Confucianism

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Confucianism

  1. A philosophy from China, based on the teachings of Confucius about loyalty, duty, and family. Confucianism is usually called a religion, but not everyone agrees about that.
    Influenced by Confucianism, Chinese people commonly possess respect for social norms and make efforts to create harmony.[1]


Major religions of the world (edit)

Atheism - Buddhism - Christianity - Confucianism - Druidry - Eckankar - Hinduism - Islam - Jainism -
Judaism - Paganism - Shamanism - Sikhism - Taoism - Unitarian Universalism - Wicca - Zoroastrianism -


    • Date 2006 (Dec) Publication information Dec2006, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p870-884, 15p Title IDENTITY NEGOTIATION AMONG FEMALE CHINESE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN SECOND-LANGUAGE HIGHER EDUCATION. Author Min-Hua Hsieh1 Source College Student Journal