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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 III. 18. (58)

How the princes should be served:– against the spirit of the times.
The Master said, "The full observance of the rules of propriety in serving one's prince is accounted by people to be flattery."

Legge III.18.

The Master said, 'You will be looked upon as obsequious by others if you observe every detail of the rites in serving your lord.'

Lau [3:18]

Le Maître dit : « Envers mon prince j'observe exactement tous les rites. Les hommes m'accusent de flatterie, parce qu'eux-mêmes servent le prince négligemment. »

Couvreur III.18.

Perkembangan masyarakat :
Suatu pepatah ‘Urusan pembuatan aturan adalah etika/ peraturan yang kadaluwarsa, manusia umumnya mengharapkan pertolongan/ bantuan pula’.
Sugiar Yao – 2009/12/01
18. Nabi bersabda, "Bila mengabdi kepada pemimpin dengan benar-benar menjalankan upacaranya, orang lain menganggapnya penjilat".
Matakin-Indonesia – 2008/12/07
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