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Philosophy 312: Oriental Philosophy
Quiz: The Central Concepts of Confuciansim

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1. Jen
moral wisdom: knowledge of the principles of right and wrong.
reverence, especially filial piety; reverence for parents.
the moral disposition to do the right thing; the moral sense.
general principles of social order; the five relationships.
that which makes us most human; human-heartedness; benevolence.
a superior person in the most genuine sense; an authentic person.
the power of moral example; power by which people are ruled.

2. Li
moral wisdom: knowledge of the principles of right and wrong.
reverence, especially filial piety; reverence for parents.
the moral disposition to do the right thing; the moral sense
general principles of social order; the five relationships.
that which makes us most human; human-heartedness; benevolence.
a superior person in the most genuine sense; an authentic person.
the power of moral example; power by which people are ruled.

3. Yi
moral wisdom: knowledge of the principles of right and wrong.
reverence, especially filial piety; reverence for parents.
the moral disposition to do the right thing; the moral sense
general principles of social order; the five relationships.
that which makes us most human; human-heartedness; benevolence.
a superior person in the most genuine sense; an authentic person.
the power of moral example; power by which people are ruled.

4. Hsiao
moral wisdom: knowledge of the principles of right and wrong.
reverence, especially filial piety; reverence for parents.
the moral disposition to do the right thing; the moral sense
general principles of social order; the five relationships.
that which makes us most human; human-heartedness; benevolence.
a superior person in the most genuine sense; an authentic person.
the power of moral example; power by which people are ruled.

5. Chih
moral wisdom: knowledge of the principles of right and wrong.
reverence, especially filial piety; reverence for parents.
the moral disposition to do the right thing; the moral sense
general principles of social order; the five relationships.
that which makes us most human; human-heartedness; benevolence.
a superior person in the most genuine sense; an authentic person.
the power of moral example; power by which people are ruled.

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