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2. ren [ruhn]—benevolence, affection, or humanity: The performance of actions that manifest what we might perceive as humanity or humaneness. The written Chinese character for ren signifies “two” and “man,” suggesting the basis of humanity and human relationships. 3. yi [yee]—the sense of rightness or appropriateness of action. The three virtues are interrelated. For instance, ren must conform to what is right (yi); yi, which is performed with the spirit of humanity (ren), is executed through conduct (li).
The alchemical side of Daoism in attaining transcendence of the limitations of life through breath control, sexual hygiene, dietary regimens, and elixirs became common. Also, the establishment of a religious Daoism, with the inclusion of a pantheon of various entities (nature gods, folk heroes, sages, and generals) originated at about the same time. E. Unlike Daoism, however, which taught that life was valuable and should be enjoyed, Buddhism viewed all life as suffering. If Daoism was life-affirming, Buddhism sought to transcend life in this world.
New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. Shun, Kwong-loi, and David B. Wong. Confucian Ethics: A Comparative Study of Self, Autonomy, and Community. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Xinzhong Yao. An Introduction to Confucianism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. uk/encyclopedia/confuc/ Notes 1. , Mount Fujiyama). Shinto is not covered in this book because there are few practitioners in the United States. 2. Huang, Essentials of Neo-Confucianism, pp. 5–6. The yin-yang symbol indicates how such opposites as dark (yin) and light (yang), passive and active, winter and summer, and female and male interact and complement each other.