• (adj): Relating to or characteristic of Confucianism.
    Example: "Confucian ethics"
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Confucianists - Criticism - Women in Confucian Thought
... Confucians taught that a virtuous woman was supposed to uphold 'three subordinations' be subordinate to her father before marriage, to her husband after marriage, and to her son after her husband died ... During the Han dynasty period, the important Confucian text Lessons for Women (Nüjie), was written by Ban Zhao (45-114 CE) by a woman, for women ... instructing them on how to live proper Confucian lives as wives and mothers ...
Confucian Art
... Confucian art is art inspired by the writings of Confucius, and Confucian teachings ... Confucian art originated in China, then spread westwards on the Silk road, southward down to southern China and then onto Southeast Asia, and eastwards ... Confucian influence on western art has been limited ...
Taiwan Confucian Temple
... The Taiwan Confucian Temple (Chinese 台灣孔廟 also called Tainan Confucian Temple, 台南孔廟 or 台南孔子廟 or Quan Tai Shou Xue, 全台首學) is a ...
Sadaejuui - Overview
... having to do with both realpolitik and an idealized Confucian worldview in which China is perceived as the center of a Confucian moral universe ... is known for having argued that the sadaejuui inherent in Confucian historiography served to devalue the ethnic origins of the Korean people and state to subjugate Korean history within a Confucian ...
Chung-ying Cheng
... in the areas of Chinese logic, the I Ching and the origins of Chinese philosophy, Confucian and Neo-Confucian Philosophy, the onto-hermeneutics of Eastern and Western philosophy ... Recently he has specifically worked on the philosophy of c-management and Confucian Bio-Ethics as they relate to the Chinese tradition, and on how Chinese culture relates to world culture ...

More definitions of "Confucian":

  • (noun): A believer in the teachings of Confucius.

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