CONFUCIANISM Michael Madsen Michael Colley Tyler Wilkens David FillintheblankpleaseMichaelColley
THE FOUNDATIONSTHE BEGINNINGS OF CONFUCIANISM Confucianism formed around the fifth century BC, in China Founded by Kong Qiu, later known as Confucius
CONFUCIUSKong Qiu, better known today by hisLatinized name, Confucius, was thefounder of ConfucianismThe name Confucius comes fromKong Fu Tzu, an honorific titleBorn in the Queli (Watchtower)district of Qufu, the capital of thesmall state of Lu, around 551 BCDied 472 BC
THE DEFINITION WHAT CONFUCIANISM IS, AND WHAT IT STANDS FOR Confucianism is not so much of a religion as a philosophy This made it popular, as someone could believe in a religion and Confucianism Believes in... Ren-benevolence, Zhong-loyalty to yourself, Shu-reciprocity, Xiao-filial piety, and Li-ritual practices. These all fall under the category of Allde-Virtue Stressed truthfulness, a distaste for violence, and moderation of everything Confucius invented the golden rule: Do unto others as you would be done byReciprocity-Giving, not just getting Filial piety-A respect for ones parents.
LEADERSHIP ROLESConfucius was not so mucha founder as the idealConfucian.