Confucius was a Chinese sage and philosopher who lived from 551 to 479 B.C. and was responsible for the official ideology, Confucianism, of early China. His theories became known as Confucianism, a system of social and p... More »

Confucius was a Chinese philosopher born in 551 BC who developed the philosophy that later acted as a basis for Chinese government, and he introduced ideas that people live by today. Confucius spent time in exile, convey... More »

The purpose of an authentic Confucian quote is to offer a small insight into how one should comport themselves in social or moral situations. These quotes are taken from the works of the Chinese philosopher Confucius, wh... More »

Confucius was a famous Chinese philosopher and writer whose work inspired the Chinese school of thought known as Confucianism. One of his most known quotes is, "Do not do to others what you do not want done to yourself."... More »

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Confucianism arose as the state ideology of China after Emperor Wudi of the Western Han Dynasty decided that China needed an ethical system of ruling. Confucianism is based on the golden rule: "What you do not wish for y... More »

Confucius changed China by spreading teachings that became the official state philosophy, which changed many aspects of Chinese culture, including school teachings, etiquette, attitudes and government. Confucius was born... More »

Confucius was a Chinese philosopher born in 551 BC who developed the philosophy that later acted as a basis for Chinese government, and he introduced ideas that people live by today. Confucius spent time in exile, convey... More »