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    Confucianism and Confucianism, is the main system of thought in China; It was developed from the teachings of Confucius and his disciples, and had to do with the principles of good practice, the empirical wisdom and the own social relations. Confucianism has influenced the Chinese attitude toward the existence, setting the life patterns and patterns of social value, and providing the basis of political theories and Chinese institutions. From China it spread to Korea, Japan and Viet Nam, and in…

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    with his teachings, helped transform an entire country with his beliefs. His message helped restore harmony and stability to a country that desperately needed it. Confucianism played a tremendous role in Chinese history. The Analects are a written collection of the teachings of Confucius and helped pave the way for the rise of Confucianism. These were not written by Confucius himself (since he was illiterate), but rather by his disciples/students after his death (Cummings Study Guide). The…

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    express themselves through different religions. The main religions where Confucianism, Taoism, and Legalism. Confucianism is a religion based on a man called Confucius; he was a philosopher that thought the universe told humans how to live in harmony and gave them purposes. The proper to way to behave is by the Dao, every person had there own Dao even the ruler had one. Taoism was one of the most popular alternatives to Confucianism, since they are very similar they have most of the same…

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    For thousands of years, Confucianism and Daoism—two very noble and virtuous ideologies—have been practiced in the world. Correspondingly, teachings of both Confucius and Zhuangzi have proven incredibly influential in cultures around the world and has inspired many in political activeness, music, art, film, poetry, and much more. Joseph Smith once stated, “I teach them correct principles, and they govern themselves.” Meaning the faithful are taught the truth and they follow their own paths guided…

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    pick Confucianism because Confucianism had the right rules and made a really big impact in China's society. Confucianism had a lot of thought put into it and mad a lot of sense. They have for sure record that he was a real man unlike Taoism where they don't know if he was real and Daoism was made by a prince that everything that he said passed and never saw the real world. Firstly out of the three, Confucianism has been around the longest and is still mostly in use in china. Confucianism isn't…

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    it was frequent in Chinese history. Confucianism, a philosophy revolving around family and its importance, had been deeply rooted in Chinese ideology throughout several dynasties. However, this changed after Empress Wu Zetian redirected society to Buddhism during the Tang Dynasty. Her rule was the catalyst for a series of new religious and philosophical ideals present throughout the Song and Qing dynasties. When the Song Dynasty reverted back to Confucianism, they introduced new principles and…

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    Confucianism is an ideology of order in which everything has its proper place. Confucianism idea of order especially the hierarchy of occupations was strictly enforced between samurai, peasants, artisan, and merchants. This influenced the layout of Kyoto. In Chapter 1, “Heian-kyō: The Ideal”, describes “how the city was meant to be, how it was planned, and how it was idealized.” Kyoto is laid out in a grid pattern with the emperor’s residence positioned on top. Everything else is based on…

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    Originally, Caste system classified into four levels: Brahmans, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas, and Shdras. Brahmans symbolized the highest status of priests. Kshatriyas was the status of warriors. Vaisyas expressed merchants and commoners. Shdras indicated peasants, and laborers (Jordan, 2014). The four levels of caste system first came out from the composition of the Rig Veda in around 1000 B.C.E. The system were developed by Aryas who expanded to India and reject the original structures of Vedic…

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    Confucianism and Daoism are very important to the Chinese culture. The creator of Confucianism was Confucius and Daoism legendary advocator was Laozi. These philosophes created moral and honorable virtues for Chinese individuals to follow. The goal of Confucianism was to restore social harmony in China. The goal of Daoism was respecting nature and individualism. These philosophes were different in that Confucianism roams within society and Daoism wonders beyond. The principle message of…

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    What six traditional Chinese beliefs and practices does Molloy specifically identify as having played a part in both Taoism and Confucianism? Describe each of these six briefly. Which do you think were probably most compatible with Buddhism? Why? Molloy’s Six Influential Chinese Traditions/Beliefs: Spirits- Ancient Chinese culture embodied spirits as being present in every circumstance of nature and the human world. Good spirits brought positive items to life. Bad spirits brought negative…

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