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Stumbling across the School of Confucius immediately grants its discoverer access to a slew of Great People! There is no better way to start off a race towards a Cultural Victory!
Civilopedia Entry Edit
One of the preeminent scholars of China, Confucius chronicled his beliefs and teachings in a number of books, the most well known of which is the Analects. This work of a mere nineteen chapters has influenced Chinese and world philosophy since roughly 200 BC. Emphasizing filial piety, humility, and propriety and an honest life, the Analects became a central pillar of knowledge in the training of Chinese students and bureaucrats. In face, nearly every official of the Chinese Emperor was expected to pass an examination that required them to quote directly from Confucius' works in order to receive a passing grade.
Fun Fact Edit
- Sayings of Confucius:
- "Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses."
- "The cautious seldom err."
- "To go beyond is as wrong as to fall short."
- "When anger rises, think of the consequences."