Society: Philosophy: Eastern_Philosophy: Confucianism
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Australian Confucius Mencius Morality Society
Devoted to Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and spiritualism in general.
Catholic Encyclopedia: Confucianism
An article by Charles F. Aiken from this 1912 reference work. Reviews the key teachings and history of Confucianism, and its relation to Christianity.
Center for Dao-Confucianism
Answers to various questions about Confucian doctrine and its role in the world today.
Class Notes: Confucian Asia
Study questions and presentations from an introductory course on East Asian thought.
Confucian Business Ethics and the Nature of Business Decisions
Essay by Jonathan Chan which seeks to show how a Confucian business ethic is possible, despite the Confucian prohibition on profit-seeking.
The 13 Confucian Classics
Short notes on each of these works from the Confucian canon.
Article on the historical application of Confucian doctrines to the imperial Chinese educational system.
The Confucian Filial Obligation and Care for Aged Parents
Paper by James Wang delivered at the 20th World Congress of Philosophy. Sets in opposition the Confucian and Western contractarian understandings of family relations.
Pictures from antiquity and the present day relating to the Confucian tradition.
Confucian Teachings Stand Test of Time
A year 2000 article from China.org.cn. Describes the contemporary popularity of Confucian studies in China.
An brief overview of the confucianism history, belief and ethics.
An illustrated article reviewing the basic Confucian teachings and the history of Confucianism.
Articles on the various historical manifestations of this philosophical tradition. Part of the PHILTAR Overview of World Religions.
Notes by J. Dominguez on the basic attibutes of this philosophy.
A basic outline of the Confucian tradition, its principles and schools, from Religioustolerance.org.
The ideal of conduct, ordering all human relationships and resulting in an ideal social structure and harmony - a famous maxim is: "Never do to others, what you would not like them to do to you."
Confucianism: An Introduction
A brief historical overview of Confucianism and description of basic Confucian beliefs, by Meredith Sprunger. From the Urantia Book Fellowship.
Confucianism and Confucius
Commentary, and online texts and resources for the study of this school of thought.
Confucianism and Ecology: Potential and Limits
Article by Mary Evelyn Tucker. Notes positive and negative aspects of Confucian doctrine with regard to environmental ethics.
Confucianism and its Relevance to the Filipino Family
Article by R. Rafael L. Dolor. Argues that Confucian virtues are consonant with Filipino family values.
Confucianism as a Way of Chinese Life
Article on Confucian teachings and their historical impact on Chinese society and culture.
Confucius and Confucianism
Articles and online resources on confucius and the history of Confucianism.
Confucius and the Scholars
Article published in The Atlantic in 1999. Considers the modern revival of Confucianism in the light of recent scholarship which questions Confucianism's historical origins and the appropriateness of "Confucianism" as a general term.
The Cult of Confucius
Article by Thomas A. Wilson, detailing the historical process by which Confucius and his followers came to be venerated across China.
Ethics of Confucius, Mencius and Xun-zi
Chapter from a book by Sanderson Beck. Discusses the life story and teachings of each of these classical Chinese thinkers.
The First Neo-Confucianism
An introduction to the early syncretic strain in Confucian thought, as exemplified by Yang Hsiung's "Canon Of Supreme Mystery."
Home of Confucian Studies
Includes scholarly writing, articles, a who's who directory, and news updates. Information for the student or scholar.
Man in Confucian Society
Essay on this topic, from the perspective of the Vietnamese experience.
Review by Peter Barry of the book of this title, by Umberto Bresciani. Summarizes Bresciani's treatment of the modern revival of Confucianism.
Sacred Texts - Confucian Documents
Online texts of the key works of the Confucian philosophical tradition, including the Confucian canon and four of the Five Classics.
The Song Confucians' View of History
Outlines the role of historical inquiry in the Confucian thought of the Chinese Song dynasty.
Article from this openly-edited encyclopedia.
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