Mo-Zi

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Mo-Zi or Mo-tzu (ˈməʊˈtsiː)
 
n
?470--?391 bc, Chinese religious philosopher; his teaching, expounded in the book Mo-Zi, emphasizes love, frugality, avoidance of aggressive war, and submission to Heaven
 
Mo-tzu or Mo-tzu
 
n

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