The Effect of the Confidence Notion in the Chinese Culture Through the Dictums

Sui-xiang CHEN


The Chinese dictum conveys his culture. The present paper aims to make a survey on the confidence notion in the Chinese culture. This notion is bound to the anthers virtues such as human sense, ritual spirit, just sense, wisdom. Theses notions constitute five guiding principles. The confidence notion is worth considering, because it can ensure the human contact. We attach attention to this notion in order to construct a harmonious society. Key words: dictum; confidence notion; interpersonal relation; the Chinese cultureRésumé: Les dictons chinois charrient sa culture. Notre texte vise à souligner le rôle de la notion de confiance dans la culture chinoise. Cette notion se rattache aux autres vertus comme le sens humain, l’esprit rituel, le sens du juste, la sagesse, ce qui constitue cinq constantes. Si la confiance est digne de considération, c’est qu’elle assure le contact du soi à l’autre. La prise en compte de cette notion est de mise dans le cadre de la construction d’une société harmonieuse.Mots–clés: dicton; la notion de confiance; les relations interpersonnelles, la culture chinoise

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