WHOct19th2006 - eternal happiness Effects on Chinese Life-This system was concerned with worldly goals especially how to ensure social order and

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Dustin Lee 10/19/2006 World History Block F Confucianism Legalism Daoism Buddhism Beliefs - Developed a philosophy, or system of ideas, such as salvation - The five relationships - Everyone has duties and responsibilitie s - Created by Hanfeizi - The nature of man is evil. His goodness is acquired - “Seek” the way - Created by Laozi - Laozi looked beyond everyday cares to focus on the Dao - The promise of escape from suffering - Mahayana Buddhism offered the hope of
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Unformatted text preview: eternal happiness. Effects on Chinese Life-This system was concerned with worldly goals, especially how to ensure social order and good government-The inferiors owed loyalty and obedience to their superiors-Passed strict laws-Imposed harsh punishments-Government is the source of many problems-If the people are difficult to govern, it is because those in authority are too fond of action-Took down Daoism a other stuff...
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