Confucius Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight

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January 1, 2020

Confucius Net Worth

How rich is Kung Chiu? For this question we spent 5 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $14,8 Million.

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Kung Chiu information Birth date: 551 BC, Lu Death date: March 9, 479 BC, Lu Birth place: Chu-fu, China Profession:Writer

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:How tall is Confucius – 1,86m.
How much weight is Confucius – 66kg

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Confucius (/k?n?fju???s/, 551–479 BC) was a Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher of the Spring and Autumn period of Chinese history.The philosophy of Confucius emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. His followers competed successfully with many other schools during the Hundred Schools of Thought era only to be suppressed in favor of the Legalists during the Qin Dynasty. Following the victory of Han over Chu after the collapse of Qin, Confuciuss thoughts received official sanction and were further developed into a system known as Confucianism.Confucius is traditionally credited with having authored or edited many of the Chinese classic texts including all of the Five Classics, but modern scholars are cautious of attributing specific assertions to Confucius himself. Aphorisms concerning his teachings were compiled in the Analects, but only many years after his death.Confuciuss principles had a basis in common Chinese tradition and belief. He championed strong family loyalty, ancestor worship, respect of elders by their children and of husbands by their wives. He also recommended family as a basis for ideal government. He espoused the well-known principle Do not do to others what you do not want done to yourself, an early version of the Golden Rule.
Biography,Early lifeLu can be seen in Chinas northeast.It is generally thought that Confucius was born on September 28, 551 BC.[11] His birthplace was in Zou, Lu state (near present-day Qufu, Shandong Province).[11][12] His father Kong He (??), also known as Shuliang He (???), was an officer in the Lu military. Kong died when Confucius was three years old, and Confucius was raised by his mother Yan Zhengzai (???) in poverty.[13] His mother would later die at less than 40 years of age.[13] At age 19 he married his wife Qiguan (??), and a year later the couple had their first child, Kong Li (??).[13] Qiguan and Confucius would later have two daughters together, one of whom is thought to have died early in her life as a child.[14]Confucius was educated at schools for commoners, where he studied and learned the Six Arts.[15]Confucius was born into the class of shi (?), between the aristocracy and the common people. He is said to have worked in various government jobs during his early 20s, and also worked as a bookkeeper and a caretaker of sheep and horses, which he used the proceeds from to give his mother a proper burial.[13][16] When his mother died, Confucius (aged 23) is said to have mourned for three years, as was the tradition.[16]Political careerA Western Han (202 BC – 9 AD) fresco depicting Confucius (and Laozi), from a tomb of Dongping County, Shandong province, ChinaThe Lu state was headed by a ruling ducal house.[17] Under the duke were three aristocratic families, whose heads bore the title of viscount and held hereditary positions in the Lu bureaucracy.[18] The Ji family held the position Minister over the Masses, who was also the Prime Minister, the Meng family held the position Minister of Works, and the Shu family held the position Minister of War.[18] In the winter of 505 BC, Yang Hu—a retainer of the Ji family—rose up in rebellion and seized power from the Ji family.[18] However, by the summer of 501 BC, the three hereditary families had succeeded in expelling Yang Hu from Lu.[18] By then, Confucius had built up a considerable reputation through his teachings, while the families came to see the value of proper conduct and righteousness, so they could achieve loyalty to a legitimate government.[19] Thus, that year (501 BC), Confucius came to be appointed to the minor position of governor of a town.[19] Eventually, he rose to the position of Minister of Crime.[19]Confucius desired to return the authority of the state to the duke by dismantling the fortifications of the city—strongholds belonging to the three families.[20] This way, he could establish a centralized government.[20] However, Confucius relied solely on diplomacy as he had no military authority himself.[20] In 500 BC, Hou Fan—the governor of Hou—revolted against his lord of the Shu family.[20] Although the Meng and Shu families unsuccessfully besieged Hou, a loyalist official rose up with the people of Hou and forced Hou Fan to flee to the Qi state.[20] The situation may have been in favor for Confucius as this likely made it possible for Confucius and his disciples to convince the aristocratic families to dismantle the fortifications of their cities.[20] Eventually, after a year and a half, Confucius and his disciples succeeded in convincing the Shu family to raze the walls of Hou, the Ji family in razing the walls of Bi, and the Meng family in razing the walls of Cheng.[20] First, the Shu family led an army towards their city Hou and tore down its walls in 498 BC.[20] Soon thereafter, Gongshan Furao (also known as Gongshan Buniu), a retainer of the Ji family, revolted and took control of the forces at Bi.[21][22] He immediately launched an attack and entered the capital Lu.[20]Earlier, Gongshan had approached Confucius to join him, which Confucius considered.[21] Even though he disapproved the use of a violent revolution, the Ji family dominated the Lu state force for generations and had exiled the previous duke.[21] Although he wanted the opportunity to put his principles into practice, Confucius gave up on this idea in the end.[21] Creel (1949) states that, unlike the rebel Yang Hu before him, Gongshan may have sought to destroy the three hereditary families and restore the power of the duke.[23] However, Dubs (1946) is of the view that Gongshan was encouraged by Viscount Ji Huan to invade the Lu capital in an attempt to avoid dismantling the Bi fortified walls.[22] Whatever the situation may have been, Gongshan was considered an upright man who continued to defend the state of Lu, even after he was forced to flee.[23][24]During the revolt by Gongshan, Zhong You (??) had managed to keep the duke and the three viscounts together at the court.[24] Zhong You was one of the disciples of Confucius and Confucius had arranged for him to be given the position of governor by the Ji family.[25] When Confucius heard of the raid, he requested that Viscount Ji Huan allow the duke and his court to retreat to a stronghold on his palace grounds.[26] Thereafter, the heads of the three families and the duke retreated to the Jis palace complex and ascended the Wuzi Terrace.[27] Confucius ordered two officers to lead an assault against the rebels.[27] At least one of the two officers was a retainer of the Ji family, but they were unable to refuse the orders while in the presence of the duke, viscounts, and court.[26] The rebels were pursued and defeated at Gu.[27] Immediately after the revolt was defeated, the Ji family razed the Bi city walls to the ground.[27]The attackers retreated after realizing that they would have to become rebels against the state and against their own lord.[26] Through Confucius actions, the Bi officials had inadvertently revolted against their own lord, thus forcing Viscount Ji Huans hand in having to dismantle the walls of Bi (as it could have harbored such rebels) or confess to instigating the event by going against proper conduct and righteousness as an official.[26] Dubs (1949) suggests that the incident brought to light Confucius foresight, practical political ability, and insight into human character.[26]When it was time to dismantle the city walls of the Meng family, the governor was reluctant to have his city walls torn down and convinced the head of the Meng family not to do so.[27] The Zuo Zhuan recalls that the governor advised against razing the walls to the ground as he said that it made Cheng vulnerable to the Qi state and cause the destruction of the Meng family.[26] Even though Viscount Meng Yi gave his word not to interfere with an attempt, he went back on his earlier promise to dismantle the walls.[26]Later in 498 BC, Duke Ding personally went with an army to lay siege to Cheng in an attempt to raze its walls to the ground, but he did not succeed.[28] Thus, Confucius could not achieve the idealistic reforms that he wanted including restoration of the legitimate rule of the duke.[29] He had made powerful enemies within the state, especially with Viscount Ji Huan, due to his successes so far.[30] According to accounts in the Zuo Zhuan and Shiji, Confucius departed his homeland in 497 BC after his support for the failed attempt of dismantling the fortified city walls of the powerful Ji, Meng, and Shu families.[31] He left the state of Lu without resigning, remaining in self-exile and unable to return as long as Viscount Ji Huan was alive.[30]ExileThe Shiji states that the neighboring Qi state was worried that Lu was becoming too powerful while Confucius was involved in the government of the Lu state. According to this account, Qi decided to sabotage Lus reforms by sending 100 good horses and 80 beautiful dancing girls to the duke of Lu. The duke indulged himself in pleasure and did not attend to official duties for three days. Confucius was deeply disappointed and resolved to leave Lu and seek better opportunities, yet to leave at once would expose the misbehavior of the duke and therefore bring public humiliation to the ruler Confucius was serving. Confucius therefore waited for the duke to make a lesser mistake. Soon after, the duke neglected to send to Confucius a portion of the sacrificial meat that was his due according to custom, and Confucius seized upon this pretext to leave both his post and the Lu state.After Confucius resignation, he began a long journey or set of journeys around the small kingdoms of north-east and central China, traditionally including the states of Wei, Song, Chen, and Cai. At the courts of these states, he expounded his political beliefs but did not see them implemented.Return homeTomb of Confucius in Kong Lin cemetery, Qufu, Shandong ProvinceAccording to the Zuo Zhuan, Confucius returned home to his native Lu when he was 68, after he was invited to do so by Ji Kangzi, the chief minister of Lu.[32] The Analects depict him spending his last years teaching 72 or 77 disciples and transmitting the old wisdom via a set of texts called the Five Classics.During his return, Confucius sometimes acted as an advisor to several government officials in Lu, including Ji Kangzi, on matters including governance and crime.[32]Burdened by the loss of both his son and his favorite disciples, he died at the age of 71 or 72. He died from natural causes. Confucius was buried in Kong Lin cemetery which lies in the historical part of Qufu in the Shandong Province.[citation needed] The original tomb erected there in memory of Confucius on the bank of the Sishui River had the shape of an axe. In addition, it has a raised brick platform at the front of the memorial for offerings such as sandalwood incense and fruit.

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