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Volume 1 – Benjamin Franklin, John Woolman, William Penn
Volume 2 – Plato, Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius
Volume 3 – Bacon, Milton’s Prose, Thomas Browne
Volume 4 – Milton, Complete Poems in English
Volume 5 – Emerson, Essays and English Traits
Volume 6 – Robert Burns, Poems and Songs
Volume 7 – The Confessions of St. Augustine, The Imitation of Christ
Volume 8 – Nine Greek Dramas
Volume 9 – Letters and Treatises of Cicero and Pliny
Volume 10 – Adam Smith, Wealth of Nations
Volume 11 – Charles Darwin, Origin of the Species
Volume 12 – Plutarch’s Lives
Volume 13 – Virgil, Aeneid
Volume 14 – Cervantes, Don Quixote, Part I
Volume 15 – Pilgrim’s Progress, Donne and Herbert, Walton
Volume 16 – The Thousand and One Nights
Volume 17 – Folk-Lore and Fable: Aesop, Grimm, Andersen
Volume 18 – Modern English Drama
Volume 19 – Faust, Egmont, etc., Goethe, Doctor Faustus, Marlowe
Volume 20 – Dante, The Divine Comedy
Volume 21 – Manzoni, I Promessi Sposi
Volume 22 – Homer, The Odyssey
Volume 23 – Dana, Two Years Before the Mast
Volume 24 – Burke, On the Sublime, French Revolution, etc.
Volume 25 – J. S. Mill and Thomas Carlyle
Volume 26 – Continental Drama
Volume 27 – English Essays, Sidney to Macaulay
Volume 28 – Essays, English and American
Volume 29 – Charles Darwin, Voyage of the Beagle
Volume 30 – Scientific Papers: Faraday, Helmholtz, Kelvin, Newcomb, etc.
Volume 31 – Cellini, Autobiography
Volume 32 – Montaigne, Sainte-Beuve, Renan, etc.
Volume 33 – Voyages and Travel
Volume 34 – Descartes, Voltaire, Rousseau, Hobbes
Volume 35 – Froissart, Malory, Holinshed
Volume 36 – Machiavelli, More, Luther
Volume 37 – Locke, Berkeley, Hume
Volume 38 – Scientific Papers: Harvey, Jenner, Lister, Pasteur
Volume 39 – Famous Prefaces
Volume 40 – English Poetry I
Volume 41 – English Poetry II
Volume 42 – English Poetry III
Volume 43 – American Historical Documents
Volume 44 – Sacred Writings I
Volume 45 – Sacred Writings II
Volume 46 – Elizabethan Drama I
Volume 47 – Elizabethan Drama II
Volume 48 – Blaise Pascal, Thoughts and Minor Works
Volume 49 – Epic and Saga
Volume 50 – INTRODUCTION, READER’S GUIDE, INDEXES
Volume 51 – Lectures

Analects on Humaneness 仁 (rén)

The Master said, “Those who are clever in their words and pretentious in their appearance, yet are humane, are few indeed.” [1.3]

子曰:「巧言令色,鮮矣仁!」

Fan Chi asked about wisdom. The Master said, “Devote yourself to what must rightly be done for the people; respect spiritual beings, while keeping at a distance from them. This may be called wisdom.” He asked about humaneness. The Master said, “One who is humane first does what is difficult and only thereafter concerns himself with success. This may be called humaneness.” (6.20)

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