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  • Ch‘ung, translated by Herbert Allen Giles Confucianism 1523790Gems of Chinese Literature — ConfucianismWang Ch‘ungHerbert Allen Giles1922 THE Confucianists
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  • Chamberlain (1850-1935) Confucianism 1477108Things Japanese — ConfucianismBasil Hall Chamberlain (1850-1935)1905 Confucianism. To describe in detail
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  • Legge The Sacred Books of China, vol. 1 of 6. Part I of The Texts of Confucianism. The Shû king. The religions portions of the Shih king. The Hsiâo king
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  • portals: Confucianism. The Five Classics (traditional Chinese: 五經; pinyin: Wǔjīng) is a corpus of five ancient Chinese books used by Confucianism as the
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  • and William Allan Neilson Confucianism. By Alfred Dwight Sheffield 782610The Harvard Classics Vol. 51 — Confucianism. By Alfred Dwight SheffieldCharles
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  • ChinaHerbert Allen Giles1906 Chapter I — The Ancient Faith Chapter II — Confucianism Chapter III — Taoism Chapter IV — Materialism Chapter V — Buddhism And
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  • related portals: Confucianism. sister projects: Wikipedia article, Data item.
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  • Children Christianity in Japan Clans Classes of Society Climate Cloisonné Confucianism Conventions Cormorant-fishing Cremation Currency Cycle Daimyō Dances
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  • (1906) The Civilization of China (1911) China and the Manchus (1912) Confucianism and Its Rivals (1915) (External scan) “China,” in Encyclopædia Britannica
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  • Chinese religion are wont to distinguish clearly three great systems — Confucianism. Buddhism, and Taoism — and it is the practice to treat of these as if
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  • related portals: Confucianism. sister projects: Wikipedia article, Data item. Source: sacred-texts.com
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  • Volume 4 Confucianism by Charles Francis Aiken 97696Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 4 ConfucianismCharles Francis Aiken By Confucianism is meant
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  • religions, with an account of the religious beliefs of uncivilised peoples, Confucianism, Taoism (China), and Shintoism (Japan) (1891) at Internet Archive Mohammedanism
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  • comparative religion (1892) (External scan) The Religions of China: Confucianism and Tâoism described and compared with Christianity (1880) (External
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  • Confession Confessor Confirmation Confiteor Confraternity (Sodality) Confucianism Congo Independent State and Congo Missions Congregatio de Auxiliis Congregationalism
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  • related portals: Confucianism. sister projects: Wikipedia article, Data item. Book of Documents, or Classic of History, is one of the Five Classics of
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  • China—The Texts of Confucianism 194947Sacred Books of the East — Volume 3: The Sacred Books of China—The Texts of ConfucianismJames Legge1879 THE
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  • Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Sanskrit in Harvard University. 446 III. Confucianism. By Alfred Dwight Sheffield, A. M., Instructor in Wellesley College.
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  • related portals: Confucianism. sister projects: Wikipedia article, Commons category, quotes, Data item. Meng Zi (孟子), latinised as Mencius, also known
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  • Life of Jenghiz Khan: Tr. from the Chinese. With an Introduction (1877) Confucianism and Taouism (1889) [2] Chinese stories (1893) [3] Li Hungchang (1895)
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