Confucius and Confucianism by Richard Wilhelm

Publisher, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London 1972
Hardback with dust-jacket, pp.181
(Trans. George Danton and Annina Danton)
Condition – Used, Good, no foxing, or highlighting, a clean tight volume bound in brown book-cloth with gilt lettering to spine.
Bookplate & Inscription on front end-paper. Dust-jacket in good condition with a little sign of shelf-life.

After an account of Confucius’s life, including a translation of the first biography of Confucius ever written, and a discussion of the canon of Confucian writings, Dr. Wilhelm gives a resume of the essential tenets of Confucianism. The book concludes with an English version of Confucian texts so selected as to form an admirable anthology of the Confucian philosophy and religion.


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