Mo-tzu

(from the article `Mo-tzu`) The Mo-tzu, the principal work left by Mo-tzu and his followers, contains the essence of his political, ethical, and religious teachings. The gist of ... The first example of the well-developed essay, however, is found neither in the Mencius nor in the Chuang-tzu but in the Mo-tzu, attributed to Mo Ti, ... ...
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Mo-tzu

Chinese philosopher whose fundamental doctrine of universal love challenged Confucianism for several centuries and became the basis of a religious ... [3 related articles]
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Mo-Tzu

Mo-Tzu (mô-dzŭ) or Mo Ti (mô dē) , c.470 B.C.–391 B.C., Chinese philosopher. His teachings, found in The Mo Tzu, emphasize universal love—that people should love all others as they love their own families and states. He also advocated moderation in social affairs,...
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