• Midterm Study Guide Fall 2012
    samurai ruled in japan from 12-19th cen • Samurai’s seven virtues Sample essay questions: • Compare/contrast (Confucianism, Mencius, Xunzi, Legalism, Mohism, Laozi and Zhuangzi’s Daoism, Neo-Confucianism, the different sects of Chinese and Japanese Buddhism, Bushido...
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  • Paham1
    late finals will be accepted. 1. Please list the major tenets (principles, beliefs, or doctrines) of the four major philosophical schools of China (e.g. Daoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, and Legalism). (10 points) Daoism-the state of nothingness. To understand we are all a tiny part of a huge...
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  • World Religion
    Legalism that created unification in China. They both focus on self-improvement: Confucianism in the form of relations with others, and Daoism in the form of relations with oneself and nature. Confucianism and Daoism clearly have strong contrasts, but many people believe that for a person to be...
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  • Confucianism, Legalism, Daosim
    Compare and Contrast Ancient Philosophy Essay China was built by three ancient philosophies. Each has its own meanings; each had its own ways of seeing the nature of human beings, society and the universe. These three philosophies were Legalism, Confucianism and Daoism. Although they each have...
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    make people better or more sagely? Compare and contrast Confucianism and Daoism in terms of: (a) how they define the ideal person; (b) the process by which one can become such a person. Note: This is an exam, not a term paper. Therefore, to answer the question requires nothing other...
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  • Chaptter 1
    China’s political system. 6. How does “Legalismcontrast with Confucian values? When did “Legalism” become the dominant philosophy in China? “Legalism” contrasted with Confucian values because Legalism did not question the purpose of life nor did it question nature. Both Confucianism and...
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  • His 103 Disscusion 1
    Week 2 Discussion 1 The Daoism (Taoism) Legalism and the Confucianism all came from the same belief of peace and accord in the society of the Chinese. Legalism wanted a strong political body for a solution of the troubles in contemporartt society. But Confucianism and Daoism (Taoism) a...
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  • Influences of China
    control over the country in part because of the influence of Daoism, Confucianism and, Legalism. Daoism or Taoism is philosophical and religious tradition that emphasizes living in harmony with the Tao. Laozi, Daoism’s founder believed that the way to happiness was for the people accept the...
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  • Early Indochina
    1.) Why did the political chaos of the Period of the Warring States give rise to philosophies such as Confucianism, Legalism, and Daoism? Compare and contrast these philosophies and explain which would be the most effective in ruling a large, complex society such as China. The doctrine of Legalism...
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  • Chinese Schools
    Iacovet Natalia EMREI 103 | International Management | Chinese Schools of Thought: Confucianism,Taoism,Legalism | Confucianism History Life of Confucius Confucius was born in 551 BC in the small feudal state of Lu in what is now Shantung Province. Confucius' ancestors were probably...
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  • Slide
    China. Completion of projects like the Great Wall. Caused widespread resentment among common people, led to wider acceptance of Confucianism-Daoism. Contrast: Confucianism-Daoism-LegalismConfucianism creating orderly society active relationships, active gov’t To guide relationships People...
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  • Hum130
    . Week Four: Buddhism • Explain the origins of Buddhism. • Describe Buddhism’s theological foundations and spiritual practices. Week Five: Daoism, Confucianism, and Judaism • Compare and contrast the theological foundations and spiritual practices of Daoism, Confucianism...
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  • Bloobedy
    Zhou period stand? That is, what in general did Confucianism, Legalism, Daoism, and Mohism have in common? On what points did they differ? You may wish to consider broad issues of human nature; the nature of the world/cosmos; the question of how to achieve the just and well-ordered society; and the...
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  • Eastern Philosophy
    the countries of East Asia including China, Japan and Korea as well as Vietnam as well. Zhu Xi is considered as the biggest master of Song Neo-Confucianism and Wang Yangming is the one of Ming's. But there are conflicts between Zhu's school and Wang's. 3. Taoism Taoism (or Daoism) is the...
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  • Education in Chinese Philosophy
    education, there is just differing motivation behind their rationale. All three schools, Confucianism, Legalism, and Taoism, all possess unique perspective on the relevance of education on both the individual and government level. Perhaps Confucius starkly contrasts with the other two the...
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  • China's Three Philosophies
    a government with “superior men”, and wanted laws that made people afraid to do wrong, instead (3). Daoism (or Taoism) was founded by LaoZi (Old Master). Scholars don't know for sure if he really existed or not. The Daodejing recorded all of his teachings. Unlike Confucianism and Legalism...
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  • Contrast & Compare
    Name: ___________________________________ Period: __________ Date: _____________ THE COMPARE & CONTRAST ESSAY PACKET UNDERSTANDING WORDS Before students plan and write essays, they must understand the tasks that the prompts ask them to perform. This begins with understanding the words...
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  • DBQ-Buddhism
    DBQ-Buddhism Buddhism was gradually bought to China but not all of the Chinese residents accepted these new philosophies because it sharply contradicted with Confucianism, Legalism, and Daoism. Buddhism philosophies are accepted by the lower classes, shot down by higher classes, and many...
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  • Confucianism and Taoism
    on more abstract meanings. Tao is rarely an object of worship, being treated more like the Central Asian concepts of atman and dharma.[2] The word "Taoism" is used to translate different Chinese terms. Daojiao (道教 "teachings/religion of the Dao") refers to Daoism as a religion. Daojia (道家 "school of...
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  • Chinese
    1. Subject Matter: The Chinese Civilization 2. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students are expected to: A. Cognitive domain a. describe the Shia (Xia), Shang and Chou periods ; b. differentiate Confucianism, legalism, and Daoism in terms of their principles; c. justify the incorporation...
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