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    you think life in both of these different regions would be more similar or different? Which region would you rather live in Greece or China? Why? Okay, well during the time Greek rationalism and the Chinese philosophies like Legalism, Daoism, and Confucianism, emerged they shaped the political systems and most importantly the beliefs of the people living in their states. Greek rationalism key beliefs were that the world is a physical reality governed by natural laws that could be understood by…

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    Confucianism, also called Ruism, is a way of life. It was founded by the Chinese philosopher Confucius, and developed by one of his students, Mencius. There are five main concepts of Confucianism, which are humaneness (ren), righteousness (yi), ritual/propriety (li), wisdom (zhi) and trustworthiness (xin), “which are believed to be as constant and unchanging as natural laws, remaining the same for all time and guiding/ordering all other virtues.” (Yao, 53) The first concept of the Confucianism…

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    Confucianism and Taoism are primeval Chinese religions. They were both philosophies, which began in China. Neither were proposed to be religions at the era though by tradition they have been treated as such by many adherents and scholars. It is very difficult to separate Chinese religions given that most exist simultaneously within each practice and beliefs. However, there are certain elements that make each religion stand out as its own. Confucianism, for example, believes in setting an…

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    Confucianism was originated by Confucius, an ancient Chinese philosopher, and was then championed by both Mencius and Xunzi. During the same time period roughly, Shang Yang and Shen Buhai developed a new ideological system known as Legalism. Both philosophies found popularity in ancient China, though they hold very different ideals. At first glance, the ancient Chinese philosophies Confucianism and Legalism seem to be polar opposites in regards to government, education, and social relationships.…

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    According to Medicine News, the main philosophy behind Chinese medicine has come from Confucianism and Taoism (White). These two belief systems were created as a result of the prolonged Warring States (481-221 B.C.); it is said that the greatest advances in medicine occur during war and strife (White). Confucianism comes from the teachings of Confucius (551-479 B.C.) (White). These teachings revolve around the interlinkages of the twelve primary organ systems of the body (White). These complex…

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    and Political) 2.Confucianism/Confucius: Confucius was a nobleman from 551 to 479 BCE who wanted his thoughts to be known throughout China. He had several followers, who recorded his thoughts and placed them in a book called The Analects, which then spread throughout Eastern Asia. In Confucianism, there were still social classes, but instead of them always fighting, they could live in peace and harmony by following his ways. His teachings are still being studied today, as Confucianism has made…

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    Team paper/ Daoism-Confucianism-Jainism *My uninformed thoughts on Daoism I figured it came from an Asian/ Chinese culture. Confucianism, I had never heard of it and had no knowledge on it, same with Jainism. *Basic beliefs and teachings: Daoism/Taoism belief Daoism does not see gods the same way other religions do. They believe more of seeing gods as enlightened immortals helping and guiding living beings through everyday life. The gods are inspiration towards enlightenment. They also believe…

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    During this early period of constant political and military conflict, Buddhism found an accepting audience in China, while the influence of Confucianism slowly died out. Buddhism arrived in China in the 1st century AD as the religion of merchants who came from Central Asia. During the next three centuries, /the Chinese encountered a great variety of ideas and practices identified as Buddhist. Buddhism differed markedly from earlier Chinese religions and philosophies. A universal religion, it…

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    Confucianism is one of the biggest religions in East Asia established by孔夫子 (Kong Fu Zi), so called Confucius. Started from Ancient China, it has long been a framework of East Asian society and a key to decipher the culture. As a part of the East Asian culture, the religion served as a basis for the shared values and it shaped the thought. This paper will analyze the worldview, beliefs, practices, and symbols in relations to Christianity with an intention to suggest an effective way of…

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    Buddhism dominated China in the Tang dynasty, and Confucianism, especially Neo-Confucianism dominated China in the Song dynasty when Aztec believed polytheism. Because of this religious difference, Mesoamerica and China had distinctive social aspects, such as gender equality and the status of merchants. However, there is a similar political phenomenon in political features such as a decline of military skills for religious beliefs. Both Mesoamerica and China became a patriarchal society as…

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