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  • charges of sorcery.26" Main sources: Religions/Confucianism and Confucianism "Confucianism is a Chinese ethical and philosophical system developed
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  • religion. Currently, Daoism does not enjoy the popularity of Buddhism or Confucianism in China, although there are still some who follow the old ways. I Ching
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  • age-old belief in a "golden age" back in the distant past."(Ronan 135). Confucianism and Taoism developed for a period of time and had become the leading
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  • (mostly Unitarian Universalism, traditonal beliefs, Sikhism, Jainism, Confucianism, Taoism, etc.) Human Development: 0.956 (VERY HIGH, 13th) Independence:
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  • ethics and government led to a renewed interest in Confucianism.22 Some elements of Confucianism were already present in the culture transmitted from
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  • The teachings of Hinduism and Buddhism as well as the philosophies of Confucianism and Daoism shaped the way people lived, acted, and thought in those two
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  • educated men who were interpreters of the empire's official ideology, Confucianism. These men also helped link the central government with local society
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  • influential in later Chinese history. These new philosophies were Confucianism and Daoism. Confucianism is based on the teachings of a scholar named Kongfuzi, better
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  • art in the great religions: Sanatana/Hindu & Jain Dharma, Taoism (and Confucianism if applicable,) Mazdaism/Zoroastrianism, Amenism-Raism-Atenism, Judaism/Nazar(ean)s
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  • re-discovery of nonkilling aspects of Buddhism (peace within individuals), Confucianism (peace with others), and Taoism (peace with nature). To this can be added
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  • Nonkilling in Judaism NKCR 107 Nonkilling in Baha'ism NKCR 108 Nonkilling in Confucianism NKCR 109 Ethics/Nonkilling/Spiritual/Jainism NKCR 110 Nonkilling in Shintoism
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  • world. Know about the life of Confucius and the fundamental teachings of Confucianism and Daoism. Identify the political and cultural problems prevalent in
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  • humanity, including, among others, atheism, Bahá'í, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Taoism, Unitarian Universalism, and
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  • Traditionally Buddhism was strong; today there are still many temples. Confucianism was popular in Daegu, with a large academy based in the city. Christianity
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  • hold forth the desirability and possibility of a nonkilling society. In Confucianism, when morality among rulers prevails, no death penalty will be needed
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  • period, e.g., “modernity,” “postmodernism,” “the West,” Orientalism, Confucianism, etc. These ways of thinking are so broad and so commonly shared by a
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