Lecture VI - 2/5/08 Lecture VI The Son of Heaven and the...

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2/5/08 Lecture VI The Son of Heaven and the Son of God Confucianism and Catholicism in China INTRO Confucianism and Govermant Emperor-The son of Heaven Kowtow Scholarly Gentry Confucius Analects Difficult Examination system The Confucian Tradition and New Cultural Influences: Zhu Xi Christianity in China Nestorians The Pope of the Mongols Matteo Ricci Jesuits, or Society of Jesus Ignatius of Loyola The Spritual Ecercises The Confucian Classics Ricci Studies Confucian Classics. Translating Christianity into Chinese Impediments Comprimises- perform mass, in Chinese. Include some Confucian teachings. The End of the Jesuit Mission: Competing Religious Orders- orders did not like Jesuit monopoly, especially the Dominicans and the Franciscans. Who later on take their problem to the pope. The pope intervenes and issues some idiacs that the Jesuit (1704 and 1715) ideas Were incompatible with the christen religion. The Legacy of the Mission- the mission will have impact, and Christianity will fade in china in the 16 th century.1) Jesuits will reintroduce the western world to China. 2) some
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course WORLD CIV. 2013 taught by Professor Gradstudent during the Spring '08 term at Arkansas.

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Lecture VI - 2/5/08 Lecture VI The Son of Heaven and the...

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