The influence and enlightenment of Confucian cultural education on modern European civilization

@article{Yu2009TheIA,
  title={The influence and enlightenment of Confucian cultural education on modern European civilization},
  author={Jianfu Yu},
  journal={Frontiers of Education in China},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={10-26}
}
  • Jianfu Yu
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • Frontiers of Education in China
Confucianism, not only is the core of Chinese cultural educational thoughts but its influence has been identified in the West by the European scholars. And with the impact of Confucianism civilization, the theological authority in the Dark Ages wavered. The human-based ideas of Confucianism that people are the foundation of the country, the governing way of “Governance with virtue”, the way of personnel placement that men of great virtue and talent are elected who will cultivate mutual trust… 
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