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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legalism_(Chinese_philosophy)

Fǎ-Jiā or Legalism is one of Sima Tan's six classical schools of thought in Chinese philosophy. Accepted to various degrees by most of the feudal states, it one ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legalism_(theology)

Legalism (or nomism), in Christian theology, is the act of putting the Law of Moses above gospel by establishing requirements for salvation beyond obedience, ...

www.britannica.com/topic/Legalism

Legalism: School of Chinese philosophy that attained prominence during the turbulent Warring States era (475–221 bce) and, through the influence of the ...

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Legalism definition, strict adherence, or the principle of strict adherence, to law or prescription, especially to the letter rather than the spirit. See more.

www.ancient.eu/Legalism

Jan 31, 2016 ... Legalism in ancient China was a philosophical belief that human beings are more inclined to do wrong than right because they are motivated ...

web.cn.edu/kwheeler/chinese_legalism.html

Legalism and Chinese Philosophy. In contrast to Taoism's intuitive anarchy, and Confucianism's benevolence, Legalism is a Classical Chinese philosophy that ...

plato.stanford.edu/entries/chinese-legalism

Dec 10, 2014 ... Legalism is a popular—albeit quite inaccurate—designation of an intellectual current that gained considerable popularity in the latter half of the ...

www.gotquestions.org/Bible-Christian-legalism.html

Legalists believe in and demand a strict literal adherence to rules and regulations. Doctrinally, it is a position essentially opposed to grace. Those who hold a ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/legalism

Define legalism: strict, literal, or excessive conformity to the law or to a religious or moral code; a legal term or rule — legalism in a sentence.