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: A Confucian Perspective on middle Eastern religions
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: A Confucian Perspective on Middle Eastern religions
: Confucians Realize How They Tompare
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:: The "Middle East" is that part of the East which is close to the West (Europe).  The "Middle Eastern" religions are in fact the three Western religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.  The "Eastern religions" in the assignment, as shown above, are Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism.  Those are "Far Eastern" from the standpoint of the West.
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: Confucians Realize How They Compare
 
: Looking at Eastern Religions as a Confucian
 
: Looking at Eastern Religions as a Confucian
: Confucians Hate all Eastern Religions
 
 
: Confucian View of right way
 
: Confucian View of right way
 
: A Confucian reflection of other Eastern religions
 
: A Confucian reflection of other Eastern religions
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: An Evaluation of the Eastern Religions from the Standpoint of Confucianism
 
: An Evaluation of the Eastern Religions from the Standpoint of Confucianism
 
: Confucianism Compared to The Other Main Eastern European Religions
 
: Confucianism Compared to The Other Main Eastern European Religions
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:: "Eastern Europe" is Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Albania, etc.  Hinduism and Buddhism are from India, the Asian sub-continent, and Taoism is from China, on the Asian mainland.
 
: Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism
 
: Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism
 
: Comparing Confucianism
 
: Comparing Confucianism
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: Confucians Hate All Eastern Religions
 
: The Simple Life
 
: The Simple Life
 
: Sticking to What Can Be Put into Words
 
: Sticking to What Can Be Put into Words

Revision as of 12:55, 16 November 2016

The essay assignment (with one sentence highlighted in bold)
Use material from the Analects of Confucius and from Judging Religions Justly, show how a Confucian would judge the essential ideals of the other three main Eastern religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism).
This is a formal essay, not a reaction paper or a creative writing paper. Write about the four religions and the topic in the third person (he, she, it, they); do not write about yourself or about the process of writing the essay. Be sure to give your essay a title that calls attention to the central theme of the paper--your own personal judgment on what the readings say about these four religions.
The essay is about the religions, not about you--but the essay will express your understanding and judgment of the readings.
Use many quotations & paraphrases from both sources. Provide page references both for quotations and for paraphrases. This is how you demonstrate that you have done the required reading.


Repetitions of the topic
A Confucian Perspective on Middle Eastern religions
The "Middle East" is that part of the East which is close to the West (Europe). The "Middle Eastern" religions are in fact the three Western religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The "Eastern religions" in the assignment, as shown above, are Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism. Those are "Far Eastern" from the standpoint of the West.
Confucians Realize How They Compare
Looking at Eastern Religions as a Confucian
Confucian View of right way
A Confucian reflection of other Eastern religions
Understanding the differences in Eastern religions
The Analyzation of Eastern Religions from a Confucian perspective
An Evaluation of the Eastern Religions from the Standpoint of Confucianism
Confucianism Compared to The Other Main Eastern European Religions
"Eastern Europe" is Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Albania, etc. Hinduism and Buddhism are from India, the Asian sub-continent, and Taoism is from China, on the Asian mainland.
Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism
Comparing Confucianism
Confucianism and the Other Eastern Religions
Why Confucius' Ideas of Restoring Harmonious Social Order Clashes with Other Eastern Religions
Confucianism -- Great Differences with the Other Three Main Religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism
Confucian and Eastern Religions: Different is Better
Confucianism in the Three Main Eastern Religions
The Way of Confucius
Confucius' Views on Eastern Religions
Confucianism: The Outsider of the Eastern Religions
Some semblance of an idea
Confucians Hate All Eastern Religions
The Simple Life
Sticking to What Can Be Put into Words
The Balance of Morality, Structure, and Happiness