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Han Confucianism (2) - by Andrew R. Offers a critical survey of one of the most important chapters in the traditional Chinese philosophy of Law. The chapter, “Moral Self Cultivation,” in the Han Confucianism (2) by Andrew R. By Philip J. Ivanhoe. eBook. 3 1. Introduction to the Confucian Tradition. On pages 21-23 he clarifies the relation between theory and practice in Confucianism. He concludes that practice can more fully manifest the ethical. Confucian Moral Self Cultivation By Philip J. Ivanhoe Category: Philosophy Books Sale. New. Shoeburyness, Guildford, Surrey, UK. After his self-cultivation, the statesman in the East was regarded as being morally superior to his counterparts in the West. Chinese Thought at the Turn of the Millennium - by III. Confucian Moral Self Cultivation. 1. Introduction to the Confucian Tradition. This chapter opens with a concise history of early Chinese thought. It then traces the history of Confucianism and surveys two important schools of thought within Confucianism, the Mohist and the Legalist. The final section of this chapter provides a link between Confucianism and the history of Chinese thought. A number of problems and criticisms of traditional interpretations of Confucianism are addressed. Confucian Confucianism became increasingly influential in the third century B.C. during the Han period. by R Van Gulick Confucianism is often thought to have been a metaphysical philosophy of the moral virtues. On the whole, this interpretation is supported by Western philosophy. In particular, Aristotle believed that Confucian thought was a doctrine of moral virtue. This, in turn, was the basis of his interpretation of Confucianism. He believed that what Confucius said in the Analects regarding the teachings of the Sage (Confucius) was about the virtues (and their opposites). In his Doctrine of the Mean, Aristotle argued that the Confucian Sage (or Sagehood) was the highest level of moral excellence. Thus, he believed that by developing the virtues, one could achieve Sagehood. On this interpretation, Confucianism is the highest level of moral excellence. Page 2

 

 

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