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Confucianism Confucianism is a system of thought based on the teachings of a Chinese man named Kung Fuzi Which is latinaized as Confucius he lived from 551 to 479 bce Confucius claimed that he was not original and neither were his teachings but believed himself to be a creative transmitter of wisdom from the past He created a moral code on based on ethics humanity and love Confucius philosophies emphasize the ideals of order and harmony with the idea that people should live in harmony both with each other and with nature To achieve this Confucius created a system of human relationships and good government Government to Confucius was the highest profession He believed that if one had a good government everyone would be happy In addition Confucius esteemed education in high regards believing that through it one could reach the high standard of a gentleman For a religion Confucianism is very different from any other due to the fact that the Chinese see religion as a form of education The purpose of Confucianism was mainly to instill moral values in a person There is no organized church or structure no priests no sects and no creed for any follow There is no worshipping or personal relationship with god but did recognize heaven as a force of human concern Confucius did believe that men should direct their own destiny Confucius taught that harmony begins in the family which was a minuet of society In which the man of the house was like the emperor or Priest Confucius believed in a male dominated society were only males could lead the government service Confucius believed in ancestor devotion The Ancestors names are usually kept in shrines The duty of the father was to make sacrifices and to report any family concerns to these shrines
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