Category: Confucianism

a world religion founded by K'ung Fu Tzu (a.k.a. Confucius)
  • Confucianim
    • Wikipedia's page on Confucianism.
  • Confucianism: a World Religion Founded by K'ung Fu Tzu (a.k.a. Confucius)
    • History, symbols, beliefs, teachings, practices & schools of Confucianism
  • Confucius
    • One of the most famous people in ancient China was a wise philosopher named Confucius - also Kong Zi, Kong Qiu, or Zhong Ni. Confucius was a Chinese thinker and social philosopher, whose teachings and philosophy have deeply influenced Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese thought and life.
  • Confucius
    • This article covers the basic morals found in Confucianism, the Six Relationships and the Mandate of Heaven, as well as other aspects of the philosophy.
  • Confucius (c. 551-479 BCE)
    • A history of Confucius and his teachings, including the Analects, morality, self-cultivation, and information on those who have interpreted the works of Confucius
  • Confucius and Socrates Teaching Wisdom
    • Information on how and what Confucius and Socrates taught
  • Neo-Confucian Philosophy
    • “Neo-Confucianism” is the name commonly applied to the revival of the various strands of Confucian philosophy and political culture that began in the middle of the 9th Century and reached new levels of intellectual and social creativity in the 11th Century in the Northern Song Dynasty.
  • The Analects of Confucius
    • Chapters in the Analects are grouped by individual themes. However, they are not arranged in any way so as to carry a continuous stream of thought. Moreover, central themes recur repeatedly in different chapters, sometimes in exactly the same wording and sometimes with small variations. This has led some to believe that the book was not written by a single individual, but was the collective effort of many. However, the final editors of the Analects were likely disciples of Zengzi, one of the most established students of Confucius.