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vi. 'Sixth, of the three virtues.
The first is correctness and straightforwardness;
the second, strong rule;
and the third, mild rule.
In peace and tranquillity,
correctness and straightforwardness (must sway);
in violence and disorder,
strong rule;
in harmony and order,
mild rule.
For the reserved and retiring
there should be (the stimulus of) the strong rule;
for the high(-minded) and distinguished,
(the restraint of) the mild rule.
It belongs only to the sovereign to confer dignities and rewards,
to display the terrors of majesty,
and to receive the revenues (of the kingdom).
There should be no such thing as a minister's conferring dignities or rewards, displaying the terrors of majesty, or receiving the revenues.
Such a thing is injurious to the clans,
and fatal to the states (of the kingdom);
smaller affairs are thereby managed in a one-sided and perverse manner,
and the people fall into assumptions and excesses.'


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