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What is Confucianism?

What is Confucianism?   Confucianism is humanism, a philosophy or attitude that is  concerned with human beings, their achievements and interests,  rather than with the (MORE)

How did Confucianism spread?

from east Asia to Vietnam and then through Korea and Japan, where they became state philosophies. And in India, where they began to disappear from.     "Confucius was a m (MORE)

What does Confucianism teach?

  * Social order, harmony and good government should be based on strong family relationships.  * Respect to parents and elders is important to a well-ordered society.  * (MORE)

What is confucian?

Somebody who follows the teachings of Confucius.   Answer2: Answer2: Confucius pronounced the negative principle, "Do  not do to others what you would not want them to do (MORE)

How is Confucianism different from neo-Confucianism?

neo - Confucianism lowered the women's position. And as a student, you had to follow the instructions from your teachers no matter what . if you didn't they killed you and hu (MORE)

How did neo-Confucianism differ from Confucianism?

Well, Neo-Confucianism Differed from Confucianism in many ways. Confucianism was the belief of a real world, not an illusion, as well as Confucianism. Confucius wrote his idea (MORE)

What was confucianism-?

Confucianism is an ethical and philosophical system, on occasion described as a religion, developed from the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Confucius.