Mo-tzu

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Mo-tzu

(ˈməʊˈtsuː)
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(Biography) a variant transliteration of Mo-Zi
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She was born June 26, 1949 at Du Quoin, Illinois, the daughter of Charley and Marie (Hemmer) Mozi.
Boulos Matar, the high committee of Catholic schools, and the consul of Lebanon in Detroit, Suzane Mozi.
The book is an attempt to explain how pre-Qin philosophers Hanfeizi, Mozi, Guanzi, Mencius, Xunzi, Confucius, and Laozi developed the Chinese concept of humane authority.
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In France, Xi praises both China and France as having unique traditions of civilization, pointing out that China, like France, has produced globally influential thinkers like Laozi, Confucius, Mozi, Mencius, and Zhuangzi whose works have had historically lasting appeals.
See more: Wu Leichuan, Mozi and Jesus [Mozhaiyu yesu], (Shanghai: The Association Press of China, 1940), 5-77.
In the Mozi, associated with a rival school of thought, the concept of heaven is explicitly theistic, a powerful, personal spiritual force who rewards good and punishes evil.
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La discusion sobre el incentivo fue iniciada por el filosofo Mozi (siglo V a.
Another of the schools of thought that emerged during this period is represented by Mozi (5th Century BC), who was one of the first philosophical rivals of Confucius.
After tracing the GR to the Presocratics, Confucius, Mozi, Aristotle, and Seneca, he fast-forwards to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, particularly Kant's categorical imperative.
However, it seems that philosophical materialism first made its appearance in ancient India with the Lokayata or Carvaka school, several centuries prior to the theories of Democritus, Epicurus and Mozi.