Confucius

(2086 T-2 )
CURRENT POSITION: 27 TAU 37
Incl: 5.90259
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Period: 5.2983178163259 years
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29.9.1973 07:56 Palomar 116w51 33n21 observations 1

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Named after Confucius (551-471 B.C.), the famous Chinese philosopher. Nothing written by Confucius has survived, but his pupils compiled a collection of his sayings and anecdotes in the Master Cung. Confucius was convinced that the self-discipline and virtue shown by society's leaders would influence everyone. During the Han dynasty, Confucius was venerated as a god, and in the Sung dynasty his rules of living filtered into politics and education.

Named after Confucius (551-471 B.C.), the famous Chinese philosopher. Nothing written by Confucius has survived, but his pupils compiled a collection of his sayings and anecdotes in the Master Cung. Confucius was convinced that the self-discipline and virtue shown by society’s leaders would influence everyone. During the Han dynasty, Confucius was venerated as a god, and in the Sung dynasty his rules of living filtered into politics and education. (M 32790; M 32819; M 33151)

Avastatud: 29-9-1973 Avastamiskoht: Palomar Avastajad: van Houten, C. J., van Houten-Groeneveld, I., Gehr

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