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Mencius, a great thinker, statesman and educator who lived in the period of Chinese history known as the Warring States (475-221 BC), was the most important expounder of Confucius' doctrines, after the master himself. The Story of Mencius gives a vivid description of the arduous life of Mencius, and expounds his theory that "men are born good," and his advocacy that all ru Mencius, a great thinker, statesman and educator who lived in the period of Chinese history known as the Warring States (475-221 BC), was the most important expounder of Confucius' doctrines, after the master himself. The Story of Mencius gives a vivid description of the arduous life of Mencius, and expounds his theory that "men are born good," and his advocacy that all rulers should practice a policy of "benevolence." Particularly, it highlights Mencius' democratic thought of respecting, valuing and loving people, helping the reader understand the deeds and views of Mencius, and the essence of the thoughts contained in the collection of his sayings, entitled The Book of Mencius, one of the four classics of the Confucian school. Illustrated.


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Mencius, a great thinker, statesman and educator who lived in the period of Chinese history known as the Warring States (475-221 BC), was the most important expounder of Confucius' doctrines, after the master himself. The Story of Mencius gives a vivid description of the arduous life of Mencius, and expounds his theory that "men are born good," and his advocacy that all ru Mencius, a great thinker, statesman and educator who lived in the period of Chinese history known as the Warring States (475-221 BC), was the most important expounder of Confucius' doctrines, after the master himself. The Story of Mencius gives a vivid description of the arduous life of Mencius, and expounds his theory that "men are born good," and his advocacy that all rulers should practice a policy of "benevolence." Particularly, it highlights Mencius' democratic thought of respecting, valuing and loving people, helping the reader understand the deeds and views of Mencius, and the essence of the thoughts contained in the collection of his sayings, entitled The Book of Mencius, one of the four classics of the Confucian school. Illustrated.

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