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" The principle of the philosopher Yang was — ' Each one for himself. 'Though he might have benefited the whole empire by plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it. "
Culture and Customs of China - 43 페이지
저자: Richard Gunde - 2002 - 254 페이지
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The Chinese Classics: With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical Notes ...

James Legge - 1861
...o/gain and the thought of virtue." CHAPTER XXVI. 1. Mencius said, "The principle of the philosopher Yang was — ' Each one for himself.' Though he might have benefited the whole empire by plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it. 2. " The philosopher Mih loves all...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics: Or, Readings in Chi Nese Literature

Augustus Ward Loomis - 1867 - 432 페이지
...perfect virtue, nothing can be closer than his approximation to it. " The principle of the philosopher Yang was — ' Each one for himself.' Though he might have benefited the whole empire by plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it. CHAPTER III. IDEAL OF THE PERFECT...
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Confucius and the Chinese Classics: Or, Readings in Chinese Literature

Augustus Ward Loomis - 1882 - 432 페이지
...perfect virtue, nothing can be closer than his approximation to it. " The principle of the philosopher Yang was—' Each one for himself.' Though he might have benefited the whole empire by plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it. CHAPTER III. IDEAL OF THE PERFECT...
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The Chinese Classics

James Legge - 1895
...o/gain and the thought of virtue.' CHAP. XXVI. i . Mencius said, 'The principle of the philosopher Yang was — " Each one for himself." Though he might have benefited the whole kingdom by plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it. 2. ' The philosopher Mo loves all...
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The Chinese Classics

James Legge - 1895
...gain and the thought of virtue.' CHAP. XXVI. i . Mencius said, 'The principle of the philosopher Tang was — " Each one for himself." Though he might have benefited the whole kingdom by plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it. 2. ' The philosopher Mo loves all...
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A History of Chinese Philosophy, 2권

Youlan Feng - 1983 - 816 페이지
...of the actual Yang Chu of the Chou dynasty, as reported by Mencius: "The principle of Master Yang is 'Each one for himself.' Though he might have benefited...plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it" (Mencius, Vila, 26). For the plucking of a single hair entails immediate suffering, whereas the gaining...
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A History of Chinese Philosophy, 1권

Youlan Feng - 1983 - 496 페이지
...out one of his hairs, he would not do so," represent Yang's actual doctrine ; whereas the words : " Though he might have benefited the whole world by...plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it," are Mencius's interpretation of this doctrine. The Huai-nan-t^a passage is valuable furthermore as...
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The Way of Chuang-Tzŭ

Chuang-tzu, Zhuangzi, Zhou Zhuang, Thomas Merton - 1965 - 159 페이지
...Yang's idea of personal happiness, and he carried this to such an extent that Mencius said of him, "Though he might have benefited the whole world by...plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it." However, even in Yang Chu's hedonism we can find elements which remind us of our own modern concern...
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Jurisculture: China

Gray L. Dorsey - 1993 - 182 페이지
...the first Daoist, "The principle of Yang Ju is: 'Each one for himself. 'Though he might have profited the whole world by plucking out a single hair, he would not have done it."74 This was not hedonism. To give free rein to desires would be to entangle one's self with others...
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A Comparative History of Ideas

Hajime Nakamura - 1992 - 572 페이지
...thought was Yang Chu (4th century BC), who advocated a principle of egoism and complacently remarked, "Each one for himself." Though he might have benefited...the whole world by plucking out a single hair, he said he would not have done it. 5 "He did not allow outside things to entangle his person," and condemned...
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