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  • or wadokei, inspired by Western techniques. The flourishing of Neo-Confucianism was the major intellectual development of the Tokugawa period. Confucian
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  • Buddhism, go to: Buddhism Theravada Mahayana Vajrayana Christianity Confucianism Hinduism is a term coined to designate the traditional socio-religious
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  • Logicians. Following the Qin Dynasty, Confucianism became the dominant philosophical school of China. Confucianism represents the collected teachings of
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  • Maps | Resources | Contributors' Corner According to legend, Chinese history began with a succession of three rulers - half-human, half-animal - followed
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  • Confucianism (儒敎) is a complex belief system, which was found by Confucius (551-479 BCE). The system is based on his teachings that primarily focus on
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  • Identify and describe the emergence of new philosophies—Daoism and Confucianism—during the Warring States period in China. Identify and describe the
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  • Doctrines or Ideologies became important Chinese Religions. Taoism and Confucianism were native to China and developed in isolation. The Three ideologies
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  • of Learning) 五来欣造 (Gorai Kinzō, 1875-1944) 儒教の独逸政治思想に及ぼせる影響 (How did confucianism affect to German political philosophy) ファッショか共産主義か (Fascism or Communism)
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  • Japan', Studies in Chinese History 5: 7-44Holcombe, C. 1997 'Ritsuryo Confucianism', Harvard Journal of Asian Studies 57: 543-574Holcombe, C. 1999, 'Trade-buddhism:
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  • Asia An Overview of Belief and Value Systems in Asia Hinduism Buddhism Confucianism Taoism Islam Colonialism in Asia Nationalism in Asia Communism in Asia
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  • Buddhism Jainism Woe-geo (Duk-in Joo Religion) Zorastrianism Sikhism Taoism Confucianism Shintoism Secularism Agnosticism Atheism Animism, panpsychism, pantheism
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  • dominate Central Asia. In China, Spring and Autumn Period sees the rise of Confucianism. Towards the close of the millennium, the Han Dynasty extends Chinese
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  • schools which in many ways are like religions, Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. In the west the study of philosophy has always been bound up with the
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  • The bureaucracy collapsed and a “foreign” religion—Buddhism— replaced Confucianism as the primary force in cultural life. Decline was evident in most aspects
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  • precepts. In comparison, Confucianism, widely practiced in Chinese history, is more tolerate towards euthanasia. Confucianism is more humanistic and non-theistic
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  • the population identify themselves as belonging to a religion. Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism from China have also influenced Japanese beliefs and customs
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  • and the development of gentry Buddhism was sought as an alternative to Confucianism and Daoism, since Buddhism's emphasis on morality and ritual appealed
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  • the Axial Age, between 800 and 200 BC, Buddhism, Taoism, Shinto, and Confucianism were founded along with Greek philosophy and the rise of the major prophets
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  • emperor in 202 BCE. It was the first dynasty to embrace the philosophy of Confucianism, which became the ideological underpinning of all regimes until the end
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  • in India, the native religion of Taoism and the native philosophy of Confucianism adapted and gradually began to squeeze Buddhism into a more subordinate
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