What is the most well-known aspect of mencius’ thought?

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  • Réponse publiée par: homersoncanceranguiu
    1 The attitude of goodness, benevolence, and altruism towards others Select one: 
    d. Humanity Question
    2 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text Who argued that human nature is neither good nor bad, but can be molded either way? Select one: 
    d. Mencius Question
    3 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text “If a man has a good friend to resist him in doing bad actions, he will have his reputation preserved. So, if a father has a son to resist his wrong command, he will be saved from committing serious faults” Select one:
    b. Classic of Filial Obedience 
    4 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text Society is capable of directing our nature towards good or towards evil. Select one:
    a. Kao 
    5 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text What is the most well-known aspect of Mencius’ thought? Select one:
    a. the inherent goodness of people
    6 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text The first step in acquiring clear character is extending our knowledge by “investigating things.” Select one: 
    b. Confucius
    7 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text Our minds and hearts house our inherent tendency towards moral goodness. Select one: 
    c. Confucius 
    8 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text “Do not do to others what you would not have them do to you.” Select one:
    b. Golden Rule
    9 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text The effortless adherence to social norms and the performance of customs Select one: 
    d. Ritual conduct
    10 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Not flaggedFlag question Question text The principle which involves negative duties to avoid harm Select one:
    a. Principle of inherent goodness 
  • Réponse publiée par: kenn14
    1d humanity po wag mong gawin sa iba kung ayaw mong gawin sayo!
  • Réponse publiée par: villatura
    Subject Religion

    answer Question 1

    The correct answer among the given choices is letter d. Mencius, a Confucian philosopher, is often referred to as the “Second Sage” of Confucianism. Mencius is best known for his claim that “human nature is good.” From the above choices, the statement "the inherent goodness of people" is another translation for saying that “human nature is good.”

    Question 2

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    The correct answer from the choices is letter a.

    Question 3

    Who is the credited for the foundation of one of the most important book of Taoism, often regarded as the Classic of Complete Emptiness?

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    The correct answer among the choices is letter c. Lieh-tzuis credited for the foundation of one of the most important book of Taoism, often regarded as the Classic of Complete Emptiness.

    Question 4

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    The correct letter answer among the choices is letter d.  Return can be best described as:

    Return is ''Everything around us has been recycled and will again be recycled.'''Return is 'All things eventually decay and return to their ultimate source''.

    Question 5

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    The correct answer among the stated choices is letter c. The central theme of Daoism is:

    about ''return: all things eventually decay and return to their ultimate source within the Dao''.

    Question 6

    Means Everything around us has been recycled and will again be recycled

    Select one:

    a. return

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    The correct answer from the stated choices is letter a.  Return is described as:

    Return is ''Everything around us has been recycled and will again be recycled.''

    Question 7  

    Who is the person credited for the foundation of Taoism according to tradition?

    Select one:

    a. Lao-tzu

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    The correct answer from the above choices is letter c.

    Question 8

    Refers to What stream of Taoism concerns in the pursuit of immortality?

    Select one:

    c. Philosophical Taoism

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    The correct letter answer among the stated choices is letter c.

    Question 9

    Who is the person credited for the foundation of Taoism according to tradition?

    Select one:

    a. Lao-tzu

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    The correct answer among the choices stated above is letter a.  Lao-Tzu is a Chinese philosopher credited in founding the Taoism.

    Question 10

    Refers to According to Taoist tradition, this both creates and sustains everything that exists.

    Select one:

    d. Tao

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    The correct letter answer from the choices is letter d.  

    Question 11

    Refers to Which of the following political and cultural condition/s gave rise to Confucianism?

    Select one:

    c. Anarchy and chaos in China

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    The correct answer among the above given choices is letter c.  Anarchy and chaos in China gave rise to Confucianism.

    Question 12

    Refers to What did Confucius emphasize on the concept of filial obedience?

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    d. About The importance of obedience towards the superior for it is a sign of respect

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    The correct answer among the various choices is letter d.  

    Question 13

    Refers to Artificial actions run counter to the natural course of things, and usually involve aggression and competition.

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    c. Non-action

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    The correct answer among the different choices is letter c.  

    Question 14

    Refers to Leaders must abandon common notions of governance, which typically involve authoritatively imposing their wills on the people

    Select one:

    b. minimal governing

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    The correct answer from the given choices is letter b.  

    Question 15

    Refers to Which is true about the Tao of Taoism?

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    b. About The understanding of the Tao begins with subduing one’s desires

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    The correct answer among the various given choices is letter b.  

    Question 16

    Means ''Everything around us has been recycled and will again be recycled.''

    Select one:

    a. Return

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    The correct answer among the multiple choice selection is letter a.  

    Question 17

    Refers to Which of the following is/are not a tradition of Taoism?

    Select one or more:

    a. Foundational Taoism

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    The correct answer among the choices given is letter a.  

    Question 18

    Refers to What is the central theme of Taoism?

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    a. effortless action

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    The correct letter answer among the different choices is letter a.

    Question 19

    Refers to Which is not true about the Dao de Jing?

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    d. Correct answer- Composed in a popular style with vivid stories and parables

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    The correct answer from the given choices is letter d.

    Question 20

    Refers to ''He argues that we naturally have four specific moral virtues, namely, commiseration, shame, respect, and approval''

    Select one:

    a. Mencius

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    The correct letter answer among the choices stated is letter a.

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