Lun Yu Introduction Table of content – The Analects of Confucius

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

Lunyu XI. 3. (270)

Confucius's regretful memory of his disciples' fidelity:– characteristics of ten of the disciples.
[...] 2. Distinguished for their virtuous principles and practice, there were Yen Yûan, Min Tsze-ch'ien, Zan Po-niû, and Chung-kung; for their ability in speech, Tsâi Wo and Tsze-kung; for their administrative talents, Zan Yû and Chî Lû; for their literary acquirements, Tsze-yû and Tsze-hsiâ.

Legge XI.2.

Virtuous conduct: Yen Yuan, Mm Tzu-ch'ien, Jan Po-niu and chung-kung; speech: Tsai Wo and Tzu-kung; government: Jan Yu and chi-lu; culture and learning: Tzu-yu and Tzu-hsia.

Lau [11:3]

[...] Ien Houei, Min Tzeu k'ien, Jen Pe gniou et Tchoung koung étaient remarquables par leurs vertus ; Tsai Ngo et Tzeu koung, par leur habileté à parler ; Jen Iou et Ki Lou, par leur habileté à gouverner ; Tzeu iou et Tzeu hia, par leur habileté dans l'étude. » Les uns étaient dans leurs foyers, les autres, dans les charges ; les uns vivaient encore, les autres étaient morts. (Tchou Hsi)

Couvreur XI.2.

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