study for exam - Lao-Tze-a legendary figure who lived in China in the 6th century he became famous as a sage or a wise man During the age of China

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Lao-Tze-a legendary figure who lived in China in the 6th century, he became famous as a sage or a wise man. During the age of China called the age of philosophers. He is the author of the tao te ching and is the founder of the taoist religion in china. His teachings and writings taught of a nonaggressive approach to life and a historical difference to the powers in the world. He also worked as a librarian. Legalism- legalism is a philosophy of administration in ancient china. it was worked as almost a government type as political figures took total control of the societies. Legalism was accepted around 300 BC to 200 BC. at the time of conquest in the six kingdoms of warring states, by the kingdom of Qin. the time of creation by the chinese empire. 100 schools of thought- philosophies and schools that flourished from the 6th century to 221 BC, during the warring states period. It brought great cultural expansion to china. But also war and chaos. It was known as the golden age of china though for the broad range of ideas and thinking going on. Sun Tzu- he was a chinese general and military strategist, writer and philosopher. Sun tzu was credited for Art of War. an influential writing to military strategy that affected eastern and west asia philosophy and military thinking. He focused on strategies and the art of deceit and spies to defeat enemies and making alliances.

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