Week 7_Eastern Religious Philosophers Quotations_CheckPoint

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Eastern Religious Philosophers Quotations CheckPoint Lao Tzu (c. 6 th Century B.C.E.) Lao Tzu was a Eastern Religious Philosophers that was thought to had been born in the early sixth century B.C.E.; however, there is little information about him due to the fact that he spent majority of his life trying to remain anonymous. During his time he had taken to Taoism and felt that the Tao or Way was a valuable principle over all others, and that included humanity. Lao Tzu thought that individuals could enhance their lives by learning about and taking notice to nature, in which his thoughts was that the laws of nature adhered to growth and development of awareness which was used to shape an individual’s strength. With this it would allow a person to live their life with and not Confucius (1551- 479 B.C.E.) Confucius was the founder of Confucianism in which focuses on humanity. In China today this form of philosophy is the most dominant.
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course PSY 201 201 taught by Professor Peters during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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