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Mohism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Mohism was an influential philosophical, social, and religious movement that flourished during the Warring States era (479–221 BCE) in ancient China.
Mohism - Wikipedia
Mohism or Moism (Chinese: 墨家; pinyin: Mòjiā; literally: "School of Mo") was an ancient Chinese philosophy of logic, rational thought and science developed by the academic scholars who studied under the ancient Chinese philosopher Mozi (c. 470 BC – c. 391 BC) and embodied in an eponymous book: the Mozi.
Mohism | Chinese philosophy | Britannica.com
Mohism: Mohism, school of Chinese philosophy founded by Mozi (q.v.) in the 5th century bce. This philosophy challenged the dominant Confucian ideology until about the 3rd century bce.
Mohism - New World Encyclopedia
Mohism presented a challenge to the dominant Confucian thought, emphasizing the necessity for individual piety and submission to the will of "heaven," or "Shang-ti" (the "Lord on High"), and deploring the elaborate Confucian funeral rites and ceremonies as a waste of government funds which could be better spent on the welfare of the people.
Mohism | Define Mohism at Dictionary.com
Mohism definition, the doctrine of Mo-Tze, stressing universal love, not limited by special affections or obligations, and opposition to Confucianism and traditionalism.
Mohism - Chinese Studies - Oxford Bibliographies
Introduction. Mohism (Mojia 墨家) is the philosophical school or trend of thought named after Mozi 墨子 (Mo-tzu, Master Mo, Mo Di 墨翟, c. 479–381 BCE).Although influential in the late Warring States period, it is said to have disappeared during the imperial era, when it was mainly considered a heterodoxy opposed to Confucianism.
Mohism | Definition of Mohism by Merriam-Webster
Define Mohism: the teachings of Mo Ti characterized by an emphasis on equalitarian universal love and opposition to traditionalism and Confucianism
Mohism - PHILTAR
Doctrines : The doctrines of Mohism are to be found in the work Mo-tzu, named after the founder of the Moist tradition Mo Ti (c. 470-390 BCE). Although attributed to Mo Ti, the Mo-tzu was probably composed over a number of generations by Mo Ti's disciples.
Mohism: Beliefs & Teachings | Study.com
This lesson goes over some of the core teachings and beliefs behind a philosophy known as Mohism. You'll also learn a bit about how this philosophy...
MOHIST THOUGHT - Indiana University Bloomington
2 Mohism’s rejection of offensive warfare was one of a set of clearly defined and argued doctrines that distinguished this cult from all others.