Preface ix Introduction 3 General Content of Volume Two, 3; Changes in Format, 4; Special Terms, 5; Rhymes, 6; Recent Developments in Guanzi Studies, 8; Translation Procedures and Methods of Notation, 9 GUANZI XII, 35. Chi Mi (follows XIX, 59) XIV, 49. Nei Ye, Inner Workings, and Introduction to the Four "Xin shu" Chapters 15 XIII, 36. Xin Shu Shang (follows XIII, 37) XIII, 37. Xin Shu Xia, Art of the Mind, Part II 56 XIII, 36. Xin Shu Shang, Art of the Mind, Part I 65 XIII, 38. Bai Xin, Purifying the Mind 82 XIV, 39. Shui Di, Water and Earth 98 XIV, 40. Si Shi, The Four Seasons 108 XIV, 41. Wu Xing, Five Phases 118 XV, 42. Shi, On Paying Attention to Circumstances 129 XV, 43. Zheng, Rectification 136 XV, 44. Jiu Bian, The Nine Alternatives 140 XV, 45. Ren Fa, Reliance on Law 143 XV, 46. Ming Fa, On Making the Law Clear, and XXI, 67, Ming Fa Xe, Explanation of the "Ming Fa" 152 XV, 47. Zheng Shi, Rectifying the Age 170 XV, 48. Zhi Guo, Maintaining the State in Good Order 175 XVI, 49. Nei Ye (precedes XIII, 36) XVI, 50. Feng Shan, The Feng and Shan Sacrifices 181 XVI, 51. Xiao Wen , Minor Queries 186 XVII, 52. Qi Chen Qi Zhu, Seven Ministers and Seven Rulers 201 XVII, 53. Jin Cang, On Maintaining Restraint 214 XVIII, 54. Ru Guo, On Entering the Capital 227 XVIII, 55. Jiu Shou, Nine Things to Be Preserved 231 XVIII, 56. Huan Gong Wen, Queries of Duke Huan 238 XVIII, 57. Du Di, On Appraising the Terrain 240 XIX, 58. Di Yuan, Categories of Land 254 XIX, 59. Dizi Zhi, Duties of the Student 283 XII, 35. Chi Mi, On Extravagance in Spending 292 XIX, 60, Yan Zhao, (lost) XIX, 61. Xiu Shen, (lost) XIX, 62. Wen Ba, (lost) XIX, 63. Mu Min Jie, (lost) XX, 64. Xing Shi Jie, (see Volume One, I, 2) XXI, 65. Li Zheng Jiu Bai Jie (see Volume One, I, 4) XXI, 66. Ban Fa Jie (see Volume One, II, 7) XXI, 67. Ming Fa Jie (see XV, 46) XXI, 68. Chen Cheng Ma, and Introduction to the Qing Zhong Section 337 XXI, 69. Cheng Ma Shu, The Art of Fiscal Management 364 XXI, 70. Wen Cheng Ma (lost) XXII, 71. Shi Yu, Discourse on Economic Matters 368 XXII, 72. Hai Wang, Kingship Based on the Sea 372 XXII, 73. Guo Xu, The State's Store of Grain 376 XXII, 74. Shan Guo Gui, Using Statistics to Control State Finances 388 XXII, 75. Shan Quan Shu, Methods for Coping with Change 396 XXII, 76. Shan Zhi Shu, The Best Methods for Insuring Fiscal Control 406 XXIII, 77. Di Shu, Methods for Exploiting the Earth 421 XXIII, 78. Kui Du, Calculations and Measures 430 XXIII, 79. Guo Zhun, Maintaining Stability in State Finances 443 XXIII, 80. Qing Zhong Jia, Qing zhong Economic Policies, Part A 446 XXIV, 81. Qing Zhong Y1, Qing zhong Economic Policies, Part B 466 XXIV, 82. Qing Zhong Bing (lost) XXIV, 83. Qing Zhong Ding, Qing zhong Economic Policies, Part D 480 XXIV, 84. Qing Zhong Wu, Qing zhong Economic Policies, Part E 498 XXIV, 85. Qing Zhong Ji, Qing zhong Economic Policies, Part F 509 XXIV, 86. Qing Zhong Geng (lost) Appendix. End-Rhymes for Rhymed Passages in Guanzi Volume One 517 Bibliography 525 Abbreviations, 525; Commentators, 525; Older Works in Chinese and Japanese, 529; Recent Works in Chinese and Japanese, 535; Works in Other Languages, 541 Index 547
W. Allyn Rickett is Professor Emeritus of Chinese Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. The first volume of his translation of the Guanzi was published by Princeton in 1985.