The Way of Confucius

Editor/Author Price, Jonathan
Publication Year: 2010
Publisher: Greene Media

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-906347-00-0
Category: Philosophy
Image Count: 339
Book Status: Available
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The teachings of Confucius are known primarily through the Analects of Confucius, a collection of "brief aphoristic fragments," which was compiled many years after his death. Setting Confucius' ideas against the context of his own life and times, Jonathan Price brings to life the thoughts of the Master in their pristine form. Price traces the influence of Confucius both in China and globally right up until our own day, and examines whether the world needs to listen to him once again.

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Table of Contents

  • Confucius' Family
  • Preface
  • Who Was Confucius?
  • Confucius in time
  • Zhengzai's Child
  • Growing Up
  • Schoolda
  • Three Quiet Years
  • The Wedding Feast
  • Taking Care of Business
  • Family Life
  • The Eternal Student
  • The Road to Camelot
  • Two Ways of Being
  • The Classes Begin
  • The School of Confucius
  • The Thousand Chariots
  • Under the Apricot Trees
  • Coup!
  • At the Summit
  • Tearing Down thw Walls
  • Adventures in Exile
  • The Years of Wanderin
  • The Phoenix and the Tortoise
  • The Phoenix Rises
  • Master of Two Millennia
  • Confucius Today and Tomorrow
  • Timeline of Confucius Life
  • In the Footsteps of Confucius