Ch 21 Ancient Chinese Philosophies
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Confucianism is following a good example or setting a good example. For example, a son should listen to their Dad but the Dad should set a good example for the son. The founder, Confucius, wanted people to be a better person so he created Confucianism. 1. Did the kings have to follow other people's examples also? 2. Where and when was Confucius born and died?
Taoism is meditating and having a simple life. You can't be too rich or poor. If you are wealthy, you have a higher chance of getting robbed, but if you are poor, you'll have to suffer. Laozi, the founder of Taoism, wanted to make everybody equal so he created Taoism. 1. What represented the opposite forces of nature? 2. Was Laozi real or is he a myth?
Legalism is having strict laws. People who did bad deeds would be punished, but the people who were good were rewarded. The Qin Dynasty honored this philosophy. The founder, Hanfeizi, thought that people were too selfish so he created Legalism. 1. What two things did Hanfeizi see the end of? 2.Where and when was Hanfeizi born and died?
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