Confucius

Confucius: Philosophy Summary

Confucius: Philosophy Summary

Confucius and Confucianism is barely the most popular philosophy across the world. Born in China, the Confucianism spreads all over the continents but it is above all perverted by Buddhism for rich people, easy teachers who considered Confucianism as a profitable business. Let’s back to the roots of the philosophy of Confucius. Biography of Confucius Confucius (in chinese K’ung Fu Tzu) was born in circa -555, in the province of Shantung in a noble but poor family. We are at the end of the period of hegemony (lords) and the dawn of the Warring States period (500-221) which ends with the founding of the Empire. This feudal times, politically troubled, has a great intellectual ferment. The Princes Schools maintain morality and politics, led by teachers who have a customer’s personal disciples who can be counted by hundreds. His works have been deliberately destroyed in 213 and 206, the texts that have...

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