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SS Chapter 8 Lesson 2

The study of basic truths and ideas about the universe (8-2) Philosophy
Three ancient philosophies that began in China (8-2) Legalism,Confucianism & Daoism
The form of Chinese government that used strict laws and harsh punishments to control its people (8-2) Legalist or Legalism
Supporter of Legalism who believed that individuals who did not report lawbreakers should literally be cut in half (8-2) Shang Yang
Belief system based on the teachings of the Chinese scholar Confucius (8-2) Confucianism
Basis of Confucius code of proper conduct in the family and society (8-2) five relationships
A teaching of Confucianism that called for respect of ones parents and ancestors (8-2) Filial piety
Chinese philosphy based on the teachings of Laozi (8-2) Daoism
The universal force in Daoist belief that guides all things (8-2) The Dao, ore the way
Term for the Daoist idea of opposite forces interacting and balancing each other (8-2) Ying and Yang
Created by: ShariBH