Confucianism, also known as Ruism, is described as tradition, a philosophy, a
religion, a humanistic or rationalistic religion, a way of governing, or simply a way
Mar 17, 2015 ... Confucianism is a way of life taught by Confucius in the 6th–5th century BCE.
Sometimes viewed as a philosophy, sometimes as a religion, ...
Confucianism is a Chinese quasi-religion and of Confucian beliefs, developed by
Confucianism teachers, including Confucius and Mencius, through the history ...
Some say Confucianism is not a religion, since there are no Confucian deities
and no teachings about the afterlife. Confucius himself was a staunch supporter
Confucianism (Traditional Chinese: 儒學; Simplified Chinese: 儒学; Pinyin: Rúxué
; literally means "The School of the Scholars"; see Names for Confucianism for ...
Aug 31, 2013 ... The philosopher Confucius (or Kongzi, c. 551 to c. 479 BCE) is the recognized
founder of Confucianism, also referred to as the Ru-jia doctrine ...
Confucianism is the cornerstone of traditional Chinese culture. It has dominated a
feudal society that in essence has lasted 2000 years.
Confucianism is perhaps the most well-known of the textual traditions in China.
The classical Confucian texts became key to the orthodox state ideology of the ...
How did Confucianism begin? A Chinese philosopher named K'ung Fu-tzu or
Confucius, the Westernized version, believed that a society could become perfect
Feb 15, 2011 ... A basic outline of the Confucian tradition, its principles and schools, from