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Confucianism, Daoism, and Leagalism in China
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[Your full name] [Instructor’s full name] [Course name and code] October 25, 2011 Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism in China Before going to discuss how the philosophies of Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism help in the development of a peaceful society, let us get a better understanding of what these philosophies actually are.
Daoism is another ancient religion of China, which promotes the concepts of peace and harmony. If we talk about Legalism, we can say that it is a philosophy, which promotes the value of law in a society. Moral values are the cornerstone of the philosophy of Confucianism. The believers of Confucianism give great importance to the moral values and never do anything, which may go against their moral values. “Confucianism is mainly concerned with moral values, which form the cornerstone of its philosophy” (Islam Contemporary Perspective). Confucianism gives rise to such a society where everyone gives preference to moral and ethics, and tries to promote a real peaceful society where there is harmony and tranquility between the individuals. Believers of Confucianism take care of their friends and never produce harm to any person. They love each other and take care of each other’s rights. Unlike Legalists, believers of Confucianism view history and poetry as educational resources, which they study to get awareness of their history, society, and traditions. Another difference between Confucianism and Legalism is related to the preference of family. For Legalists, preference to family comes second to laws whereas in Confucianism, family is the top priority for a person and he/she takes every step for the protection of his/her family. ...
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