Mengzi


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Related to Mengzi: Mencius, Xunzi

Mengzi

or

Meng-tzu

(both: mŭng-dzŭ), city, SE Yunnan prov., China, c.12 mi (20 km) E of Gejiu. It is the commercial hub of a district where tin and antimony are mined.
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7) My interpretation of qing follows Dai Zhen, Mengzi Ziyi shuzheng, no.
7) And, according to the Mengzi (5B4), the first thing Kongzi did upon coming to hold office in Lu was to lay down the correct rituals governing sacred vessels and sacrifices.
He names rhetoric as the characteristic element of self-cultivation in Wu xing, while he identifies human nature as the decisive clement in Mengzi.
The association of materials in Lunyu 10 with Confucius in works outside the Lunyu itself is further borne out by several parallels in ritual compendia and the Mengzi.
Gong Mengzi said to Master Mo: "There is right and not right, but there is no auspicious and inauspicious.
It is likely that with regard to the Lunyu line, the King Anguo paraphrase--"Use the heart of desiring sex to desire the worthy and then one will be good"--is alluding to the similarly worded and extremely well-known Mengzi 1A.
Zhao Qi's brief gloss appears in Mengzi 6A/9 and he also cites only one line from Lun yu, See Sun.
MZ: Sun Shi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (962-1033), Mengzi zhushu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], SSJ.
and Mengzi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Meng Ke [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 372-289 B.
We have a text example of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] used in the sense of 'to obstruct, stop' in Mengzi 1B/16:
In Mengzi, Gongsun Chou [phrase omitted] distinguishes qualifications of Confucius' disciples in a pattern that is consistent with the above Lunyu passage: "Zai Wo and Zigong excelled in performing expository speech; Ran Niu, Minzi, and Yan Yuan excelled in speaking about virtuous conduct" [phrase omitted], [phrase omitted] [phrase omitted].