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Confucianism is concerned with human society and the social responsibilities of
its members; Taoism emphasizes nature ... definition is generally correct
concerning orthodox Han Confucianism; it neglects some aspects of Confucian
Underlying all artistic creation, even by Confucian artists, is the concept of "
spontaneity" that was cherished especially by ... Both Confucianism and
Buddhism have a limited understanding of art and value it only as an expression
of basically ...
... texts are often drawn upon. Even the Confucian Lun-yii (Analects) did not
escape this genial contamination; among the sober sayings of the Sage are
scattered a number of Taoist tales, in which crusty recluses or inspired madmen
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