Released: Dec 20, 2013 8:54 AMQuestion 11 / 1 pointSouthern Song philosopher Zhu Xi (1130-1200) wrote commentaries to the Five Classics, which he praised as the basis for the education and cultivation of scholars.TrueFalse
Question 21 / 1 pointAlthough the public status of women appeared to decline during the Song period, women's literacy increased.
Question 31 / 1 pointThe Four Books of the Confucian tradition included the Great Learning (Daxue), the primer Elementary Learning (Xiaoxue), the Confucian Analects (Lunyu), and the Doctrine of the Mean (Zhongyong)
Question 41 / 1 pointThe revived Confucianism of the Song period was often called Neo-Confucianism, which emphasized self-cultivation as a path not only to self-fulfillment but to the formation of a virtuous and harmonious society and state.
Question 51 / 1 pointThe states north of Song were controlled by various ethnic groups and their respective dynasties, including the Khitan Liao and the Jurchen Yuan.TrueFalse