what are some pros and cons about Confucius philosophy?
Question by armatrix13: what are some pros and cons about Confucius philosophy?
What do you like, or deslike in Confucius philosophy?
it would be better if you write outlines
Answer by Tuna-San
I like that its very sensible.
I dislike that its very formulaic.
Advantage: its easy to follow its logic/ rhetoric.
Disadvantage: not good for developing original thought – it might turn you into a snivelling chanter.
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