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jwang33 Confucianism 0 Dec 25 2013, 12:43 PM EST by jwang33
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Government was extremely important. A ruler had to be good in order for his subjects to be good and obey him. Government existed for the benefit of the people, not the other way around.
Confucianism is predominately practiced in China, Asia, and in some areas in North America. The Confucius teachings and principles were founded around 500 BC, in China. The teachings and principles play a major role in the Chinese culture today. The teachings put a big emphasis on the importance of achieving Harmony.
In Confucianism, social harmony is the ultimate goal of every follower. This means that everyone must know their place in the social order. Relationships among different groups of people, is key in Confucianism. The five cardinal relations include: Ruler and subject; father and son; husband and wife, elder and younger brother, friend to friend. These bonds are categorized in ways that show respect and obedience from one group to the next. It is greatly emphasized that family is the center of everything and comes before the individual person.
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chord0 legalism seems to be more prevalent in China today 1 Sep 23 2009, 7:28 AM EDT by That-one-eric-kid
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because of the communist influence and the extreme restriction of freedom, including freedom of speech and the press I believe that legalism is more prevalent in Chinese society today.
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