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March 03, 2006


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Reading Confucius seems to me a lot like reading the bible: you can find stories to support any point of view and any point on the moral compass (George Bush, for example using "an eye for an eye" from the old testament when it suits him while the new testament tells us to "turn the other cheek"); especially if you include the Analects. But old Kungzi always told us to trod the middle path and by that I believe he meant that we should avoid extremes in behavior of any kind.

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