So you’re into the first few weeks of your philosophy class and lectures on Confucius are downright confusing. The solution? Seek clarity by asking questions.
Oftentimes, students feel embarrassed about making queries for fear of sounding unintelligent. However, if the great sage has you dazed, it is likely that your classmates are also feeling befuddled. In fact, they will probably be relieved to hear somebody ask for clarification. And remember, no one can know everything–not even philosophers!