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Confucius terms and names

Master K'ung better known as Confucius, founder of Confucianism, China's first teacher. Died in 479 B.C.
Analects The collected sayings of Confucius, one of the Four Books of Confucianism.
Five Constant Relationships Self, Family, Nation, Heaven.
Mencius (390 to 305 B.C.) regarded as the second founder of Confucianism. attributed towards Book of Mencius.
Chun-tzu Chinese: means "gentleman". the mature person, an ideal human being with perfect moral character.
Jen means "goodness". The supreme human virtue, doing one's best to treat others as one would wish to be treated.
Lao Tzu "Old Master." Born in 604 B.C., said to be conceived by a shooting star. Wise man with flowing white hair. Worked as Governmen Archivist.
Chuang Tzu Taoism's second founder, seems to have lived from about 369 to 286 B.C., created Chuang tzu text.
Tao The way of nature, the ultimate source and principle of order in the universe
Yin the negative, passive, feminine, earthly component of the universe, characterized by light and strength.
Yang the positive, active, masculine, heavenly component of the universe, characterized by light and strength
Sage Someon that attains oneness with Tao through apprehension of its simplicity and natural unity.
Wu-Wei to be so perfectly in harmony with nature that nature's energy infuses and empowers one.



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