[kuh n-fyoo-shuh n]
- of, relating to, or resembling the teachings of Confucius.
Origin of Confucian
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U.S.-China relations could certainly stand a little Confucian “rectification.”Find a China Reset Button
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She felt as astonished as if some Confucian fanatic had set up his joss at auction.The Coast of Chance
The sister principle of loyalty in Confucian ethics is obedience to parents.
The basal principles of Confucian ethics are the "five relations."
Confucian ethics are the basis of morality and social order.
The Communist process of conversion was different from the Confucian.Government in Republican China
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- of or relating to the doctrines of Confucius
- a follower of Confucius
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