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《Journal of Neijiang Normal University》 2010-01
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On the Political Connotation of "Governing" in Confucian Analects

QIN Guo-yang(School of Politics,Law & History,Neijiang Normal University,Neijiang,Sichuan,641112,China)  
The articles in Confucian Analects seem quite chaotic,but in fact they each are around a theme.The theme of the article "Governing" is how to reign,which typically shows Confucius's politic thoughts.The first and second chapters point out the gist of governing,that is,one can achieve governing in inaction through reigning without evil purpose.The third chapter tells the Confucius's politic views which are based on rites.The fourth chapter is in the retrospect of Confucius' experiences from learning rite,being with rite,doing with rite,education with rite,finally to the Confucian state of inaction.The rest chapters talk about some other politic views of Confucius,such as governing through filial piety and norms to reign and to be reigned.
【CateGory Index】: B222;D092
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