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.
Arts: Literature: World Literature: Chinese: Classic
Regional: Asia: China: Society and Culture: History: Personalities
Society: Philosophy: Eastern Philosophy: Confucianism
Society: Philosophy: Ethics
Copyright © 1998-2014 AOL Inc.
Last update: Tuesday, January 2, 2007 4:49:20 PM EST -