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Confucianism

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  • 1. Confucianism By Ashley, Lizzie, Ryan, Juwan
  • 2. Basics Confucius was appalled by the fracturing Chinese society, and he believed that the only cure was to stress the sense of social order and mutual respect. A philosophy that later became known as Confucianism
  • 3. Founded: Confucianism was founded in China around 500 BCE, during the Zhou Dynasty Confucianism was founded by Confucian, aka Kongzi, in 551-479 BC
  • 4. Beliefs All encompassing humanism that neither denies nor slights heaven Love for humanity, high value given of family, and devotion of family, peace justice.
  • 5. Impact influential and respectable of China Confucius was the most philosopher in chines history. Confucianism effected everything in China: education, government, public and private attitudes and etiquettes. China used his ideas as a philosophy and a guide to morality and good government.
  • 6. By three methods we learn wisdom. By reflection, which is the noblest. By imitation, which is the easiest. By experience which is the bitterest. ~Confucius
  • 7. Quotes “If the scholar be not grave, he will not call forth any veneration, and his learning will not be soiled.” Basically saying that if a student is malicious and greedy, he will not be respected. ~the analects of Confucius. Chapter one.
  • 8. Quote 2 “Have no friends not equal to yourself.” This one states that no one should have friends of your lesser standard of what you think of in a person. From The Analects of Confucious Chapter 1

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