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The Master discusses with his disciples and unveil his preoccupations with society. Tr. Legge (en), Lau (en) and Couvreur (fr).

Lunyu XIII. 13. (330)

That he be personally correct essential to an officer of government.
The Master said, "If a minister make his own conduct correct, what difficulty will he have in assisting in government? If he cannot rectify himself, what has he to do with rectifying others?"

Legge XIII.13.

The Master said, 'If a man manages to make himself correct, what difficulty will there be for him to take part in government? If he cannot make himself correct, what business has he with making others correct? '

Lau [13:13]

Le Maître dit : « Si un homme sait se gouverner lui-même, quelle difficulté aura-t-il à gouverner l'État ? Mais celui qui ne sait pas se gouverner lui-même, comment pourra-t-il gouverner les autres ? »

Couvreur XIII.13.

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