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chapter 8

Who is Confucius? Educator and political advisor
Confucian Ideas Fundamentally moral and ethical in character Thoroughly practical: how to restore political and social order formed junzi--"superior individuals" Edited and compiled the Zhou classics
Ren a sense of humanity, kindness, benevolence
Li a sense of propriety, courtesy, respect, deference to elders
Xiao filial piety, familial obligation
Who is Mencius? spokesman for the Confucian school
Mencius Ideas Believed in the goodness of human nature (ren) and advocated government by benevolence and humanity
Who is Xunzi? had a less positive view of human nature
Xunsi beliefs Believed that humans selfishly pursue own interests and Preferred harsh social discipline, Advocated moral education and good public behavior
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