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Confucius and Confucianism. Confucius lived in the latter part of the Spring and Autumn Period(770-479BC). Confucius was a philosopher, political thinker and educator of ancient China, whose influence is still felt across the world. 《 论语》 Analects of Confucius.
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Confucius and Confucianism Confucius lived in the last part of the Spring and Autumn Period(770-479BC). Confucius was a savant, political scholar and teacher of old China, whose impact is still felt over the world.

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《 论语》 Analects of Confucius Lun Yu, or the Analects of Confucius , records the words and deeds of Confucius and in addition those of his supporters. The book was assembled by the supporters of Confucius after their Master\'s demise. It covers a wide assortment of subjects, running from legislative issues, theory, writing and craftsmanship to instruction and good development . It is fundamental material for the investigation of the Master\'s idea. In a conversational style , the book, rich in substance yet pithy and clear in dialect, is significant and justifiable.

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Analects of Confucius 子曰:"学而时习之,不亦说乎?有朋自远方来,不亦乐乎?人不知,而不愠,不亦君子乎?" Confucius said, "Is it not a joy after all to rehearse in due time what one has learnt? Is it not an enjoyment after all to have companions originated from a remote place? Is it not a noble man after all who won\'t disapprove when others neglect to welcome him?"

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子曰: " 吾十有五而志于学,三十而立,四十而不惑,五十而知天命,六十而耳顺,七十而从心所欲,不逾矩。 " Confucius said, "Since the age of 15, I have dedicated myself to learning; Since 30, I have been settled; Since 40, I have comprehended numerous things and have never again been confounded; since 50, I have known my paradise sent obligation; since 60, I have possessed the capacity to recognize good and bad in other individuals\' words; and since 70, I have possessed the capacity to do what I plan unreservedly without breaking the standards."

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Analects of Confucius 子曰: " 学而不思,则罔;思而不学,则殆。 " Confucius said, "It tosses one into bewilderment to peruse without supposing though it places one in danger to think without perusing." 子曰: " 人而不仁,如礼何?人而不仁,如乐何? " Confucius said, "What can a man do about the rituals on the off chance that he is not kindhearted? What would he be able to do about music on the off chance that he is not considerate?"

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子贡曰: " 如有博施于民而能济众,何如?可谓仁乎? " 子曰: " 夫仁者,己欲立而立人;己欲达而达人。 " Zi Gong solicited, "What do you think from one who can bring abundant advantages and a superior life to every one of the general population? Is it accurate to say that he is big-hearted? Confucius replied, "A kindhearted man is one who helps other people set up what he himself wishes to accomplish. To be equipped for regarding others as one would be dealt with oneself is the most ideal approach to be considerate."

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Analects of Confucius 子曰: " 志于道,据于德,依于仁,游于艺。 " Confucius said, "Adhere to the route to your objective, construct yourself in light of ethicalness, incline upon generosity, and take your entertainment in the six expressions( that is, music, the customs, arrow based weaponry, carriage driving, great books and math)." 子曰: " 不愤不启,不悱不发,举一隅不以三隅反,则不复也。 " Confucius said, " I won\'t teach my understudies until they have truly made a decent attempt yet neglected to get it. In the event that I give them one occasion and they can\'t draw derivations from it, I won\'t show them any more."

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Analects of Confucius 孔子曰: " 君子有九思:视思明,听思聪,色思温,貌思恭,言思忠,事思敬,疑思问,忿思难,见得思义。 " Confucius said, " A man of honor focuses on the accompanying nine things: seeing unmistakably when he utilizes his eyes; listening to intensely when he utilizes his ears; looking gentle with regards to outward appearance; seeming steady with regards to mien; being genuine when he talks; being honest with regards to his office duty; looking for counsel when he is despite trouble; anticipating the results when he gets irate; asking himself whether it is correct when he needs to pick up something."

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What is "Ren"? Confucius\' supporters asked him on different events, "What is \'ren\'?" He answered, " It is to love all men ." One part of this was: "Your main event not need done to yourself, don\'t do to others." Another was: "A man of impeccable righteousness, wishing to be set up himself, looks for additionally to set up others; wishing to be extended himself, he looks for likewise to amplify others." The mix of these two perspectives is viewed as the embodiment of "Ren", or called " the tenet of unwaveringness and patience ."

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Contributions of Confucius As the organizer of Confucianism, he contributed enormously to the improvement and achievement of customary Chinese culture. (1)He assembled 6 books , which are known as the Six Classics, including The Book of Songs《 诗》, Collection of Ancient Texts《 书》, The rites《 礼》, The Music《 乐》, The Book of Changes《 易》, and The Spring and Autumn Annals《 春秋》. ( 2)He set up generosity( 仁) and ceremonies as the center of his hypothesis . Kindheartedness is a moral framework and also an ethical domain, the center of which is the support of affection for people.

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Thoughts of Confucius But, this adoration for people is isolated into numerous levels-a highlight of a patriarchal social framework. Customs allude to the behavior framework , the center of which is social strata. Since kindheartedness alludes to good and customs to governmental issues, Confucian conventions are musings of political morals, which remain for an approach of altruism and resistance of overbearing guideline. (3)Confucius set up tuition based schools , pushing his learning techniques, that is, the blend of learning and considering, looking into and educating.

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Up to now, the majority of his considerations have their qualities. He keeps up the possibility that everybody has the privilege to be instructed , and that training ought to be offered to all classes. While spreading the soul of being voracious in learning and energetic in instructing, he takes a stab at instructing understudies as per their bent by embracing an elicitation technique for educating. 儒家思想已无孔不入地渗透在中国人民的观念、行为、习俗、信仰、情感之中,形成了中华民族某种共同的心理状态和性格特征。深入地了解孔子的思想及学说,对学习和了解中国文化是很有帮助的。(现实意义)

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Lao Zi Lao Zi , author of Taoism, was an extraordinary scholar in the last years of the Spring and Autumn Period. He was named as an official antiquarian in the Zhou Dynasty; later he resigned from open life. Lao Zi proposes the considered Tao, which implies the development and law of the universe . This thinking is reflected in his book Lao Zi(or Moral Doctrines ). The fundamental way of Tao is to give things a chance to take their own particular course normally. He set forward to a method of turn around considering, in this way making Taoism and Confucianism exist at the same time and correlatively and develop into the two fundamental schools of China\'s conventional contemplations.

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Seeking Harmony and Maintaining Balance, Peace and Contentment as far as world standpoint, China\'s customary society, in light of the human progress of agribusiness, pushed the hypothesis that "man is a fundamental piece of nature" and the idea of " the brilliant mean ." As the early farming creation relied on upon the gifts of nature, it was an essential necessity for the social economy to follow common laws; henceforth the development of the hypothesis that " man is a necessary piece of nature ," which stressed the agreement and the indistinguishable relationship amongst man and nature.

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Seeking Harmony and Maintaining Balance, Peace and Contentment Both the two ideological frameworks of Confucianism and Taoism kept up similar hypothesis. It peruses in Lao Zi that "man ought to adjust to nature." The hypothesis that "man is a necessary piece of nature" suggests the sublimation of good quality. At the point when Confucianism alludes to it, it implies the lecture of identity, while in Taoism it implies the naturalization of identity. The previous discusses moral development, while the last mentioned, about coming back to nature.

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Seeking Harmony and Maintaining Balance, Peace and Contentment The hypothesis was adjusted to empower individuals not just to fit the relationship amongst man and nature, additionally to fit the interpersonal relationship, and physical and emotional wellness. Confucius was supportive of "the brilliant signify" focusing on the solidarity of contrary energies. The alleged "solidarity" alludes to the endeavor at harmony between the two inverse sides. Consequently, there is a well known saying of " holding the two finishes however utilizing the center part ." The brilliant mean, by looking for adjust, goes for security.

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Seeking Harmony and Maintaining Balance, Peace and Contentment Striving for soundness was one of the Chinese individuals\' significant attributes. They favored a settled way of life to a regularly evolving one. They were happy with what they got from the land. They were not inspired by the outside world, had little interest for experiences and had little craving for extension. The Great Wall, which was expected as a protective structure and not as a weapon for development, is a decent illustration demonstrating the Chinese individuals\' affection for peace. They took cultivating, perusing and raising their youngsters as the staples of their life.

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Seeking Harmony and Maintaining Balance, Peace and Contentment The concordant and stable life set up the Chinese individuals\' character of being substance with what they were and what they had. They were slanted to be happy with a straightforward and serene existence with little forcefulness. They had a quiet and s

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