Confucius Citations

Works Cited

Livaccari, Chris. Just who was Confucius, anyways? Febuary 2010. Website. 28 11 2019. <https://asiasociety.org/china-learning-initiatives/just-who-was-confucius-anyway>.

Cartwright, Mark. Confucius. 11 29 2012. 28 11 2019. <https://www.ancient.eu/Confucius/>.

Chunqiu. 22 6 2013. website. 1 12 2019. <https://cn.hujiang.com/new/p489110/>.

Hayes, A. J. CONFUCIUS: HIS LIFE, CHARACTER, DISCIPLES AND SAYINGS. 3 12 2008. website. 1 12 2019. <http://factsanddetails.com/china/cat3/sub9/item90.html>.

Legge, James. Li Ren <Analects>. 12 9 2017. website. 1 12 2019. <https://ctext.org/analects/li-ren/ens>.

Ames, Roger T. Confucius, Chinese philosopher. 20 Nov 2019. Website. 28 11 2019. <https://www.britannica.com/biography/Confucius>.

This was my most useful source. It gave a clear and through explanation to Confucius’s eminence, and it gave a overview of his life.

He, tiewen. “Hejie.” Kelu, Li. 庄子. Beijing: Beijing North Star publication, 1971. 260. Book.

This was one of my most useful sources, and it was one of the first reliable historical texts about Confucius. It also included some of Confucius’s believes and thoughts.

Lin, zexu. “Daotuo.” Kelu, Li. 庄子. Beijing: Beijing North Star publication, 1971. 322. Book.

This was also a important part of the book, 庄子, and it recorded a conversation between Confucius and Daotuo, which demonstrated the conflict between Ruism and Faism. I didn’t include any of the information in my speech, but it helped me understand the system of thoughts and believes for the general population prior to Confucius.

Muller, A. Charles. The Analects of Confucius. 4 12 2018. website. 1 12 2019. <http://www.acmuller.net/con-dao/analects.html>.

This website had a translation of the Analects, and it thoroughly explains and translates the text.

Jordan, David K. The Spring & Autumn Annals and the Zho Zhuan. 11 9 2015. Website. 1 12 2019. <https://pages.ucsd.edu/~dkjordan/chin/Koong/TzuooJuanne.html>.

I relied mainly on this source for my information about Ruism. It was clear, concise, and easy to easy to understand.

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