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. 3. (95)

The Chün-tsze formed by intercourse with other Chün-tsze.
The Master said of Tsze-chien, "Of superior virtue indeed is such a man! If there were not virtuous men in Lû, how could this man have acquired this character?"

Legge V.2.

The Master's comment on Tzu-chien was 'What a gentleman this man is! If there were no gentlemen in Lu where could he have acquired his qualities?'

Lau [5:3]

Le Maître dit de Tzeu tsien1 : « Quel homme honorable ! Si la principauté de Lou n'en comptait pas, où celui-ci aurait-il puisé un tel sens d'humanité ? »

1. Disciple de Confucius.

Couvreur V.2.

3. Nabi membicarakan tentang Zi-jian, "Sebenarnyalah ia seorang Junzi. Apabila di negeri Lu tiada orang yang berwatak Junzi, dari manakah ia dapat meneladan ?"
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