Moism


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Moism

(ˈməʊɪzəm)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) the religious and ethical teaching of Mo-Zi and his followers, emphasizing universal love, ascetic self-discipline, and obedience to the will of Heaven
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It also confirms that despite the blood, sweat and tears that got us a new Constitution in 2010 (which those in power actively opposed), we are still not out of the Moism that almost brought us to our knees economically and figuratively in 24 years.
It follows, through the I-Ching axis of Jen-yi centrality-mutuality, the traditions of Confucianism and Taoism (and also Moism, see Chang, 1991) are well integrated into a unity in guiding the daily life of the common people of China's past.
It is difficult to dismiss the significance of Buddhism, Taoism, Moism, Legalism, and even Marxism in Chinese political thinking and intellectual discourse.
As Wang (2004a) argues, even the author of The Three Strategies remains uncertain, this classic is still valuable Chinese military material because its central ideological system combines the doctrines of Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism, and Moism, and "makes them mutually supplementary each other to become an integrated system of military thoughts with it own characteristics" (p.