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The Master discusses with his disciples and unveil his preoccupations with society. Tr. Legge (en), Lau (en) and Couvreur (fr).

Lunyu V. 23. (115)

The generosity of Po-î and Shû-ch'î.
The Master said, "Po-î and Shû-ch'î did not keep the former wickednesses of men in mind, and hence the resentments directed towards them were few."

Legge V.22.

The Master said, 'Po Yi and Shu Ch'i never remembered old scores. For this -reason they incurred little ill will.'

Lau [5:23]

Le Maître dit : « Pe i et Chou ts'i1 oubliaient les défauts passés d'autrui ; aussi avaient-ils peu d'ennemis. »

1. Ces deux frères semi-légendaires se distinguèrent par leur fidélité envers leur souverain déchu. Ils s'exilèrent et se laissèrent mourir de faim plutôt que de s'incliner devant la nouvelle dynastie (MBC).

Couvreur V.22.

23. Nabi bersabda, "Bo-yi dan Shu-qi tidak mengingat-ingat kejahatan lama orang lain, maka sedikitlah orang yang menyesalinya".
Matakin-Indonesia – 2008/12/07
second to last word should by yi3 (thereby) not yong4 (use).
Rabinovich – 2007/12/04
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