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The Tso chuan
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Zuoqiu, Ming.

The Tso chuan : selections from China's oldest narrative history / translated by Burton Watson.

New York : Columbia University Press, 1989.

Translations from the Oriental classics

Abstract: A vivid chronicle of events in the feudal states of China between 722 and 468 B.C. the Tso Chuan has longbeen consideredboth a major historical document and and an influential literary model. Covering over 250 years, these historical narratives focus not only on the political, diplomatic, and military affairs of ancient China, but also on its economic and cultural developments during the turbulent era when warring feudal states were gradually working towards unification. ending shortly after Confucius' death in 479 B.C., the Two Chuan provides a background to the life and thought of Confucius and his followers that is available in no other work.

Thinking through Confucius
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Hall, David L.

Thinking through Confucius / David L. Hall, Roger T. Ames.

Albany : State University of New York Press, c1987.

SUNY series in systematic philosophy

The authentic Confucius
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Chin, Ann-ping, (1950-)

The authentic Confucius : a life of thought and politics / Annping Chin.

1st Scribner hardcover ed.

New York : Scribner, 2007.

Abstract: For more than two thousand years, Confucius has been an inseparable part of China's history. Yet despite this fame,Confucius the man has been elusive. Now, in The Authentic Confucius, Annping Chin has worked through the most reliable Chinese texts in her quest to sort out what is really known about Confucius from the reconstructions and the guesswork that muddled his memory. Chin skillfully illuminates the political and social climate in which Confucius lived. She explains how Confucius made the transition from court advisor to wanderer, and how he reluctantly became a professional teacher as he refined his judgment of human character and composed his vision of a moral political order. The result is an absorbing and original book that shows how Confucius lived and thought: his habits and inclinations, his relation to the people of the time, his work as a teacher and as a counselor, his worries about the world and the generations to come. In this book, Chin brings the historical Confucius within our reach, so that he can lead us into his idea of the moral and to his teachings on family and politics, culture and learning. The Authentic Confucius is a masterful account of the life and intellectual development of a thinker whose presence remains a powerful force today.