The Impacts Of Confucianism As Ancient Religion Of Chinise On Cultural Life

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Principal Dr Muhammad Umar Riaz Abbasi , Dr Asma Iqbal Qazi , Dr Sohail Akhtar , Ramiza Qamar , Dr Talib Ali awan , Hina Zia


This study focuses on the ancient Chinese reformer Confucius and his socio-political contributions, as well as the political implications on society. As a religion's founder and Prophet, there are many varied perspectives on Confucius' personality. While some researchers regarded him as a social reformer, philosopher, or educator. In tee Chinese culture, his teachings and ideas evolved. He attempted to educate the public on moral ideals such as social justice, civility, equality, and respect for seniors. He did not place a high value on religion because he saw it as a tool for self-purification. During the 5th century B.C., he was widely regarded as the creator of a new religion in China. Confucianism, however, was on the decline after many ups and downs. How it became meaningless in Chinese society with the fall of Communism and Islam. The paper investigates and highlights a brief analysis of Confucius and Confucianism's socio-religious and political influence after the revolutions in Europe and Islam. 

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