- Title Pages
- Part I Introduction
- Essay I On the Dao<sup>1</sup>
- Essay 2 On Learning
- Essay 3 A Treatise on Teachers<sup>1</sup>
- Essay 4 Conventional Convictions
- Essay 5 The Difficulty of Being Understood
- Essay 6 The Analogy of Heaven
- Essay 7 Breadth and Economy<sup>1</sup>
- Essay 8 Virtue in an Historian
- Essay 9 Virtue in a Litterateur
- Essay 10 The Principles of Literature
- Essay 11 Distinguishing What Only Seems to Be
- Letter 1 Letter on Learning to Zhu Canmei of the Grand Secretariat<sup>1</sup>
- Letter 2 Letter on Learning to My Clansman Runan<sup>1</sup>
- Letter 3 Reply to Shen Zaiting Discussing Learning<sup>1</sup>
- Letter 4 Letter on Learning to Chen Jianting<sup>1</sup>
- Appendix 1 On the Dao
- Appendix 2 A Treatise on Teachers
- Appendix 3 Letter in Reply to Li Yi
- Selective Bibliography
This chapter presents the English translation of an essay in which Zhang continues to explore and expand upon the themes one finds in “On the Dao.” Zhang himself describes the essay as a further elaboration of the major issues he discussed in “On the Dao”.
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