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Doctrine of the Mean 中庸(英文版)

Translated by Charles Muller

A. The Text

  1. What Heaven confers is called "nature."

  Accordance with this nature is called the Way.

  Cultivating the Way is called "education."

  That which is called Way cannot be separated from for an instant. What can be separated from is not the Way. Therefore the Superior Man is cautious in the place where he is not seen, and apprehensive in the place where he is not heard. Nothing is more visible than the hidden, and nothing is more apparent than the subtle. Therefore the Superior Man is cautious when he is alone. When joy, anger, sorrow and pleasure have not yet arisen, it is called chung (equilibrium, centrality, mean). When they arise to their appropriate levels, it is called "harmony."

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