Important Similarities in the “Objective Practice” of Ritual in Confucianism and Islam


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An Analysis of the Important Similarities in the “Objective Practice” of Ritual in Confucianism and Islam
This religious analysis will define the importance of “objective practice” in the realization of morality and civil behavior that are so similar in Confucianism and Islam. Often, the abstract beliefs of virtue and morality remain subjective until they are objectively ritualized in practices such as prayer, meditation, and worship. This is why an “objective practice” is necessary in the physically and repetition necessary in ritual constructs, which define the universality of Confucianism and Islam as similar forms of spiritual realization. By analyzing two passages from both religions, the importance of ritual in the objectification of...
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.....lam, ritual provides daily way for practitioners to pray on their moral intentions in daily, which defines the act of praying as an objectification of religious values in this ritual. This is also true on Confucian thought when moral and virtuous values are deemed meaningless because without ritual, the followers would not have the skills to make moral values a reality in daily life. By evaluating the similarities of these aspects of ritual importance in Islam and Confucianism, it is evident that “objective practice” in ritual is very important in manifesting and implementing abstracted virtues and moral behaviors into the lifestyle of the practitioner.
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