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Define the Confucian terms: ren, yi, li, zhi, and xin. Choose one of these principles and examine how it contributes to social harmony.Hi Professor and class, The aim of Confucian was to produce excellent individuals in the society. He believed that this would have through social interactions from people and animals. He held the belief that everyoneis capable of being good (Week 4 Lesson). According to him, individuals can stay in good statureand be great. He held the belief that individuals would become full through their contributions aswell as fulfillment of their obligations to other people such as government ministers, parents, uncles, teachers, and friends. The sayings of Confucian, one of the most critical concept is that ofren. It is often translated to mean love. It teaches people to be caring and generous. Yi relates to righteousness. Liis the concept of being polite or respectful. Zhigives an explanation of a wise individual who understands daily life. Xinrefers to trust, belief, and innocence (Baumann & Winzar, 2017). Generally, the five Confucian’s concepts provide the basic moral standards that human beings

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