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In this presentation you will be learning about the three chinese philosophies, confuciasm, Daoism, and Legalism, these were made by the Zhou Dynasty.
The Zhou Dynasty
The Zhou dynasty thought they had the right to rule china because they recieved the mandate of heaven. They overtook the shang dynasty and established a system called Feuldilism. They also established the three major schools that were: Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism.
Confucianism greatly influenced the Chinese culture and government. The goal was to achieve a just and peaceful society.
This teaching emphasizes proper behavior. The founder was named Kongfuzi. He lived from 551 to 479 B.C.E.
Daoism was the second teachng, this taught people to write and imagine. It taught people to live in harmony. It taught kings to govern less. The founder was Laozi and people aren't sure if he was a legend or an actual person.
Legalism was the last influence, it taught that people were naturally selfish. People said that kings shoud enforce strict laws and punish civil servants harshley if they did a poor job. People who were critizing the government were to be banished.
So now you know about the three major influences to china, and how they constucted the chinese culture and government.
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