what led to the popularity of Confucius’ teachings after his death?

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Although the “Confucian Classics” were not considered significant at first, what led to the popularity of Confucius’ teachings after his death?

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Mr.d0g

kungfu promoted his ideas
“the golden palm from heaven” or whatnot just to name a few

Dan

The real answer: weed.

Rallie Florencio C

Most Popular Teachers of every nation became world famous only when they died. The Propagandists wanted to earn big from the sweat of the dead hero.

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