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Cultural Diversity in China
AbstractThe English term "Confucianism" may refer to three different concepts in the Chinese language: the school of Confucianism, scholastic tradition of Confucianism, and the religious tradition of Confucianism. From a sociological perspective, Confucianism as an official political orthodoxy no longer exists. However, Confucianism as a cultural tradition remains, and it is expressed in various aspects of the Chinese social life, which echoes the diffused characteristics of a typical Chinesedoi:10.1515/cdc-2015-0005 fatcat:loly37hf4ncrpao5yxe3nmeud4