Mocius (Mo Zi, Mo Tzu, Mo Tze, Mo Tse, Mo Di), c. 470 BC – c. 390 BC. Early Chinese philosopher and founder of the Mohist school. Known for his teachings of utilitarianism and universal love.

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Mo Tzu
Article detailing many aspects of this early Chinese philosopher's doctrine.
Mo Zi and Universal Love
Article comparing and contrasting Mo Zi's teachings with those of the Confucian school.
Mozi (Chinese philosopher)
Biography from Encyclopedia Britannica
Mozi (Mo-tzu) [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
In-depth article on Mozi's life, thought, and reception. Includes an extensive bibliography
Mozi – Wikipedia
Biography with links to related topics such as Mohism.
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