Confucianism Beliefs?


Confucianism beliefs are based on the teachings of Confucius in early 500 BC. The main focus of Confucianism is to teach how to live a harmonious life and adapt socially. Within the teachings of Confucianism, there are five core virtues. These are humaneness, knowledge, integrity, propriety or etiquette, and righteousness or justice. The virtues are further instilled in filial piety, righteousness, contingency, and loyalty. Confucianism also teaches that relationships and family are top priorities within ones life.
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