Confucianism in Vietnam Under the Ly and Tran Dynasties: Development, Peculiarity and its Influence on Political Life

Confucianism in Vietnam Under the Ly and Tran Dynasties: Development, Peculiarity and its Influence on Political Life

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Hoang Thu Huong. Confucianism in Vietnam Under the Ly and Tran Dynasties: Development, Peculiarity and its Influence on Political Life // Humanitarian Scientific Bulletin. 2020. № 12. Pp. 1-7. ISSN 2541-7509. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4399296.

Abstract. The study on Confucianism and its role in Vietnam in the history is still a matter of great interest for researchers. In the Ly - Tran dynasties, Buddhism was considered as the national religion and dominated in all aspects of social life in Vietnam. However, Confucianism in that context gradually received the attention of the ruling class. Confucianism gradually occupied position in the national political life; meanwhile, Buddhism moved in the opposite direction. This is a special phenomenon of the ideology of the Ly - Tran dynasty. The study on the role of Confucianism in the spiritual life of Vietnamese people in the Ly - Tran dynasties is a matter with a lot of values. The author wants to clarify the development and characteristics of Confucianism in the Ly - Tran dynasties, thereby assessing its role in the political life of Vietnamese people in this period in this article. 

Key words: Confucianism, Buddhism, Vietnamese feudalism, political life, Ly and Tran Dynasties, philosophy in Vietnam




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