Confucius, or Kung Fu-tzu, 551 BC - 471 BC. The most influential of all the classical Chinese philosophers. Known for his espousal of traditional virtues such as goodness, piety, loyalty, bravery, duty and consideration.
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Articles and links about Confucius and his works.
The life and work of the Chinese philosopher and educatory; by Jeffrey Riegel.
Confucius and Confucianism
Articles and online resources on Kong Fu Zi and the history of Confucianism.
An analysis of the moral philosophy of K'ung-fu-tzu or Kongfuzi.
An introduction to Confucius, his philosophy and the tradition of Confucianism in China and East Asia, both for beginners and experts.
Confucius (５５1B.C.—４７９B.C.), was a great thinker and great educator in China’s history. His thoughts and ideas have influenced the whole history of China and Chinese people. Today, his thoughts and ideas were well known in China and abroad.
Quotes by Confucius
Some military related quotations by Confucius
What Confucius Thought
A brief summary of the basic concepts behind one of the world's oldest philosophies, Chinese Confucianism.
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