Confucius was born onthisday in history 28th September 551 B.C. and died in 479 B.C.
He was a Chinese teacher, politician, editor and, philosopher of the Spring and Autumn period of Chinese History.
The Philosophy of the Great Confucius is central to the personal and governmental morality and of the correctness of social relationship, sincerity, and justice. Followers of Confucius managed to compete successfully with many schools during the Hundreds school of thought, only to have been suppressed in the favor of Legalists during the Qin Dynasty.
Following on the victory of Han over Chu and with the collapse of Qin, Confucius’ thoughts had received an official sanction, where further development system by the west would be known as Confucianism.
He was traditionally accredited with having authored or even managed to edit many of the Chinese classic texts including all five classics. Confucius’ principles had also been a basis in common Chinese tradition and belief. He strongly believed in and, championed strong family loyalty, ancestor veneration and respect of the elders by their children, and husband of wives.
Confucius had recommended family should be the ideal for a government structure..
A well-known Quote by Confucius is “Do not do to others what you do not want to be done to yourself”.