Unification of China - Unification of China: Qin and Han 1....

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1. Warring states a. End of Zhou rule: Problems b. Forced rethinking of society c. Led to Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism 2. Pre- Unification Ideologies a. Confucious- Kong Fuzi b. Aristocrat from Lu N. China c. Educator; Advisor d. Inflexible, unemployed e. Had Adherents f. His ideas packaged as Analects Analects- ideas put together in books 3. Confucian Ideas a. Very ridorous and practical b. Order and balance in relationships c. Used Iunzi “Superior individuals”. Objective d. Followers studied Zhou- era humanities i. Books of songs, history, rights e. Lasting influence- 20 th century 4. Confucian Values a. Govt officials should have: i. Advanced education ii. Moral probity iii. Ren- Compassion, Humanitarian iv. Li- proper behavior, respect authority v. Xiao- fitial piety b. signifigance- exemplary life 1. adaptability of idea 5. Daoism a. Genesis: Warring states b. Founder: Lao Zi c. Major Works: i. Daodejing, Zhuangzi d. Aim: Understand Dao- The Way
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor B during the Spring '08 term at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

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