Confucianism


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Related to Confucianism: Confucius, Buddhism, Taoism
  • noun

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the teachings of Confucius emphasizing love for humanity

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Confucianism and Economic Development: An Oriental Alternative?
So far, the government hasn't made any overt proclamations pushing Confucianism, though one of its favorite recent slogans is "harmonious society.
Eliot, the immense terrain of Chinese literature has been irrigated and fertilized deeply by the powerful forces of Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism" (104).
Such government-sponsored efforts to resurrect guoxue and Confucianism have and will indubitably bring numerous benefits to Chinese society.
Understanding Confucianism and its implications also would be useful and timely preparation for doing business with organisations and leaders in these economies.
Teaching Confucianism is the more successful of the two books in part because the editor is more competent (no romanization errors here).
What we understand today as Chinese medicine was also strongly influenced by the three main philosophical and spiritual traditions of China: Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism.
Gordon Robertson, filling in for his father Pat, also chatted up Earley on "The 700 Club," suggesting that Americans United wouldn't be fighting this program if it was about Confucianism.
Chinese culture can be represented by two dominant philosophical traditions, Confucianism and Daoism.
In the 9th century BCE the peoples of four separate regions of the world created the basic religious and philosophical traditions that have continued to modern times: Confucianism in China, Hinduism and Buddhism in India, monotheism in Israel and philosophical rationalism in Greece.
As an incredible guide to the eastern and Asian Ways are an all-together work of unity, Light From The East enlightens its readers to the whole spectrum of Taoism, Zen Buddhism, Hinduism, Yoga, Confucianism, Feng Shui, T'ai Chi Ch'uan, Falun Cong and Shinto perspectives.
Examination of these ideals," he writes, "reveals both the commonalties and diversities within and among Asian traditions--enough commonalties so that one could conceive of shared Asian values even though one recognizes that historically there was little cross-fertilization between, say, Confucianism and Hinduism.
Additionally, Nelson (1995) and Yum (1988) indicate that Chinese education is based upon the principles of Confucianism, a teacher-centered pedagogy in which learning moves from teacher to student and the questioning of authority figures (teachers) rarely occurs.
This Christian understanding is directly connected to human reason, and to the natural God-given moral law, of which egalitarians know nothing, but which is recognized by the old traditional religions of Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, and, yes, Judaism.