University. Zhongyong Annotation and Translation (eBook)
University. Zhongyong Annotation and Translation (eBook)
University. Zhongyong Annotation and Translation (eBook)
University. Zhongyong Annotation and Translation (eBook)

University. Zhongyong Annotation and Translation (eBook)

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author

Luo Tiansheng

publishing house

Xintian Publishing 

ISBN

9789881444998

Classification

Philosophy > Chinese Philosophy > Pre-Qin Philosophy and its Research

eBook #selling price

HK$58

Publication date

August 2016

language version

traditional Chinese

Number of pages

282 pages

Edition

First edition / monochrome print / 14 x 21 x 2.15 cm

Series / Series

Modern annotations and translations of ancient texts

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brief introduction:

"The Great Learning" and "The Doctrine of the Mean" are one of the "Four Books" in my country. They contain a lot of wisdom and are still inspiring to modern people.

"University" is a textbook used by institutions that provided higher education in ancient times (Tai Xue) to cultivate management talents. "The Great Learning" has a complete and clear ideological system, which is based on the "Tao of the Great Learning", the "Three Programs" (explicit virtue, closeness to the people, and the pursuit of perfection) and the "Eight Items" (investigation of things, knowledge, sincerity, righteousness, and self-cultivation). , harmonizing the family, governing the country, and bringing peace to the world) as the center, advocating self-cultivation, the way of a gentleman, and the ultimate goodness. "The Great Learning" is an introductory book to explore Confucianism, and it is also a good teaching material for cultivating personal cultivation.

"The Doctrine of the Mean" is the most philosophical text among Confucian classics, expressed in a metaphysical way. "The Doctrine of the Mean" is a difficult book with very rich content. The core concepts include destiny, nature, Tao, teaching, the three talents (the way of heaven, the way of earth, and the way of humanity), and the unity of heaven and man (praising the transformation and education of heaven and earth, and participating in heaven and earth). , neutrality, harmony, moderation, sincerity, "three virtues" (wisdom, benevolence, courage), "five virtues" (kings and ministers, father and son, husband and wife, brothers and sisters, friends), the Nine Classics for Government, Prudence and Duty and the Gentleman The way and so on.

This book re-annotates the entire text of "The Great Learning" and "The Doctrine of the Mean" in modern plain text, and adds Cantonese and Mandarin pinyin for more difficult characters to facilitate reading.

About the Author:

Vincent Law holds a PhD in Business Administration from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, an MBA (with distinction) from the City University of Hong Kong and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Hong Kong. He has been engaged in administrative management work in private enterprises for a long time, and has participated in research in various public policy and education fields in recent years. Currently a university lecturer, teaching public administration and management subjects. Book: "The Governing Wisdom of Universities".

Table of contents:

Preface Chapter 1 "University" Today's Notes and Today's Translation Section 1 The Way of University Section 2 Clarity and Ming De Section 3 New People Section 4 Ending with the Perfection Section 5 Knowing the Origin Section 6 Studying Things to Know Section 7 Sincerity Section 8 Chapter 9: Cultivating oneself with a correct mind. Section 9: Cultivating oneself and managing the family. Section 10: Organizing the family and governing the country. Section 11: Governing the country and bringing peace to the world. Chapter 2: "The Doctrine of the Mean". Today's Notes and Translations. Section 1: Destiny. Section 2: Time. Section 3: Fresh Energy. Section 4: Exercising the Ming. Chapter 5 No way, Chapter 6 Great knowledge, Chapter 7 I know, Chapter 8 Remember, Chapter 9 You can all, Chapter 10 Question Qiang, Chapter 11 Su Yin, Chapter 12 Fei Yin, Chapter 13 Not far away, Chapter 14 Su Chapter 15: Traveling Far Away Chapter 16: Ghosts and Gods Chapter 17: Great Filial Piety Chapter 18: No Shame Chapter 19: Demonstrating Filial Piety Chapter 20: Questioning the Government Chapter 21: Honesty and Clarity Chapter 22: Doing One's Soul Section 23: Congratulations, Section 24: Foreknowledge, Section 25: Self-made, Section 26: No interest, Section 27: Great, Section 28: Self-use, Section 29: Triple, Section 30 Ancestor Chapter 31 Most Holy Section 32 Economics Section 33 Shangzhen Appendix 1 Zhu Xi’s "Preface to the Great Learning" Original Text and Translation Appendix 2 Zhu Xi's "Great Learning Chapters and Sentences" Full Text Appendix 3 Wang Shouren's "Great Learning Questions" Full Text Appendix 4. The original text and translation of Zhu Xi's "Preface to the Doctrine of the Mean" Appendix 5. The full text of Zhu Xi's "The Doctrine of the Mean"