The 3 philosophies
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Confucianism is founded by a man named Confucius, and he taught people to respect elders and be kind to people around you. Also, his teachings were still used today. As a matter of fact, civil servants were required to test themselves to treat the other people in the government fair and be honest.
What did the book called Analects collected about Confucius, and did it catch anyone's attention to read the book about his teachings?
Daoism is founded by a man named Lao-Tzu, and the rule of Daoism is to live a way of a normal life. For example, you shouldn't keep all your rare loot of gold, money, or valuable jewelries at home because robbers might rob all your belongings. It's like common sense. In addition, Daoist encouraged the government to rule less harshly.
Why did the founder Lao-Tzu quit his government duties and moved out of China to teach people to live a normal life?
Why does the Qin Dynasty needed this law in order to make a strong army and organized government?
Legalism is founded by a man named Hanfeizi, and he was concerned about the world peace and the government order like Confucius, but he made his own laws by making the laws more harsher and more fairer. For example, if you do something bad, you will receive huge punishment or if you something good, you will receive a reward. Furthermore, they are naturally selfish and want to be powerful leaders.
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