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A philosophy developed by Confucius, an influential Chinese teacher and scholar who lived in the sixth and fifth centuries B.C. His teachings, collected in the Analects, emphasize social harmony and moral obligation. Confucianism is a philosophy, not a religion.
Chinese teacher and philosopher whose teachings are the foundation of Confucianism. See Confucianism.
Four Books, the
The fundamental teachings of Confucianism.
In Confucianism, jen (pronounced “ren”) is the highest principle and translates to compassion and humanity derived from genuine love.
In Confucianism, li is a virtue focused on ritual and etiquette; it applies to everything from titles of respect to proper dress and behavior.

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