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*  Confucianism
... of marriage Confucianism in Indonesia Edo Neo-Confucianism Family as a model for the state Korean Confucianism Neo-Confucianism ... Fung, Yiu-ming (2008), "Problematizing Contemporary Confucianism in East Asia", in Richey, Jeffrey, Teaching Confucianism, ... the core of Confucianism is humanistic. According to Herbert Fingarette's concept of "the secular as sacred", Confucianism ... Ever since Europeans first encountered Confucianism, the issue of how Confucianism should be classified has been subject to ...
*  New Confucianism
... (Chinese: 新儒家; pinyin: xīn rú jiā; literally: "New Confucianism") is an intellectual movement of Confucianism ... Song-Ming Neo-Confucianism, and New Confucianism. This third generation has been instrumental in grounding Confucianism in non- ... New Confucianism is a school of Chinese philosophy influenced by Confucianism. After the events of the May Fourth Movement in ... Xiong and his follower's attempts to reconstruct Confucianism gave New Confucianism its Chinese name, xīn rú jiā. Xiong Shili ( ...
*  Yi (Confucianism)
Ren (Confucianism) Li (Confucianism) Cheng, Chung-ying (July 1972), "On yi as a universal principle of specific application in ... is an important concept in Confucianism. It involves a moral disposition to do good, and also the intuition and sensibility to ... "The Main Concepts of Confucianism". Philosophy.lander.edu. Retrieved 2012-08-13. (Cheng) (Cheng p. 271) (Cheng). ...
*  Ren (Confucianism)
Confucianism says that if the ruler lacks ren, it will be difficult for his subjects to behave humanely. Ren is the basis of ... "The Development of Altruism in Confucianism" Apr. 1951: 48-55 JSTOR Oxford University. Hopfe M, Lewis and Woodward R. Mark. ...
*  Neo-Confucianism
Adhering to the traditional Confucianism and the Neo-Confucianism, the Modern Neo-Confucianism contributes the nation's ... Neo-Confucianism was an attempt to create a more rationalist and secular form of Confucianism by rejecting superstitious and ... Neo-Confucianism became the interpretation of Confucianism whose mastery was necessary to pass the bureaucratic examinations by ... The importance of li in Neo-Confucianism gave the movement its Chinese name, literally "The study of Li." Neo-Confucianism was ...
*  Lingnan Confucianism
Confucianism Lingnan culture Chinese philosophy Korean Confucianism 江門以白沙文化為核心 打造「嶺南儒學名城」 曾凡亮. (2009). 菊坡精舍与东塾学派. 中山大学研究生学刊: 社会 ... Lingnan Confucianism (Cantonese Jyutping: Ling5 naam4 jyu4
*  Korean Confucianism
... is the form of Confucianism that emerged and developed in Korea. One of the most substantial influences in ... Like Confucianism from the past, a lot of emphasis is placed on the ability to study and memorize. Since exams are so important ... With Neo-Confucianism taken out of the school curricula and removed from its prominence in the daily life of Koreans, the sense ... Neo-Confucianism held sway in China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam until the 19th century. The nature of early Korean political and ...
*  Li (Confucianism)
Neo-Confucianism) Zhou ritual system 禮樂制度 禮教 Chan, Wing-tsit (1963). A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy. Princeton, New Jersey ... particularly within Confucianism. Li does not encompass a definitive object but rather a somewhat abstract idea and, as such, ...
*  Edo Neo-Confucianism
Like Chinese and Korean Confucianism, Edo Neo-Confucianism is a social and ethical philosophy based on metaphysical ideas. The ... Neo-Confucianism has its origins in the Chinese Tang Dynasty; the Confucianist scholars Han Yu and Li Ao are seen as forebears ... Neo-Confucianism was brought to Japan during the late Kamakura period. It was spread as basic education for monks in training ... Neo-Confucianism developed both as a renaissance of traditional Confucian ideas, and as a reaction to the ideas of Buddhism and ...
*  New Text Confucianism
... (simplified Chinese: 今文经学; traditional Chinese: 今文經學) is a school of thought in Confucianism that was ... The school competed with Old Text Confucianism in the later Han dynasty and its dominance waned as the latter became the new ... The school was reinvigorated by a group of scholars who were dissatisfied with the popular Neo-Confucianism at the time in the ... Downplaying the role of Mencius, as a sign of opposition to Confucianism during the Song dynasty. Much attention paid to the ...
*  Li (Neo-Confucianism)
It may be translated as "rational principle" or "law." It was central to Zhu Xi's integration of Buddhism into Confucianism. ...
*  List of converts to Christianity from Confucianism
This is a list of notable converts to Christianity from Confucianism. It is debated whether Confucianism is a religion and some ... Before I followed Confucianism" Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures One of China's Scholars: The Culture & ...
*  The Religion of China: Confucianism and Taoism
Confucianism rose to the position of an official orthodoxy during the Han dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 220). When the Han ... According to Confucianism, the worship of great deities was the affair of the state, ancestral worship is required of all, and ... Confucianism tolerated magic and mysticism as long as they were useful tools for controlling the masses; it denounced them as ... The Confucianism goal was "a cultured status position", while Puritanism's goal was to create individuals who are "tools of God ...
*  Wang Gungwu
Wang, Gungwu (2004). "Confucianism". In Richter, Frank-Jürgen; Mar, Pamela. Asia's New Crisis. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons. ...
*  Confucius
In the modern era Confucian movements, such as New Confucianism, still exist, but during the Cultural Revolution, Confucianism ... "Impacts on Society". Ancient China: Confucianism. "The Life and Significance of Confucius". www.sjsu.edu. "China Confucianism: ... and later New Confucianism (Modern Neo-Confucianism). Confucius is traditionally credited with having authored or edited many ... In Confucianism, the concept of li is closely related to yì (義), which is based upon the idea of reciprocity. Yì can be ...
*  Three teachings
Confucianism is a complex school of thought, sometimes also referred to as a religion, revolving around the principles of the ... Neo-Confucianism (which had re-emerged during the previous Tang Dynasty) was followed as the dominant philosophy. A minority ... Confucianism focuses on societal rules and moral values, whereas Taoism advocates simplicity and living happily while in tune ... Though the term "three teachings" is often focused on how well Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism have been able to coexist in ...
*  Rectification of names
In Confucianism, the Rectification of Names means that "things in actual fact should be made to accord with the implications ... For the most part Confucianism does not elaborate on Fa, though the idea of norms themselves are older and Han Confucians ... Taylor, Rodney L.; Choy, Howard (2003). The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Confucianism. 1 (1 ed.). New York: The Rosen Group, ... Oldstone-Moore, Jennifer (2002). Confucianism. New York: Oxford University Press, Incorporated. pp. 54-60. ...
*  Si Xingfang
ISBN 9971-0-0252-3. Miyamoto, Yoko (2011). "Water Margin: Chinese Robin Hood and His Bandits". Demystifying Confucianism. ...
*  Zhang Qing (Featherless Arrow)
ISBN 9971-0-0252-3. Miyamoto, Yoko (2011). "Water Margin: Chinese Robin Hood and His Bandits". Demystifying Confucianism. ...
*  Qigong
In Confucianism practices now known as Confucian Qigong provide a means to become a Junzi (君子) through awareness of morality. ... ISBN 978-0-534-58419-1. Richey, Jeffrey Edward (2008). Teaching Confucianism. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19- ... in Confucianism to promote longevity and improve moral character; in Daoism and Buddhism as part of meditative practice; and in ...
*  Religion in South Korea
Confucianism was also brought to Korea from China in early centuries, and was formulated as Korean Confucianism in Goryeo. ... The Joseon kingdom (1392-1910), adopted an especially strict version of Neo-Confucianism (i.e. Korean Confucianism) and ... However, with the end of the Joseon state and the wane of Chinese influence in the 19th and 20th century, Confucianism was ... They show themes derived from Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, and Korean folk religion. There are also a number of small ...
*  Wu Yong
Demystifying Confucianism. Retrieved 19 December 2016. Shibusawa, Kou (1989), Bandit Kings of Ancient China, Koei, pp. 56, 76, ...
*  Song Jiang
Demystifying Confucianism. Retrieved 19 December 2016. Shibusawa, Kou (1989), Bandit Kings of Ancient China, Koei Zhang, Lin ...
*  List of kanji by concept
... 儒 Confucianism; 語 language; 言 say; 話 speak; 声 voice; 告 tell; 談 discuss; 聞 ask; 問 question; 答 answer; 吟 recite; 読 read; 書 write ...
*  Lu Junyi
Demystifying Confucianism. Retrieved 19 December 2016. Shibusawa, Kou (1989), Bandit Kings of Ancient China, Koei, pp. 62, 88, ...