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History 20 12 September, 2017 Chapter 4: The Secular Made Sacred Developing the Humanistic Traditions of China and Hellas: 600-200 B.C.E. Chinese and Greeks have a deity and spirit for all functions that are unimaginable and observed a wide range of religious taboos and rituals. However, contemporaries in India and Southwest Asia have increased religious thought to abstract thinking, but the religion of China and Greeks was most practical in most cases. The social and spiritual crisis of Iron of Iron was realistic in China and Greece just like any other area. In China, various philosophers provided insight as to how humans should behave in relation to family, state and nature. Most Greek social philosophers thought that personal talent and fostering good citizens were complementary. Adults were the best citizens. In addition, a very influential group in China and Greece attended objective research on the physical environment, thereby becoming the first natural scientist in the world. China: Thought and Action in Search of Harmony Weaker east Zhou of the abolition and the collapse of the Western Zhou family monarchy, indicates the end of all of the effective kingship in China, reached the time of 5 0 0 years the provincial stand on the stage of the center. Zhou continued fulfilling the traditional religious role and received nominal obedience from the army. However, the true power was in the hands of the regional lords who developed bureaucratic government and a mighty army. As all these things are confused, it proved to be an inspiration for intellectual activity. Occasional social falls due to the demands of national craft at the regional level and the conflict between these countries stimulated the development of political theory and social philosophy. Chinese historians traditionally categorized the period from 475 to 221 B.C as the era of wartime. Armed forces of drafted feet and horse soldiers became larger and deadlier. Along with that, the intellectuals tried to cope with this changing world. From 260 to 221 BC, the most aggressive and the best war national organization, Qin conquered all rival forces in China and established a short-lived yet important new ruling family of the Qin Dynasty. The Qin dynasty, left behind by the law and political harshness, collapsed in the beginning of the year 206. However, within four years, the general popular Liu Bang reformed the empire by building the long and successful Han Dynasty. Extreme measures of the Qin administration did not trust legal philosophy as philosophy, but the organization structure and administrative procedures inspired
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by lawyers became a highly concentrated Han Empire framework. However, by the second half of the 2nd century, the Han dynasty adopted a calm and more humane Confucian philosophy as a female ideology.
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