Manchu/Library/The Analects

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The Analects (traditional Chinese: 論語; simplified Chinese: 论语; pinyin: Lún Yǔ), also known as the Analects of Confucius, are a record of the words and acts of the central Chinese thinker and philosopher Confucius and his disciples, as well as the discussions they held. It is the most important of all the confucian works and consists of 20 chapters and 12,000 characters.

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ᡩ᠋ᡝ᠋ᡵᡤᡳ (dergi, 上)[edit | edit source]

ᡶᡝᠵᡝᡵᡤᡳ (fejergi, 下)[edit | edit source]