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Mohism - Wikipedia
Mohism promotes a philosophy of impartial caring; that is, a person should care equally for all other individuals, regardless of their actual relationship to him or her. The expression of this indiscriminate caring is what makes man a righteous being in Mohist thought.
Mohism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Mohism was an influential philosophical, social, and religious movement that flourished during the Warring States era (479–221 BCE) in ancient China.
Mohism | Chinese philosophy | Britannica.com
Mohism: Mohism, school of Chinese philosophy founded by Mozi (q.v.) in the 5th century bce. This philosophy challenged the dominant Confucian ideology until about the 3rd century bce. Mozi taught the necessity for individual piety and submission to the will of heaven, or Shangdi (the Lord on High), and
Mohism - New World Encyclopedia
Mohism presented a challenge to the dominant Confucian thought, emphasizing the necessity for individual piety and submission to the will of "heaven," or "Shang-ti" (the "Lord on High"), and deploring the elaborate Confucian funeral rites and ceremonies as a waste of government funds which could be better spent on the welfare of the people.
Mohism: Definition & Quotes | Study.com
Mohism was a type of Chinese philosophy that was founded in the 5th century BCE by a man called Mo Di, or Mozi. It advocated the concept of jianai , or undifferentiated love, which was in contrast ...
Mohism - Chinese Studies - Oxford Bibliographies
Introduction. Mohism (Mojia 墨家) is the philosophical school or trend of thought named after Mozi 墨子 (Mo-tzu, Master Mo, Mo Di 墨翟, c. 479–381 BCE).Although influential in the late Warring States period, it is said to have disappeared during the imperial era, when it was mainly considered a heterodoxy opposed to Confucianism.
MOHIST THOUGHT - Indiana University Bloomington
“Mohism” is the name given to the philosophical school founded by a man named Mozi 墨 子 (Master Mo, his actual name was Mo Di 墨翟), who lived during the fifth century BCE Mozi was the first man to offer a strong intellectual challenge to Confucianism.
Mohism > Texts and Authorship (Stanford Encyclopedia of ...
Texts and Authorship. Like most classical Chinese texts, the Mozi, our main source for Mohist thought, originally consisted of a collection of bamboo-strip scrolls called pian, or “books,” each of which was itself a distinct text or series of short texts ranging in length from several hundred to several thousand graphs.Hence the Mozi is not a single composition or work, in the modern sense ...
The Philosophy of the Mòzĭ - Columbia University Press
The Philosophy of the Mòzi is an extensive study of Mohism, situating the movement's rise and decline within Chinese history. The book also emphasizes Mohism's relevance to modern systems of thought.
Maoism - Wikipedia
Maoism, known in China as Mao Zedong Thought (Chinese: 毛泽东思想; pinyin: Máo Zédōng sīxiǎng), is a political theory derived from the teachings of the Chinese political leader Mao Zedong, whose followers are known as Maoists.