Religion and Government

Religion and Government
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  • This is the opposite of what China looked like. We just put this stuff because why not?
  • Here lies the Han Dnynasty
  • R.I.P
  • Hey Buster did you hear about that new religion called Buddhism?
  • Well Gino, I cant say I have. How about you let me know about it?
  • The Chinese government was based off of Confucianism principles.  
  • Hey Greg, i love these new beliefs I have.
  • Hey Tarzan, why don't you follow these new beliefs?
  • Well now that the Han dynasty collapsed I guess they don't sound too bad.
  • After the fall of the Han Dynasty Buddhism and Daoism began to influence China.  
  • Hey there Rachel do you know why monasteries and temples were destroyed?
  • No Ben, I didn't. Why were they?
  • The spread of religions and ideals throughout the world happened because of merchants and missionaries who told other people about them.
  • Hey Lucy do you know what neo-Confucianism is?
  • No Bella, I don't. Why don't you tell me what it is?
  • At first, only merchants and intellectuals believed in these new ideas. After the collapse of the Han dynasty, these ideas were appealing to everyone.
  • Monasteries and temples were destroyed because of corruption that the land came with when the Buddhist monasteries had required.
  • Neo-Confucianism is a revised form of Confucianism that evolved as a response to Buddhism and held sway in China from the late Tang dynasty to the end of the dynastic system in the twentieth century. This neo-confucianism was divided into two groups: the material/spiritual.
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