Lun Yu Introduction Table of content – The Analects of Confucius

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

Lunyu V. 13. (105)

The gradual way in which Confucius communicated his doctrines.
Tsze-kung said, "The Master's personal displays of his principles and ordinary descriptions of them may be heard. His discourses about man's nature, and the way of Heaven, cannot be heard."

Legge V.12.

Tzu-kung said, 'One can get to hear about the Master's accomplishments, but one cannot get to hear his views on human nature and the Way of Heaven.'

Lau [5:13]

Tzeu koung dit : « Il est donné à tous les disciples d'entendre les leçons du Maître sur la tenue du corps et les bienséances, mais non ses enseignements sur la nature profonde de l'homme et la Voie du Ciel. »

Couvreur V.12.

13. Zi-gong berkata, "Ajaran Guru tentang Kitab-kitab, dapat kuperoleh dengan mendengar, tetapi Ajaran Guru tentang Watak Sejati dan Jalan Suci Tuhan, tidak dapat kuperoleh (hanya) dengan mendengar".
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