Family in Confucian Thought Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Family in Confucian Thought
A look at the signficance of family in Confucianism.
# 140310 | 1,750 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 | US


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This paper discusses how Confucianism has long been a foundation of Chinese culture (and of other Asian cultures) underpinning the search for stability and order as the best way for people, families, and nations as a whole to flourish and prosper. The paper relates that Confucius created his philosophy during was a long period of violent rivalry between many small states in what is now China. The paper shows how the family is a core element of Confucius' philosophy.

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"Confucianism has long been a foundation of Chinese culture (and of other Asian cultures) underpinning the search for stability and order as the best way for people, families, and nations as a whole to flourish and prosper. Confucius (551 BCE -479 BCE) created his philosophy during was a long period of violent rivalry between many small states in what is now China. Confucianism assumes there is a hierarchy, in the family as well as in..."

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