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" Even minor arts are sure to have their worthwhile aspects, but the gentleman does not take them up because the fear of a man who would go a long way is that he should be bogged down. "
Asian Firms: History, Institutions and Management - 第 119 頁
Frank B. Tipton 著 - 2008 - 432 頁
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The Poetry of Han-shan: A Complete, Annotated Translation of Cold Mountain

Hanshan, Robert G. Henricks - 1990 - 486 頁
...19: 4 (p. 39) Tzu-hsia is quoted as saying (translation by DC Lau, Confucius: the Analects, p. 153): "Even minor arts are sure to have their worthwhile...would go a long way is that he should be bogged down." 5. Again, an allusion to Lao-tzu. Chapter 18 begins: "When the great Tao declined, The doctrine of...
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The Rise of Asia: Economics, Society, and Politics in Contemporary Asia

Frank B. Tipton - 1998 - 544 頁
...also complained, there was no encouragement in Confucian tradition for technological inventiveness: Even minor arts are sure to have their worthwhile aspects, but the gendeman does not take them up because the fear of a man who would go a long way is that he should...
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