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Zhu Xi

Zhu Xi (1130-1200) was a Song Dynasty (960-1279) Confucian scholar who became one of the most significant Neo-Confucians in China. He taught at the famous White Deer Grotto Academy for some time. During the Song Dynasty, Zhu Xi’s teachings were considered to the orthodoxy. Zhu Xi and his fellow scholars added two additional Chinese classic [...]

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Xun Zi and His Thought

Xun Zi (313-238 BC), whose given name was Kuang and courtesy name Qing, was born in the State of Zhao and was a key figure in the Confucius school. When studying in the State of Qi, he became one of the celebrated scholars at the Jixia Academy. In his later years, he dedicated himself to [...]

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