Yi: Riteousness, Book 2:3, and Book 4:11
Sincerity does not always mean being blunt or frank. Yi is an intuition towards
righteousness, an inner voice that directs us towards what we ought to do.
This should be developed and followed to
Running head: IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL
Platos Phaedo Central Theme
The Immortality of the Soul
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IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL
Socrates like many people today held the belief that a human being comprise of two separate
entities ; body and soul, an
Tao, Qi, Ying and Yang, and Mengzi
Tao pg. 5
The right way to do something, came to be a moral way. The linguistic account, and the
metaphysical entity of how people are supposed to react. The riteous way. For
Confucius the Tao is related to the way of he
Sagliness Within/ Sagliness Without
Sagliness Within/ Kingliness without- to be someone as a sage within, and a king
A sage is someone saintly within, and a king without is someone who has been able to
practice their virtue, the accomplishments
A proper, peaceable society is a well ordered, structural society. Asymmetrical
relationships and hierarchical relationships.
In maintaining them, there should be moral relationships.
Vertical lines, asymmetry. Lack of asymmetry is horizontal. These rela
Ren: Ren is often translated as human-heartedness.
It can also be translated as goodness. (in our copy of the Analects).
He would generally refrain from giving a strict definition of Ren.
He did not give a precise definition; what it means to achieve Ren
Phil 202 Intro
Five Emporers/Sage Kings/ Semi-divine humans)- harkens back to a more ideal
Yao followed the five emperors, 2357-2256 BCE
Shun was Yaos minister. 2255-2206 BCE
Yu- founded the first dynasty in China- Dynasty of Hsia(Xia) 2183-1752
Li: Li only has one transliteration.
It originally meant holy rights and holy sacrificial ceremony.
Confucious translated it broadly as the rules of propriety; correct manners, rules for
custom, rules for how to govern oneself, including
Confucius Texts, The Rectification of Names, and Contextualized Person
Book of Change( I Ching, Yijing)- a guide to using sticks of different lengths in divination
and other ceremonies
Book of Odao/ Poetry- collection of poetry and folk songs
Book of Hist
Western and Eastern Chou
1027-771-Golden Age of Chou, recalled as age of peace.
After the goverent is overthrown, you have the later Chou, from 770-221
This is the dwindling of the Chou dynasty and the rise of the dwindling states .
Xungzi: Sense Organs, Heart-Mind, and Rules
Sense Organs: He says that it is a given, a group biological response, that we prefer
things that are pleasing to them. -pleasing
Heart Mind: Involves emotions, love, hate, joy, sorrow, anger, happiness, joy
Running head: SHINZO ABES REGIME
Political Economy of Japan during Shinzo
Vicky L. King, PhD
SHINZO ABES REGIME
Considered as the second largest and strongest economy in the world, Japans economy