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Confucianism

Social Studies project
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laura parker

on 29 January 2013

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Transcript of Confucianism

By: Laura Parker,
Alexa Gordon, and
Madisyn Milkey Confucianism Where
began in China
spread through Southeast Asia and East Asia There is no specific founder of Confucianism
Kung Fu Tze (Confucius)
Chinese philosopher and educator.
Lived between 551 and 479 BCE. Teachings Five virtues Holy Texts The Analects Five classics Four Books Who? How
Confucius spread the word before he died
Confucian scholars were later sponsored by the new Han dynasty
soon Confucianism became the official state philosophy
later Daoism and Buddhism attempted to replace Confucianism
Neo-Confucians improved and remodeled the ideas of Confucius and his disciples
Japan and Korea adopted Confucianism as their state philosophies
From this, Confucianism ideas spread and combined with other religions Fundamentals Five basic idea behaviors How and Where Confucianism Spread It began in China and spread through different parts of Asia, gaining popularity in Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. Where? CONFUCIANISM ERRUPTS
INTO THE WORLD Between 6th and 5th
century B.C. When? Was not intended to find a new religion, but to interpret and revive the unnamed religion of the Zhou dynasty, under which many people thought the ancient system of religious rule was bankrupt. How? often became monks or nuns
reincarnation
meditation
education
respect elders
yin yang Beliefs and Rituals
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