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نظرة الكونفوشيوسية إلى الكون والإنسان

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کتابیات
مجلہ البصیرۃ
عنوان نظرة الكونفوشيوسية إلى الكون والإنسان
انگریزی عنوان
Confucian Ideology Regarding Universe & the Human Being
مصنف مجید، اسماعیل
جلد 4
شمارہ 1
سال 2015
صفحات 121-143
مکمل مقالہ Crystal Clear mimetype pdf.png
یو آر آیل
کلیدی الفاظ
Confucius; Confucianism; The Ideology of the Universe and Humanity; The Islamic Ideology; Morals
شکاگو 16 مجید، اسماعیل۔ "نظرة الكونفوشيوسية إلى الكون والإنسان۔" البصیرۃ 4, شمارہ۔ 1 (2015)۔

Abstract

Confucius was born on September 28, 551BC. He was a teacher, writer, politician, philosopher and ideologue of the ancient China. The philosophy of Confucius emphasizes personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. He championed strong family loyalty and ancestor worship. He also recommended family as a basis for an ideal government. His thoughts received official sanction and were further developed into a system known as Confucianism. Confucius' principles found the basis of the common Chinese traditions, beliefs and culture. Confucianism is often followed in a religious manner by the Chinese, but the arguments continue over whether it is a religion or not. The opponents argue that its values are secular, therefore, it is not a religion, while its supporters argue that despite the secular nature of Confucianism, it is based on a worldview that is religious, and, thus, can rightly be called a religion. Confucianism discusses elements of the afterlife and views concerning Heaven, but it is relatively unconcerned with some transcendental matters, often considered essential to a religious thought. This article provides an outlook of the Confucianism regarding the universe and the humanity and its comparison with the Islamic viewpoint of the same.

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