On the Relationship Between Confucianism and China’s Soft Power: An Analysis Based on Empirical Study of the Influence of Confucian on Religious Belief and Experience of Contemporary Chinese People

Liping LIU


Confucian had been the mainstream of traditional Chinese ideology and provided a foundation for Chinese culture and society. To a great extent, it shaped the spiritual course of development of Chinese culture, exerted a significant influence on the character of the nation, and inserted certain distinctive features into various religious traditions in China. This paper aims to discuss the relationship between Confucian and religious belief and experience in contemporary China so as to reveal the vitality and future development of Confucian, argues that the core values of Confucian is the foundation of soft power

Key words: Confucian; Soft power; Religious belief and experience


Confucian; Soft power; Religious belief and experience

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.mse.1913035X20120601.Z0030


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