Confucius was known by this name. . .
The collection of Confucius's sayings
Reverend as the second founder of Confucianism, this person's teachings are set forth in one of Confucianism's central texts
Neo-Confucianism's most important figure
In Confucianism this generally refers to the moral order that permeates the universe, the "way" that should be followed
An ideal human being with perfect moral character
The supreme human virtue; doing on'es best to treat others as one would wish to be treated
A basic Confucian ethical principle that says not to do to others what you would not want them to do to you
The cultural arts and skills of behavior values by Confucius as being of moral benefit
Virtue as shown through the power of example
A Confucian doctrine summarizing the proper ethical principle for each basic human relationship is called the. . .
Five Constant Relationships
The supreme virtue in Confucianism is . . .
Li means. . .
proper behavior in any given social circumstance
Neo-Confucianism was largely a response to . . .
the challenges facing Confucianism from the popluar religions Taoism and Buddhism
How many Confucian texts are considered most important to this day?
The 4 books