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. 6. (98)

Ch'î-tiâo K'âi's opinion of the qualifications necessary to taking office.
The Master was wishing Ch'î-tiâo K'âi to enter an official employment. He replied, "I am not yet able to rest in the assurance of THIS." The Master was pleased.

Legge V.5.

The Master told Ch'i-tiao K'ai to take office. Ch'i-tiao K'ai said, 'I cannot trust myself to do so yet.' The Master was pleased.

Lau [5:6]

Le Maître ayant engagé Ts'i tiao K'ai à exercer une charge, celui-ci répondit : « Je ne me sens pas encore digne de foi. » Cette réponse réjouit le Maître.

Couvreur V.5.

6. Nabi menyuruh Qi Diao-kai memangku jabatan negara. Ia menjawab, "Murid belum mempunyai kepercayaan diri untuk jabatan itu." Mendengar jawaban itu Nabi gembira.
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