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    Before Confucianism there was the Mandate of Heaven and the Classic of Changes. The Mandate was led by the Zhou dynasty (1122 BC - 256 B.C.). This doctrine asserted the ruler’s accountability to a supreme moral force that guides the human community. The Mandate caused a lot of internally fighting amongst dynasties because it decriminalized constant rebellions. The Classic of Changes was published in the 9th BC and was said to be have complied by a mythical hero Fu Xi. These were sets of six…

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    Flavio Faria g14f0364 1) 3 Chinese major schools .1)Confucianism: This school was created from the teachings of the sage Confucius, and gathered in the Analects of Confucius. It is an arrangement of good, social, political, and semi religious thought, whose impact likewise spread to Korea andJapan. The major Confucian ideas incorporate humankind or sympathy like the idea of the Mandate of Heaven, reliability and that of dutiful devotion. It presented the rule of basically regarding…

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    Neo Confucianism In China

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    Confucianism, the most remarkable long lasting tradition or belief in the Chinese history. Dating back more than two millenniums, Confucianism was becoming the most prominent and growing tradition in China until Qin dynasty. (Yao xv “Confucianism in history: chronological table) However, Confucianism regain its position during the Han dynasty as being the state ideology (Yao 5) before losing its ground in late Han and Song dynasty as the popularity of Buddhism and Daoism signifies (Yao 37). Many…

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    Confucianism Vs Taoism

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    Confucianism. The counterpart of Taoism. Confucianism is more a lifestyle than a faith. This is also originally a Chinese life doctrine. People following this lifestyle think that a balanced combination of nature and culture give the right attitude to life. Some values of this religion are order and stability in the state, respect and loyalty, justice, humanity and sincerity. Then Buddhism. The most popular religion in Vietnam. Most Vietnamese support a mixture of Taoism, Buddhism and ancestor…

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    Confucianism: The Gateway to Communism in China China is a country of many cultures and religions dating back centuries. There have been numerous religions and in those religions have been many varieties. In addition to the plethora of religious ideologies, China has been governed in various ways throughout history too. Family dynasties controlled China for most of its history up until modern times. However, religions have impacted the way dynasties ruled and these religious influences have…

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    Confucianism and Taoism are two of the most prevailing philosophies in Asia, even if they seem to contradict each other. Confucius asks us to live a very structured life in accordance with li, which is right action. Taoism allows for many different viewpoints, and would probably be accepting of Confucianism even though it seems to contradict Taoism. Taoists believe there are many ways to live and view life, and no one is better than the other. Li was Confucius’ idea of the correct way to live.…

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    Confucianism played a significant role in shaping the political and social structure of the traditional Chinese society of the imperial period of Chinese history. It is not easy to define Confucianism because there are noticeable differences and sometimes contradictions among the phases of Confucianism. Rather than to say Confucianism arose unexpectedly, it arose in response to the status quo of society. At different periods of time, Confucianism established relative order, unified the minds of…

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    Moral Code Of Confucianism

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    Confucianism was one of the many ideas to come out of the “Hundred Schools of Thought.” Each intellectual way of thinking had one goal and that was to bring peace to the Warring States and unify all of China. Confucianism tried to take a very peaceful way of ending the war by making the people believe that one should follow a strict moral code. This moral code is called the ‘Junzi” or the “The Gentlemen.” The junzi was meant to have men act good towards one another by insuring that it was the…

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    Confucianism and Daoism as Traditions Religion has been one of the deepest-rooted traditions in societies from all across the world. The continent of Asia is no different. One of the largest and most religiously diverse countries in Asia is China. Among the plethora of diverse religions are the contrasting faiths of Confucianism and Daoism. While China and all of Asia have many different religions, these cultures do not adopt the Western idea of sectarian religion where each religion is…

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    their religions, Hinduism and Confucianism, respectively. Followers of Hinduism believed that each person came from a part of a greater being, known as Purusha. Members of the highest class came from the head, the second class citizens came from the arms, third class citizens came from the thighs, and members of the lowest class came from the feet. Confucianism was founded by Confucius, or Kong Fuzi, and the idea of the Mandate of Heaven, a key element of Confucianism, was established by Wu Ti,…

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