3 replies on “Five books on how ancient Confucianism tells us to live well today”

  1. Rose says:

    Oh, the fun of spelling!
    A little hint for the German Zwielaute ie and ei, e.g. in Heidi Giebel. Most English speaker struggle. Try the rule: the sound followd the second letter as pronounced in English: if it sounds i, i come second: eins, zwei, drei.
    If it sound e, e comes second: nie, wie, Zwiebel, Ziegel and GIEBEL. Or the other way around: if e is second, the sound is e.

  2. Steve Angle says:

    I appreciate the correction and the lesson!

  3. Will Peterson says:

    Thank you so much for these. All of them look really interesting. It seems like it is becoming possible to study Confucianism in depth in the English language. How wonderful!!!

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