Cosmos and Co-creation: Confucian Human-centered Religiousness

Confucian philosophy emphasizes ritual propriety as ethical guidelines for behavior, but these are not static codes. Instead, humans have a moral obligation to adapt ritual propriety to their unique situations and our changing world. By doing this, humans co-create a harmonious cosmos conducive to diversity and belongingness. Can Confucianism’s emphasis on adaptability and harmony provide valuable perspectives for religion in our interconnected, transnational era?