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  • Confucianism

    There are several virtues that advocate in Confucianism‚ manly known as filial piety‚ loyalty‚ forbearance‚ humaneness and the golden rule. Confucius believes that each of them is interdependent and human should maintain the balance of them in order to ensure a smooth collaboration in human society. On the other hand‚ Confucius emphasizes ancient arts like rites‚ music and writing. He thinks that these are the major components that cultivate ones disposition. For instance‚ writing can develop the

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    Confucianism From Wikipedia‚ the free encyclopedia Confucianism History[show] Fundamental concepts[show] Confucianism by country[show] Confucian texts[show] Organisation[show] Portal Confucianism v t e This article contains Chinese text.Without proper rendering support‚ you may see question marks‚ boxes‚ or other symbols instead ofChinese characters. Temple of Confucius of Jiangyin‚Wuxi‚ Jiangsu. This is a wénmiào(文庙)‚ that is to say a temple whereConfucius is worshiped as Wéndì(文帝)‚ "Culture

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    Confucianism Wow‚ can you believe that Confucianism has been around for about five thousand years. I believe human problems‚ rules‚ and organization lead to the creation of this religion. Of course the humans on earth have a lot of problems that needs to be fixed and Confucius (Kong Fuzi) might have tried to fix it. Next‚ after you fix the human problems you need to make rules so you do not need to state the same things back over‚ and people will know what to do. Then you need to be organized so

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    Anne Marie Dutkovic World Religions 212 Strayer University Beliefs and Description of Confucius of China Confucianism is known as the practice of virtue that emphasizes moral order‚ correctness of social relationships‚ justice‚ and humanity. The founder of Confucianism was Kong Fuzi or “Master Kong”. He is better known by the Western version of his name Confucius. He was an ancient Chinese scholar and philosopher born around 551 BCE. Confucius’s philosophies were not

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    years old. He was raised in a poor single mother family‚ during a time of civil unrest in china. Confucius is thought to be the first teacher and the one of most influential Chinese philosophers. After his death his teachings became the basis for Confucianism. Confucius believed that we’re naturally good‚ but it needs to be learned. People have to learn how to “cultivate the good and throw out the bad. Anything that is worth learning is must be practiced. He thought very highly of education hence

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    Issues in Educational Research‚ 15(1)‚ 2005 17 Chinese cultural schema of Education: Implications for communication between Chinese students and Australian educators Leng Hui Edith Cowan University Education in China‚ in its various forms and levels‚ is widely conceptualised as integrating the cultivation of ‘human souls’ with the provision of students with knowledge. The English word ‘education’ is jiao ) in Chinese‚ which means ‘teaching [and] cultivating’. The analogy yu ( ‚ -

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    CONFUCIANISM ORIGIN: * Founder: Confucius * A Chinese teacher‚ editor‚ politician‚ and philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history. * The philosophy of Confucius emphasized personal and governmental morality‚ correctness of social relationships‚ justice and sincerity. * Confucius is traditionally credited with having authored or edited many of the Chinese classic texts including all of the Five Classics‚ but modern scholars are cautious of attributing specific

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  • Confucianism in China

    Confucianism in China: Past and Present China‚ a country of ancient history and tradition‚ known for having one of the oldest roots in history and carrying on ancient practices to the modern day‚ but China is rapidly changing‚ with new beliefs‚ practices and cultural ties China is rapidly becoming a world power‚ reforming those old traditions and creating new ones. However‚ the influences of ancient philosophies‚ such as Legalism‚ Taoism‚ and Confucianism‚ can still be felt in modern China influencing

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  • Confucianism and Buddhism

    Are Confucianism and Buddhism religions? To answer this question one must first find the definition of the word religion. According to our text book the word religion come from the Latin word religio which means awe for the gods and concern for proper ritual (experiencing the worlds religion 3). The definition of the word religion according to several dictionaries is a belief in a divine or superhuman power or powers to be obeyed and worshiped as the creator and the ruler of the universe‚ or any

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  • Communism and Confucianism

    actual ownership being ascribed to the community as a whole or to the state” and the definition of Confucianism states; “the system of ethics‚ education‚ and statesmanship taught by Confucius and his disciples‚ stressing love for humanity‚ ancestor worship‚ reverence for parents‚ and harmony in thought and conduct.” Confucianism and Communism has been a long term clash throughout history. However‚ Confucianism and Communism do share some common ground with the beliefs of respecting their elders/ancestors

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