The Spirit and Values ​​of Confucian Culture

Philosophy and Culture 27 (9):852-861 (2000)

Confucianism is the backbone of Chinese culture, Confucian culture, the spirit of the most important moral idealism, universal harmony, self-discipline principles and inherent transcendence, values ​​of Confucian culture, "San Buxiu." Moral idealism refers to the moral perfection of the highest value of life, human nature, and political basis. Universal harmony, including harmony of nature itself, the harmony between man and nature, interpersonal harmony, the human body and mind harmony. Self-discipline is relying on inner strength to accomplish the will and moral behavior, beyond the means he can not survive beyond time and space, but some people can be detached in spirit. The value of the order of the Confucian virtue, merit, Liyan. Moral of the body, meritorious Liyan for the use
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