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Chinese Philosphies

Chinese Philosophies Review

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Philosophy based on rewards for behaving as you have been ordered as well as harsh punishments for those that do not. Leaders that followed this philosophy believe government's role is to be a strict enforcer. Legalism
Legalism is based on the underlying belief that all people are... Evil and Selfish
Philosophy based on respect to elders as well as members of the household and community they deemed to be in a higher position Confucianism
1. Ruler and Subject 2. Father and Son 3. Elder Brother and Younger Brother 4. Husband and Wife 5. Friend and Friend 5 basic relationships of Confucianism
This philosophy emphasizes living in harmony Daoism/Taoism
The yin and yang represents the belief in Daoism that opposite chi energies can't exist without the other. What would be the opposite chi energy for hot? Cold
Of the 3 philosophies, which one will become to many in China a religion as opposed to just a philosophy of how to live? Daoism
Created by: dward5