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Yale scholar: The core values of Confucian culture are community, cultivation and cosmos


The Tenth Nishan Forum on World Civilizations kicks off on July 10 in Qufu, east China's Shandong Province, with the theme "Traditional Culture and Modern Civilization." Mary Evelyn Tucker, a senior lecturer and research scholar at Yale University, summed up the core values of Confucian culture in three Cs: community, cultivation and cosmos. Confucianism's rich tradition of ecological respect has provided the core theoretical support for constructing China's ecological civilization.

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