Indian Philosophy about The Nature Of Being
Among the Indian culture philosophy addresses the nature of being in relation to the world natural setting. For example it seeks answers to questions such as: what is human being? What is world? Relationship between the world and human beings? What is the aim of life? What is good and what is bad? To answer all these, the Indian culture incorporates itself with various distinct models which are controlled by Hinduism religion. Therefore religion among Indians has developed a very strong relationship between it and philosophy. Thus through this combination of religion and philosophy the nature of being can be said to be dynamic from one level to another. For example it involves individual identification and characterization then, the various limitations and problems among individuals, and the solutions or ways to deal with the challenges. Thus through understanding this, human beings are able to rise from one level of existence to another.
Chinese Philosophy about The Nature of Society
The Chinese philosophy is all about the nature of the society in that over time it has emphasized on society well being, through incorporating morals and values such as harmony, wisdom benevolence, family ties and honoring of ancestors. It therefore holds that for one existence in a society his/her status should be determined by abilities that he/she has rather than wealth and originality. For this case therefore philosopher Confucianism was a major influence towards this Chinese culture of developing the society. His work was concerned with fields of societal such as ethics, politics, personal and governmental morality, traditionalism, social relationships, justice, and sincerity which have over time up to date been incorporated and adopted by the Chinese culture.
Japanese Philosophy about The Nature Of Experience
Japanese philosophy is not all about its experience but incorporation of various elements and stages of past life into the current situation. For example seeking traditional history to acquire the nature of reality, past ethics and politics systems and aesthetic appreciation of life. In this way the Japanese philosophy motivates them towards understanding themselves as intuitive rather than rational, acquisition of daily experiences rather than abstracting transcendent realms. According to this study the Japanese minds are seen to be much attached to the earthly phenomena’s thus they are always able to deal with issues that emerge in the world more effectively.