Hoobler, Thomas

Book - 2004
This account of the historical development of Confucianism presents the basic tenets of Confucian thought, traces its evolution in response to the events of Chinese history, and examines its enduring relevance to the contemporary world. Resources, photographs, and illustrations round out this study.

Publisher: New York : Facts On File, c2004
Edition: Updated ed
ISBN: 0816057281
Branch Call Number: j 299.512 H776c 2004
Characteristics: 128 p. :,ill., map ;,25 cm
Additional Contributors: Hoobler, Dorothy


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Long dismissed as irrelevant by Communist China, Confucianism is experiencing a new resurgence in China and around the globe. So-called New Confucianists seek to find a unity between their religion and the modern world, rejecting any form of cultural isolationism.

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