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The great Chinese philosopher Confucius put forward a timeless and important doctrine: The rectification of names.
Sora's Chinese name has more than 41 million page hits on Google, exceeding that of Mao Zedong, Yao Ming, or Confucius.
In one sense it is the old popular religion of China, of which Confucius selected the scholarly and gentlemanly features.
As they sat together, Confucius asked him, What does your master do?The Sayings Of Confucius|Confucius
Do you know anything about Confucius, Shintoism, or Swedenborg, beyond the names?Stover at Yale|Owen Johnson
Confucius himself had, it is true, labored for the establishment of a centralized monarchy.Evolution Of The Japanese, Social And Psychic|Sidney L. Gulick
Tsou was Confucius's birthplace; his father was governor of the town.The Wisdom of Confucius|Epiphanius Wilson
1837, Latinization of Chinese K'ung Fu-tzu "K'ung the philosopher (or Master)" (c.551 B.C.E.-c.479 B.C.E.). The name first appears in a Latin publication of Chinese works (Paris, 1687). Connection with the martial arts kung-fu is obscure, uncertain. His philosophy based on the Golden Rule: "What you do not like when done to yourself do not do to others." Related: Confucian (adj., 1837); Confucianism (1846).