Ethics is the science of what is good and what is bad and about moral rights and obligations (morals). Meanwhile, Confucian ethics, also called Ruism, is ethics derived from the teachings of Confucius, which is widely studied and practiced by many people, not only in China, Confucius’ home country, but also throughout the world, including in the western world. Many Confucian ethics are still relevant today, especially in the midst of an increasingly materialistic and job-crazy world.
How does Confucian ethics apply in the context of today’s modern world? What values are still relevant, and what values should be abandoned. Everything will be answered in this book.