An Argument among Hundred Schools of Thought: Focusing on the Question of Filial Piety among Mohism, Taoism, Legalism

Modern Philosophy 2:104-108 (2009)
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In the pre-Qin philosophers of discourse systems, Confucianism is the most Shigetaka the school. "Filial piety" as a child your parents ethical requirements, including "filial piety life" and "die" two aspects. This paper briefly reviews some of the Confucian view of filial piety, and by examining the ink channel, France on three "non-filial piety" made ​​of different road, and then with the Confucian mutatis mutandis to the concept, they found that the difference between ideological character. It can be said to pre-Qin philosophers, "filial piety" as the center of the debate throughout the domain to reflect their unique way of speaking to, for us to understand the proximate thinkers tone between the different arguments provide a useful perspective

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