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The Classic of Filial Piety
- By: Kenneth B. Wolfe - translator
- Narrated by: Kenneth B. Wolfe
- Length: 23 mins
"The Classic of Filial Piety" is a short treatise arising from the Confucian school in about 400 BC. It reports a discussion of Confucius with his student Zengzi. Confucius teaches Zengzi that devotion to one's parents is the beginning of education and moral order in society. A filial emperor serves as a model to all of his subjects. Filial children support their parents in their old age, mourn them decorously at their death, and then sacrifice to their departed spirits. They preserve the good name of the family.
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