Confucianism And Daoism In Ancient China

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During ancient China, two main religions originated from this country. Both Confucianism and Daoism are practiced by a myriad of people, and both had a large effect on the country of China and its people. Confucianism had beliefs concerning government, when at the time, many religions didn’t. Daoism on the other hand, gave people an imagination. Although they both came from China and have some similarities, there are many differences between the two religions. Confucianism, was founded by a man named K'ung Fu Tzu. He was born in 551 B.C.E., living in the Zhou Dynasty. He was devoted to teaching and soon spread his beliefs through all of China. There are now approximately 6 million Confucians in the world today. As previously stated, this

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