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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 V. 27. (119)

A lament over men's persistence in error.
The Master said, "It is all over. I have not yet seen one who could perceive his faults, and inwardly accuse himself."

Legge V.26.

The Master said, 'I suppose I should give up hope. I have yet to meet the man who, on seeing his own errors, is able to take himself to task inwardly.'

Lau [5:27]

Le Maître dit : « Faut-il donc désespérer de voir un homme qui reconnaisse ses fautes, et se les reproche en secret ? Moi, je n'en ai pas encore vu. »

Couvreur V.26.

27. Nabi bersabda, "Sayang, Aku belum menemukan orang yang setelah dapat melihat kesalahan sendiri lalu benar-benar menyesali dan memperbaiki diri".
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