The Wisdom of Confucius
by Epiphanius Wilson
Publisher: Colonial Press 1900
Number of pages: 236
The strangest figure that meets us in the annals of Oriental thought is that of Confucius. To the popular mind he is the founder of a religion, and yet he has nothing in common with the great religious teachers of the East.
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