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King, antiquissimus other European translator of it, the Rev. Canon McClatchie in 1834 by the ' late Jules of Shanghai, whose work appeared in 1876, is still more decided. The first sentence of his Introduction contains two very serious misstatements, but to do only with the former of them ; I have at present that * the Yi King regarded by the Chinese with peculiar veneration, .... ' is Shu is the oldest of the Chinese classics, and contains documents more than a thousand years earlier than king Wan.
Sentence following that formula, or the paragraph covered by it, was, in the judgment of the writer, in the language of but what shall we say of the portions preceding and following? If he were the author of them, he would not thus be distinguishing himself from himself. The formula Confucius ; occurs in the third Where we first at least twenty-three times. ATQ Hsi has a note to the effect Appendix meet with it, the Appendixes having been all made by Confucius, he ought not to be himself introducing the formula, " The " Master said and that it may be presumed, wherever it that it is a subsequent addition to the Master's occurs, that * ; 1 One text.
Without good effect in I So would king China during the long course of its history. Sze is a fair specimen of its class. lessons are deduced, for the From the other 63 most part equally hexagrams good and striking. J3ut why, it may be asked, why should they be conveyed to us by such an array of lineal figures, and in such a farrago of emblematic representations? It The is not for the foreigner to insist on such a question. Chinese have not valued them the less because of the antiquated dress in which their lessons are arrayed.
The I Ching: The Book of Changes - Republication of 2nd edition (1899) ( Sacred Books of the East Vol XVI) by James Legge, Translator