Gen ed exam 2 B

Gen ed exam 2 B - Willie Cramer September 11, 2007 GenEd...

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Willie Cramer September 11, 2007 GenEd 110 Exam # 1 Ethics in Hinduism and Confucianism Confucius was a man who shaped the teachings and life style of the Chinese culture forever. With his peaceful and simple approach to how to live your daily life and interact with your fellow man. “Do not do to others what you would not like them to do to you.” (The Golden Rule) is one of the three basic concepts found in Confucianism. This mantra has been a way of life for thousands of years all around the world and is still prevalent in modern times. Hinduism from the sub-continent of India has four concepts of being as well. But being founded on the belief of reincarnation, past life is theoretically what affects where you are placed in society. The three of Confucianism calls to me more then idea of reincarnation in the Hindu belief; I don’t believe that your previous life has anything with where you are today. In Confucianism there is Li, Jen, and Chun-Tzu. These three principles are the
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