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The Unification of China

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What period were the Warring States? 403-211 B.C.E
Who was the leader who put political and social order? Kong Fuzi ( 551-479 B.C.E) also known as Confucius
What are the Analects? A collection of sayings and ideas attributed to Confucius
what is a Junzi? A superior individual who did not allow personal interest influence their judgments.
what is Ren? a confucian virtue of kindness and benevolence or a sense of humanity
what is Li? a sense of propriety,show respect, treat others human beings with courtesy
what is Xiao? attitude of obedience and respect towards parents and other family members.
Minor crimes such as as pollution can cause what? Amputation or arm or feet
Qin dynasty established what kind of government? Centralized imperial rule
What was included in Qin Shihuangdi's tomb? slaves, concubines, and those who built the tomb
For how long did Han Wudi reign? 54 years, 141-87 B.C.E
What did the Han dynasty teach to children? To respect their parents and their elders
The majority of Chinese populations was dedicated to what? cultivating grains and vegetables
What id daoism? understanding of the fundamental character of the world and nature
Daodejing visoned what ? a tiny self-sufficient community who did not desire to conquer neighbors, instead they would be happy along their neighbors.
Daoism balanced between what? actvism and extroversion
Legalist focused on what? on the state in which they planed to strengthen and expand
Created by: kiara3102