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sacred edict containing the sixteen maxims of the Emperor Kang-He

Kang He.

sacred edict containing the sixteen maxims of the Emperor Kang-He

amplified by his son, the Emperor Yoong-Ching...

by Kang He.

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Published by Printed for Black, Kingsbury, Parbury and Allen in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the Chinese...by William Milne.
ContributionsYoong Ching., Milne, William.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv,299p. ;
Number of Pages299
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18389362M


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Strengthen filial piety and brotherly affection to emphasize human relations. Strengthen clan relations to illustrate harmony. Pacify relations between local groups to put an end to quarrels and litigation. Stress agriculture and sericulture so that there may. Inwhen the Kangxi Emperor was sixteen years old, he issued the Sacred Edict 聖諭 (Sheng Yu), consisting of sixteen maxims, each seven characters long, to instruct the average citizen in the basic principles of Confucian were to be publicly posted in every town and village, then read aloud two times each month.

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by William Milne. Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission Press. Description The Sacred Edict: Containing Sixteen Maxims of the Emperor Kang-Hi, Amplified by His Son, the Emperor Yoong-Ching; Together With a Paraphrase on the Whole, by a Mandarin. The Sacred edict; containing sixteen maxims of the Emperor Kang-He by Kangxi () 23 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide The sacred edict: with a translation of the colloquial rendering by Kangxi (Book).

By Emperor of China Kangxi, William Milne, Emperor of China Yongzheng and Youpu Wang. The Sacred Edict, 16 Maxims of the Emperor Kang-He, Amplified by the Emperor Yoong-Ching by Yu-P'u Wang,available at Book. It contains two mistakes, which were corrected by Mr. Teitaro Suzuki, who also assisted me in the translation.

The copy here reproduced has been written by Mr. Kentok Hori of San Francisco, California, well known among his countrymen for his elegant penmanship. TEXT OF THE SIXTEEN MAXIMS. TRANSLATION OF THE HOLY EDICT. The Sacred Edict of K'ang Hsi by F.W. Baller (Translator) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Confucius, as quoted in Yu-p'u Wang The Sacred Edict: Containing Sixteen Maxims of the Emperor Kang-He (), p.

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The “Sacred Edict” was a set of moral and governmental instructions promulgated by imperial authority for use in local rituals conducted throughout the Qing empire.

The Edict was promulgated by the Kangxi emperor (r. ) and revised to its current form of Sixteen Maxims by his son, the Yongzheng emperor (r. The Edict. Bilingual edition of the sixteen-line morality text of the Kangxi Emperor.

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