Answer the question given below and write an essay in which you develop your own interpretation and evaluation of certain concepts and claims made in Confucius’ Analects. You need to support your interpretation be referring to passages in the Analects.
Question: What, for Confucius, should be the proper relation of the ruler to those he governs and of the people to the ruler? What qualities should the ruler have and why? Why does Confucius believe that if the ruler has these qualities people would behave morally and punishment would be unnecessary? To what extent do you think Confucius’ ideas about government are relevant today? To what extent do you agree with Confucius (and why)?
Points, for example, coordination and race relations as far as instruction, business and lodging have turned out to be focal contemplations in the media, writing and in governmental issues. Be that as it may, the beginning of the talks on these hotly debated issues has consistently originated from a lion's share vantage perspective. In spite of the current subject being about minorities, it is extremely uncommon that their perspectives are communicated. This paper endeavors to deliver these perspectives from one of the most disregarded minority bunches in the UK. As indicated by Trevor Philips, 'there aren't numerous gatherings I can consider who are increasingly stereotyped at this point less comprehended by the more extensive network than working Muslim women. Given that Bangladeshi and Pakistani ladies have the most noteworthy paces of joblessness in the UK, it makes one wonder of why? Is it on account of the ascent of Islamophobia (which will be referenced later in this essay.)? Islamophobia is the aversion of or bias against Islam or Muslims, particularly as a political force. Perhaps the xenophobia from the confined view that all Muslims are outsiders is the main impetus behind this inquiry; xenophobia being the abhorrence of or partiality against individuals from other countries. Among these two reasons, bigotry (partiality, separation, or opposition coordinated against somebody of an alternate race dependent on the conviction that one's own race is superior) and sex (segregation on grounds of sex or sex; sexual discrimination) will likewise be investigated as a thought process behind not utilizing hijab-wearing ladies. With Britain being such a multicultural nation, the mix of networks and an improvement in resistance and regard, there are presently laws set up to shield individuals from separation. Article 14 of the Human Rights Act (1998) "necessitates that the majority of the rights and opportunities set out in the Act must be ensured and applied without separation" hence it is "unlawful to segregate on a wide scope of grounds including 'sex, race, shading, language, religion, political or other sentiment, national or social birthplace, relationship with a national minority, property, birth or other status'". Despite laws being set up, there are numerous instances of this enactment being disregarded and broken; these will be additionally talked about in this paper. The finish of this exposition will clarify the most remarkable factor that prompts the work segregation (this is a type of separation dependent on race, sex, religion, national source, physical or mental handicap, age, sexual direction, and sex character by employers) of hijab-wearing ladies. As Islam is presently the second biggest religion in the world-firmly following Christianity-numerous nations and governments in Europe have endeavored to react in an all the more obliging route through giving a reasonable system on the preparation of imams and perceiving the Muslim associations that might be qualified for open budgetary help in addition to other things.  In 2009 the Equality and Human Rights Commission propelled a Muslim Women Power List to commend the assessed 100,000 Muslim ladies in the United Kingdom who were working at the time. The expectation behind this rundown was to bring issues to light as far as the various Muslim ladies who were in charge of pivotal social, financial and political change, almost certainly revealing insight onto the huge commitments that have been and still have the capability of being made. In spite of this, there are as yet jobless Muslim ladies who are side-lined inside captivated networks. The way things are, 5.4% of the all inclusive community is jobless in the United Kingdom though ,for British Muslims, it is 12.8%.It is obvious to see that the positive endeavors to incorporate Islam and Muslims into the UK are seriously undermined when establishments and government offices issue bans on Muslims to wear hijabs. The thinking behind this has been to keep away from the sexualisation of young ladies. This boycott reflects the activities of a few European nations that have now presented laws restricting school understudies from wearing the headscarf. In these nations, government employees are likewise restricted from wearing things of dress, which could be contended to be an image of non-coordination, contemplated by the standard of secularism which is seen all through Europe. The obsession of the media with religious garments inside the media and legislative issues is fuelling the prejudice of the greater part, at the same time initiating the feelings of dread of the minority. The remarks made by Salma Yaqoob (a well-regarded Muslim councilor) during the extended media banter on wearing the full-face shroud demonstrates the trashing of all Muslim women: 'We are either poor wretched females requiring saving or we are a danger in view of the garments we wear. Indeed, which is it?' From a business' perspective, the up-and-comer's social aptitudes are likewise placed into inquiry, subsequently, though they themselves may not be questioning of hijab-wearing Muslim ladies, the competitor's capacity to coordinate and associate with various networks abroad is considered. The secularism in different nations, particularly in Europe will make it exceptionally hard for individuals to concentrate on the message she and her manager might attempt to convey. In nations like France and Germany, these issues may emerge from their [France's] customary thought of secularism where there is an exacting partition among religion and legislative issues and the transfer of religion to the private circle. The French law against the wearing of prominent things of religious garments in school was set up in 2004 and was non-oppressive as in it applied to all religions, (for example, Sikhs wearing the turban and Christians wearing crucifixes.) According to the Ministry of National Education, this law has gotten the aftereffect of guaranteeing that religious images in schools have for all intents and purposes vanished, anyway it very well may be censured this may not be the situation for the individuals who have been taught abroad or the individuals who have been instructed in (chiefly Catholic) tuition based schools. The Ministry of National Education additionally doesn't recognize the way that the lives of Muslim ladies moms and little girls have been drastically changed through the demonization of the hijab prompting embarrassment and misuse (this is obviously particularly experienced in instructive organizations). Hijab-wearing Muslim ladies have been kept from going about as observers at wedding services and have been restricted from juries. It is obvious to see that this law is being translated such that Muslim young ladies and ladies who wear the hijab have very limited social equality. During the instance of Bougnaoui and Micropole SA, Ms Bougnaoui confronted a similar treatment. Ms Bougnaoui (who is a hijab-wearing rehearsing Muslim lady) was utilized by Micropole as a structure engineer. The organization got a whine about her from a customer who felt humiliated and various representatives who mentioned the organization that there be 'no cloak next time'. At the point when asked by the organization to not wear a hijab next time when visiting customers, Ms Bougnaoui cannot and was therefore rejected. She at that point raised a case for religious segregation in the French Labor Tribunal anyway was fruitless in this and in the accompanying intrigue. The Court of Cassation alluded this to the Court of Justice of the European Union after a further intrigue for a primer decision. Article 4(1) gives that a distinction in the treatment dependent on an ensured trademark might be legal. Mss Bougnaoui's expulsion could be seen as a demonstration of direct separation since it is apparent that it was a preclusion on her demeanor of her religion through the hijab. In spite of the fact that this doesn't really imply that she was expelled on the grounds that she was a Muslim lady (as the forbiddance on direct segregation in the Directive stretches out to appearances of religion or conviction), it is obvious to see that Ms Bougnaoui had been dealt with less positively than a comparator would have been treated in a homogeneous circumstance. Backer General Sharpston affirmed that the treatment Ms Bougnaoui had looked as far as her expulsion was a demonstration of direct segregation since it was apparent that it was in light of the fact that she was wearing religious clothing. Separation would possibly be legitimate whenever dependent on a 'word related prerequisite' (which is the point at which a business can demonstrate it's important for somebody to have a specific ensured trademark to carry out a responsibility along these lines it may not be unlawful discrimination.). Examples of this is the point at which a Sikh worker demands wearing their turban when working at a post that requires the wearing of defensive headgear, (for example, a hard cap). Essential research demonstrates that hijab-wearing ladies from Slough have additionally confronted comparative disconnection, demonstrating that this issue isn't exclusively experienced by ladies traveling to another country. One of the members confronted an encounter where one of her associates advised the other to "not to associate with any semblance of her." This demonstrates regardless of whether a hijab-wearing lady doesn't confront business segregation she may proceed to confront separation in the work environment. This case is a prime case of when the laws in the United Kingdom may shield a representative from such sorts of separation anyway there may not be such strong estimates set up in different nations, making it hard for a business to energetically place themselves in this kind of bind as it is a mishap as far as proficiency yet the organization picture and notoriety may likewise be undermined. This being stated, in Germany (and Austria), the concordat (an understanding particularly between the Vatican and a common government identifying with issues of shared interest) among state and the congregation formally perceives religious networks and gives uncommon status and rights. This records for the particular issues related with incorporating Islam in Ge>GET ANSWER