Unscrambling of Life and Death of Confucius

Philosophy and Culture 35 (3):167-179 (2008)

Life and death. Confucius Yan language but not much; because reserves under "is known, how can we know death", prompting the public description of diverse generations, causing "born again to avoid the death" of the suspect. With this phenomenological approach, based on metaphysical philosophy from life and death, health and hygiene of death assume three levels of body odor of death, source of life and death in early to show its philosophy of latitude and longitude. Life and Death is most important, Confucius had the saying of "not-knowing life, not-knowing death" that was misunderstood to attach importance to life and avoid death. By dint of phenomenology, the text show the original contents of his philosophy as much as possible
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