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1 1 | and stop. What would you think if those who run fifty paces 2 2 | strange that the people should think you were grudging the animal. 3 2 | of them does your Majesty think would conquer?' 'The people 4 4 | I suppose, because you think that he is a man of talents 5 5 | illustrious, and do you still think it would not be enough for 6 6 | impure prince, nor did he think it low to be an inferior 7 7 | silent because they do not think that benevolence and righteousness 8 8 | very much ashamed when I think of Mencius.'~2. Ch'an Chiâ 9 10| said, 'Now, does Î really think that a man's affection for 10 11| considered excessive. Do you think it was excessive?'~2. Kang 11 12| end of them. What do you think of such a course?'~2. Mencius 12 14| is the way of Heaven. To think how to be sincere is the 13 15| The great man does not think beforehand of his words 14 19| impure prince, nor did he think it low to be an inferior 15 19| Mencius answered, 'Do you think that, if there should arise 16 20| scholars; -- what do you think of such an intercourse?" 17 21| people now see it, they think it was never finely wooded. 18 21| people now see it, they think that it never had those 19 22| it straight, he will not think the way from Ch'in to Ch' 20 22| hearing and seeing do not think, and are obscured by external 21 22| things; by neglecting to think, it fails to do this. These -- 22 24| to arise, whether do you think that would be diminished 23 24| as the tax. What do you think of it?'~2. Mencius said, ' 24 25| benefits them, they do not think of his merit. From day to 25 26| sea, finds it difficult to think anything of other waters, 26 26| sage, finds it difficult to think anything of the words of 27 26| Mencius said, 'The hungry think any food sweet, and the 28 26| food sweet, and the thirsty think the same of any drink, and 29 28| Mencius replied, 'Do you think that they came here to pilfer 30 28| Confucius, when he was in Ch'an, think of the ambitious scholars 31 28| pleased with them, and they think themselves right, so that


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