Contributions Of Mo Zi

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Mo Zi was also well known for his ideas of ren or jen; which means humanness and yi-the Righteousness . Based on his beliefs on ethical heaven (moral) and realistic attitude to life is again grounded in a different attitude of human nature .In most of his thinking, he resembled but also differed very much from Confucius, which means Kong Fu Zi. The Chinese writing and the suffix Zi as we also observe in Mo Zi,(Tzu) is an extended and honorable way of addressing him.
Mo Zi was also well known for his ideas of ren or jen; which means humanness and yi-the Righteousness. Based on his beliefs on ethical heaven (moral) and realistic attitude to life is again grounded in a different attitude of human nature. However, there are two aspects of Mo Zi namely, Universal love and No-War (Peace) that survived up to our century and discussed in Confucian-dominated China. Mo Zi cared for the material wellbeing of his society. He focused that material well-being policy not targeting money as an end abandoning even policies that contribute towards rituals, extravagant entertainments, and music .
In 300 B.C.E. est. – Chinese sage Mencius wrote on the
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Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Millare the opposing philosophers Immanuel Kant’s work was based on the Grounding for Metaphysics of Morals(1781) and John Stuart Mill based his views on utilitarianism. This chapter is going to elaborate on their impact of their philosophy and the foundations laid by John Locke, and Jean Jacques Rousseau for humanity at large.
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