This book presents a concise, balanced overview of China's oldest
and most revered philosophy. In clear, straightforward language,
Paul R. Goldin explores how Confucianism was conceived and molded
by its earliest masters, discusses its main tenets, and considers
its history and relevance for the modern world. Goldin guides
readers through the philosophies of the three major classical
Confucians - Confucius, Mencius, and Xunzi - as well as two short
anonymous treatises, the "Great Learning" and the "Classic of
Filial Piety." He also discusses some of the main Neo-Confucian
philosophers and outlines transformations Confucianism has
undergone in the past century.
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