Confucianism, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity and Chinese by Yijie Tang

By Yijie Tang

This booklet collects the 25 most vital articles written through Professor Tang because the Nineteen Eighties, dealing generally with problems with Confucianism, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity and chinese language tradition. In those articles, Professor Tang proves his price as a beneficial successor to the chinese language philosophical culture, whereas additionally open to the most recent developments of suggestion either at domestic and abroad.
The past due Professor Tang Yijie (1927-2014) used to be a popular professor at Peking collage and China’s most sensible student on philosophy and chinese language stories. He spearheaded the Confucian Canon venture, which seeks to assemble all identified classical works on Confucianism, related in scope and value to the total Library of the 4 Treasuries, the most important choice of books on chinese language historical past, which was once commissioned by way of the Qianlong Emperor within the 18th century. all through his existence, Professor Tang released ratings of books and multiple hundred articles, supplying enlightening insights into tips to take care of matters that experience traditionally stricken and proceed to bother humans in sleek society.
Among his a number of ideas, Professor Tang is principally remembered for introducing the concept that of “harmony in diversity”. within the context of “the conflict of civilizations” championed through Samuel P. Huntington, Tang argued for concord in range, preserving that this precept can provide a few clues to aid allow peoples, countries, and areas with various cultural traditions to increase jointly whereas last exact.

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Here, “the Dao” denotes “the Dao of man,” which means the law of interpersonal relationships or principles of social relations. It is connected with “the Dao of Heaven,” but different from “the Dao of Heaven,” which means the law of nature (or the external world beyond “man”). “Dao originates from affection,” meaning that interpersonal relationships are initially founded on affection. ” Where does the moral command “to love people” come from? Zhongyong quotes 24 2 The Contemporary Significance of Confucianism Confucius: “Benevolence is the character of man, and it is foremost to love family.

Confucians think that life and death, riches, and honor should not be the final life goal, and people should pursue moral perfection and knowledge. Confucius said: “I am uneasy that people do not cultivate their moral character, do not learn and teach knowledge, do not behave according to righteousness, and do not correct their mistakes although they know they are wrong” (Confucius 1980, Shuer). This tells us the reason for being a man. It is not easy to cultivate our moral character because we have great dreams and the willingness to improve the welfare of humankind.

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