tenney - 1895 - 686 Seiten
...God," said T'ang, the founder of the Shang dynasty, eighteen centuries before the Christian era, " the great God has conferred even on the inferior people...course •which it would indicate is the work of the sovereign."2 V. The provinces are however .governed independently, under the central government, but...
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The Proverbial Philosophy of Confucius: Quotations from the Chinese Classics ...

Confucius - 1895 - 120 Seiten
...anxious about, what is there to fear ? Confucian An., Yen Yuen (ch. iv.). a1. The Great God has conferred on the inferior people a moral sense, compliance with which would show their nature invariably right. Shoo King, Announcement of T'ang (ch. ii.). z2. A man may not be without shame. When one is ashamed...
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Was Israel Ever in Egypt?, Or, A Lost Tradition

George Henry Bateson Wright - 1895 - 382 Seiten
...All were under law to him and bound to obey his will. Even on the inferior people he has conferred a moral sense, compliance with which would show their nature invariably right. All powers that be are from Him, He raises one to the throne and puts down another I Obedience is sure...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner - 1897
...does not allow himself to murmur. — CONFUCIAN AN., Le Yin (ch. xviii.). The Great God has conferred on the inferior people a moral sense, compliance with which would show their nature invariably right. — SHOO KING, Announcement of T'ang (ch. ii.). Confucius said: — "There are three things which the...
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