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¤ Confucius, Los Cuatro Payasos Muertos, Traversées, Wikipedia ¤ 7 June 2011
Confucius (?? -k?ngz?-, literally “Master Kong”) (September 28, 551 B.C. - 479 BC) was a Chinese thinker, the creator of Confucianism, and one of the most influential figures in Chinese history. The teachings of Confucius have survived thanks to his Anaclets, which contain some of the discussions he had with his disciples. Biography Confucius was born in the town of Qufu in the former state of Lu, now part of the Shandong Province, in the Kong family, a noble family of landowners. His (...) read more

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