Chinese Religons Session 1 & 2

Chinese Religons Session 1 & 2 - Chinese Religons...

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Chinese Religons Session 1: Origins—11/15/2011 6. The Classical Period (845-1279CE) - Neo-Confucianism - Daoism and Buddhism are too focused on monastery, not interested enough in family/monastery - Borrows important elements from Daoism and Buddhism - Creating a new brand of Confucianism - Zhou Dunyi (1017-1073): Great Ultimate - What you discover is the chi - Great sage should recognize reality in all things, will practice meditation - Qi= Great Ultimate - Dominant among upper class - Daoist among middle class Chinese Religons Session 2: Worldview—11/15/2011 - Overriding Principle in China is Harmony - Harmony happens at all levels - Overriding Concern: Maintaining harmony - Everything is in the world - Harmony= To fit together - Goal: Allowing harmony to shine through - Yin and Yang - Basic forces of nature - Yin= Passive force, that maintains - Yang= Active force, that initiates - Energy and Entropy - Yin: Dark, earth, female, autumn, valley, west - Yang: Bright, heaven, male, spring, mountain, east
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course RELS 301 taught by Professor Lloydmoffett during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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