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Title:
Confucius : and the world he created
Author:
Schuman, Michael.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : Basic Books, 2015.
Physical Description:
xxv, 285 pages ; 25 cm
Summary:
Schuman, a Hong Kong-based correspondent for Time, traces the lasting influence of Confucianism in China, despite enormous political and social changes in Chinese society. This biography of the important Chinese philosopher describes how his teachings helped shape history, promoted the region's devotion to learning, and still influences the lives of over a billion people.
Language:
English
Contents:
How Confucius changed the world -- Confucius becomes Confucius -- Confucius the man -- Confucius the sage -- Confucius the king -- Confucius the oppressor -- Confucius at home, but not at ease -- Confucius the father -- Confucius the teacher -- Confucius the chauvinist -- The comeback of Confucius -- Confucius the businessman -- Confucius the politician -- Confucius the Communist -- Seeking the real Confucius.
ISBN:
9780465025510

9780465040575
Format :
Book