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Confucianism

Centered of the works of Master Kong, or Confucius, the philosophical viewpoint has greatly influenced the history of China and many other nearly countries.

Asked in History of Asia, Confucianism

Confucius was born about 2500 years ago in China and grew up in?

great poverty after his father died when Confucius was 3 years old.
Asked in Confucianism, History of China, Philosophy and Philosophers

Who was Confucius?

Confucius was perhaps the greatest ancint Chinese philosopher. His writings are still read in today's world. ...
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What best describes Confucianism?

Confucianism focuses on the development of good society where peace and order are preserved between individuals and the government. Originally Confucianism could have been described as an ethical and philosophical system developed from the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Confucius who lived around 551-479 BCE. Later developments took confucianism into metaphysical and cosmological areas of understanding. ...
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What are the Confucian Holy Books?

It's possible to view Confucianism as a religion or a philosophy. Scholars debate its nature to this day. With that said, there is no one "holy book" of Confucianism. There are nine books, but whether or not they are holy is questionable -- since holiness implies divinities. There are: The Confucian Classics (5 books) and The Four Books (4 books). Confucius (551-479 B.C.E) was a well educated man who enjoyed the archery and music. When he realized he couldn't make a living enjoying his...
Asked in Taoism, Confucianism, Shintoism, Comparative Religions and Denominations

What is the difference between Shintosim and Confucianism?

Shinto=Japan Confucianism=China Shinto=polytheistic Confucianism=monotheistic. ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Confucianism

Which is the religion which does not believe in GOD?

Atheist There are two in-use definitions of the word 'atheist': 1.) A person who lacks belief in a god or gods. People who use this definition categorize atheists as either negative (or implicit or weak) atheists or positive (or explicit or strong) atheists. Negative atheists, while they don't believe in a god, do not positively assert that no gods exist. Positive atheists, however, do. 2.) A person who believes that no god or gods exist. Those who consider themselves atheists (who are usually positive atheists)...
Asked in Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism

What do Daoisim Buddhism and Confuscianism have in common?

They are all the dominant religions of China.
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Why was there a conflict between Confucian and the emperor?

A Confucian scholar criticized the emperor.( Chin )
Asked in Taoism, Confucianism, Comparative Religions and Denominations

How is Daoism the opposite of Confucianism is some ways?

It is different because Confucianism promotes that all men with talent get a government job and Daoism just promotes peaceful society. ...
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What was Confucius most interested in?

Orderly and stable human relationships.
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Is Confucianism monotheistic or polytheistic?

Monotheistic, although Confucianism does not believe in God in the same way that other monotheistic religions such as Christianity or Sikhism do. Rather it sees Him more in the same way that a Deist would view Him. ...
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers, Confucianism, Historical Figures

Who were some important figures in Confucianism and Daoism?

1. Confucius 2. Mencius 3. Xunzi 4. Zhuhangzi 5. Dong Zhoung Theres alot more. ...
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What are some key characteristics of Confucianism?

Filial piety and loyalty are some characteristics, but the main idea of Confucianism is the five bonds. The five bonds also relate to family ties. ...
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What are some of the values of Taoism?

The three core values of Daoism are; 1) Simplicity 2) Compassion 3) Humility These things are said to be only achieveable by constantly practicing the state of "Wuji" or "no mind" or "emptyness" during meditation. The more a person practices "Wuji" or "no mind" the more and more these virtues manifest themselves of their own accord. [[User:67.148.120.72|67.148.120.72]]stardingo747 ...
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How did the Duke of Chou influence Confucius?

The Duke of Chou (twelfth century B.C.) is regarded as one of the greatest statesmen in Chinese history. Also known as the Yellow Emperor, he is considered to be the architect of the Chou dynasty and the true founder of the Confucian tradition. Confucius looked to the Duke for his model and believed it was his mission to reestablish the principles and culture of the early Chou era, considered to be a golden age. The Duke of Chou was a legendary figure...
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What is the Key Text for Confucianism?

'''The Confucian Classics''' (five books) and '''The four books''' (four books) ...
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What is the central virtue of Confucian ethics?

it's either social success, good government, scholarship or human-heartedness. Sorry i couldn't tell you which one. ...
Asked in Mechanical Engineering, Confucianism, Air Compressors

What is meant by loading and unloading in air compressor?

In an air compressor, there are devices that automatically stops the compressor from compressing air. A mechanical unloader is sometimes installed in large air compressors such that air valves are open when the set pressure is attained. When this happens, the drive motor continues running but no air pressurre is pumped to the receiving tank during the unloading period. When the pressure in the tank is reduced to a set level, the air valves in the compressor automatically closes and air pressure...
Asked in History of China, Confucianism

What are the beliefs of Confucianism?

Beliefs: Confucian ethical teachings include the following values: Li: includes ritual, propriety, etiquette, etc. Hsiao: love within the family: love of parents for their children and of children for their parents Yi: righteousness Xin: honesty and trustworthiness Jin: benevolence, humaneness towards others; the highest Confucian virtue Chung: loyalty to the state. ...
Asked in Buddhism, Confucianism

How do you pronounce Buddhas real name?

Sidd-har-tha that was the fourth Buddha (or) or our Buddha right now
Asked in Confucianism, Sikhism

When and where was sikhism founded?

Sikhism was founded in India in the 16th Century.
Asked in Confucianism, Demographics, Olympics Gymnastics

How many people worldwide adhere to Confucianism?

Answer 1 0.1% (6,111,056 people) of people worldwide practice Confucianism. ...
Asked in Holidays and Traditions, Confucianism, Martin Luther King Jr., Birthdays

What holidays do the religion of Confucianism celebrate?

September 28, Confucius' birthday. this is celebrated by many confucians because confucious is the founder of Confucianism :) ...
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers, Confucianism, Present Tenses

When did Confucianism start?

Around 500 B.C. who was the founder of confucism ?