began before his birth, during the Zhou Dynasty.Confucianism by Jesuit missionaries who were visiting there. However, the fundamental principles of Confucius was developed in China by Master Kong in 551-479 BC, who was given the name Confucianism
To Confucius, the main objective of being an educator was to teach people to live with integrity. Through his teachings, he strove to resurrect the traditional values of benevolence, propriety and ritual in Chinese society.
Born into a noble family thatlived near the Himalayas(Nepal)
The Basic Teachings of Buddha which are core to Buddhism are: • The Three Universal Truths; • The Four Noble Truths; and • The Noble Eightfold Path.
Daoism (Taoism) was created by Laozi in the sixth century BCE. Daoism was created during the Period of Warring States after the fall of the Zhou dynasty. Along with Confucianism and Legalism, it became on of the three schools of learning created during this period. ... It was written by the Daoist philosopher Zhuangzi.
Laozi teaches that people should follow the naturalorder of life Believes that universal force called Dao (“theway”) guides all things