Ideas of Mozi, by Theme

[Chinese, 480 - 390 BCE, Mohist school, and critic of Confucius.]

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22. Metaethics / B. The Good / 1. Goodness / g. Consequentialism
Mohists desire wealth, population and social order as the best consequences [Norden]
23. Ethics / B. Contract Ethics / 2. Golden Rule
If people regarded other states as they did their own, they would never attack them
23. Ethics / D. Deontological Ethics / 3. Universalisability
Mozi condemns partiality, which is the cause of all the great harms in the world
Those who are against impartiality still prefer impartial protectors