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Question 41 / 1 pointThe revived Confucianism of the Song period was often called Neo-Confucianism, which emphasized self-cultivation as a path not only to self-fulfillment but to the formation of a virtuous and harmonious society and state.TrueFalseView FeedbackCorrect. Question 51 / 1 pointThe states north of Song were controlled by various ethnic groups and their respective dynasties, including the Khitan Liao and the Jurchen Yuan.View FeedbackQuestion 61 / 1 pointUnder Mongol rule, the Chinese were placed in occupational categories based on heredity, with occasional opportunities for Chinese to rise in status.
View FeedbackCorrect.Question 71 / 1 pointDuring the Kamakura period, the six Heian sects as well as the Tendai and Shingon sects dominated Buddhist thought and practice.View Feedback