Unification of China - 2 Government ii Zuni – Humans are...

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Unification of China I. Political & Social order a. No priestly class i. More innovative, independent thinking b. Kong Fuzi ( Confucius ) – 551 – 479 B.C.E. c. Analects d. Junri “Superior men” – Staff government positions i. Core values ii. Ren (Benevolence) iii. Li (Propriety) iv. Xiao (Filial piety) e. Confucians i. Menicus 1. Believed humans to be basically good
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Government ii. Zuni – Humans are selfish 1. Harsh social discipline f. Daoism i. Criticizes the social activism of the Confucians 1. Instead of creating a better society; spend more time in reflection 2. Life of introspection ii. “Wuwei” 1. Removal from the world...
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