I think there should be many people like me, who have a fascination with the thoughts of Confucius and Mencius; on the other hand, there are also many people who do not respond to Confucius and Mencius. There are not many people in Mencius, even a handful. A few years ago, a teacher invited me to re-read The Analects together. I gladly agreed, but I still asked the question that had been lingering in my mind for a long time: "Why did most of the students not like to read the Analects when we were in high school?" He answered without hesitation:
"Because the teacher who teaches us is not able to lead by example." This teacher does not teach in the Department of Chinese, Philosophy Special Database or History, but is an energetic physical education teacher. However, her The answer really impressed and admired me. The understanding brought by diligent learning is far better than the expert opinion. Perhaps it can be understood in this way, only with a willingness to learn and a teacher who can lead by example can we deeply kowtow to Confucius and Mencius.
I should people face death?" "How should people face religion ?" and other ten questions. Mr. Junjie tries to view Confucianism and Mencius from the perspective of "both humanism and rationality", rather than seeing it as a tool for political and ideological domination, and guides readers to use the perspective of Confucian spirit to examine contemporary times that Western civic philosophy can no longer afford. social problem. After reading Mr. Junjie's earnest and good manners to the young students, my heart is full of joy, especially Mr. Junjie's use of Mencius's "acting from benevolence and righteousness, not benevolence and righ