Age of Reason
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The Chinese Classics
Sacred Books of The East, Vol. 3 Traditional Chinese Beliefs
The Confucian Canon in Chinese and English
Confucian Analects (Lun Yü)
(Legge, tr. 1895).
The Great Learning (Ta Hsüeh)
The Doctrine Of The Mean (Chung Yung)
These are four of the 'Five Classics' of Chinese literature. The translations are all from the six-part Sacred Books of the East 'Sacred Books of China' series:
Sacred Books of the East, Volume 3
by James Legge 
The Shu Ching
The Shih Ching
The Book of Changes. Dating to approximately 3000 B.C.E., this famous oracular book is one of the oldest sacred texts in the world.
The fifth classic (which we don't currently have translation of at this site) is the Spring and Autumn Annals, the Ch'un Ch'iu. There was also a sixth classic, the Classic of Music (the Yüeh Ching), which was lost.
The Hsiao Ching
The Shundai Zatsuwa (A Japanese Philosopher)
This section includes texts about traditional Chinese beliefs and other texts about Chinese culture.
Feng Shui by Ernest J. Eitel  This is a short monograph about Chinese geomancy.The Art of War by Sun Tzu, Translated by Lionel Giles .