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How does Daoism compare with Confucianism? Confucianism teaches how to act toward others; Daoism teaches how to act toward oneself and nature. Confucianism says rulers should provide the people's basic needs; Daoism thinks the ruler should create a social structure. Confucianism valued nature and human relationships; Daoism dealt with strong leaders and their methods. Confucianism addressed how rulers should behave toward their subjects; Daoism dealt with human and family relationships.

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