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Eastern Philosophy Venn Diagram.pptx

Eastern Philosophy Venn Diagram.pptx - Comparison Eastern...

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Daoism Tao Te Ching , the Book of the Way and Virtue = instructions for virtue and self-cultivation, promotes non-action or non-interference with the natural order of things (Wu Wei). Tao = “the way,” path to enlightenment & longevity Qi or Chi – energy that flows through and constitutes everything Wu Wei – flowing or effortless action, purposeful acceptance of the Dao and living in harmony with it Nature – viewed as whole in which everything is connected; lessons about the Dao can be gained from its study Confucianism Government official should be well- educated, talented, benevolent, and live a virtuous life Promotes education and learning: “A person is worth of being a teacher if he is able to gain new insights from chewing over what he already knew” Stresses importance of hierarchical social order, social relationships, and filial piety (e.g., ruler / servant, master / student, father / son) “To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous”
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