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CHINA and the HUMAN Side of BUSINESS
(zhong guo) The Middle Kingdom: The centre of the world?
Innate Sense of Superiority + Newly Acquired Economic Power = Threat to the World!?
The Forbidden City
The Meridian Gate
The Gate of Supreme Harmony
The Hall of Supreme Harmony
The Hall of Middle Harmony
To Impartially Adhere to the Middle Way
The Iliad and the Odyssey Love and War Honour and Glory Organisation and Heroism
The Book of History
To Impartially Adhere to the Middle Way Emperor Yu Emperor Shun
A Philosophy that Seeks to Avoid Extremes and Hold a Balanced, Moderate Position.
Social Structure ContrastGuanxi
Chinese Concept of Guanxi
Without expectations, you will be strong; with tolerance, you will be big.
Before marriage know your partners weaknesses; in marriage use your partners strengths. - Chinese proverb
Virtue is the root; wealth is the consequence. - Confucius, 500 BC
Without self-interest, your interests succeed. - Lao Tzu, 500 BC
We may compare the superior man to an archer. When the archer fails to hit the target, he blames himself for being unskilled. - Confucius, 500 BC
China has risen as a result of its learning from the West. What can the West learn from China? PACIFIC OCEAN China USA
What brings them together? According to the signed pre- marriage contract, Douglas is obliged, “in the case of cheat, to pay his dear wife 2.8 million.
Culture of Early China Ping Yao City Hall Gate, Shanxi Province Qing dynasty Corner Tower, Forbidden City, Beijing.
Sara Hsu. History of Globalization: A parable Study the past if you would define the future. -- Confucius If your enemy is secure at all points,
12 th Grade World History 1 st 9 Weeks Test 1 Review.
Philosophy & Religion in China Taoism Taoism Confucianism Confucianism.
Philosophy & Religion in China Early Ideology Confucianism.
CHINA’S ANCIENT PHILOSOPHIES
Built between , the Forbidden City in Beijing, China was home to the royalty of China for 500 years.
Zhou Dynasty of China King Cheng of the Zhou
Confucianism, Taoism, and Legalism. Confucianism 551 – 479 B.C.E. Lived during the time of Buddha in India. Became a teacher & book editor, not a religious.
Eastern Philosophy Thoughts that guided early eastern society.
Defending the Emperor and the Imperial City. Forbidden City The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palacefrom the Ming Dynasty to the end of the.
Confucianism / Taoism.
E. Napp The Zhou and the Qin Dynasties In this lesson, students will be able to identify characteristics of the Zhou and Qin dynasties. Students will be.
4-4 “The Unification of China” The social order of the warring states contributes to the development of three Chinese ethical systems.
Confucianism / Daoism.
Taoism 1. Living in Harmony n All aspects of the universe are in harmony, each part nurturing and balancing the whole n Human beings are considered part.
Business and Professional Ethics: Principles and Practices (Prof. Dennis P. McCann, CRRS Lecturer) Outline of Topic The Problem of “Market Morality”: Profit.
2 Great Chinese Philosophers Confucius & Lao Tzu.
Belief Systems: Confucianism, Legalism, & Daoism Global Studies 9 Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Bernier.
10/28 Focus 10/28 Focus – Conflicts during the Warring States Period at the end of the Zhou Dynasty led many people to question the nature of society and.
The Life and Legacy of Confucius l Born in 551B.C.E. to a noble but poor family. l Confucius died in 479 B. C. E. l Confucius was an exceptional student.
Philosophy & Religion in China
Imperial Palace The Forbidden City In Beijing, China Its called the Forbidden City because it was forbidden for commoner to enter upon pain of death. It.
The Forbidden City.
Philosophy Shapes Culture
Three Religions of China Religions of China Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism.
“Lead the people by laws and regulate them by punishments, and the people will simply try to keep out of jail, but will have no sense of shame… Lead the.
Aim: Why do Legalism and Taoism develop in China?.
HISTORY OF ART & ARCHITECTURE 3 China: Art, Architecture & Interior THE FORBIDDEN CITY Location of the Forbidden City in the historic centre of Beijing.
Warring Kingdoms Unite Coach Parrish Chapter 5, Section 3 OMS.
Confucianism B.C. Confucius - China’s 1st great thinker/teacher who wanted to end China’s problems and bring peace. He believed: That people needed.
Chinese Art. Use OPTICS What common theme do you see in the previous two paintings? What does this tell you about Chinese culture?
Homework C-5 due Thursday.. Aim #6: How did the philosophy of Daoism offer an alternative to Confucianism? Do Now: Of the different aspects of society.
Confucianis m Knowing Your Place. China’s Feudal Age China was divided into many warring kingdoms - No unity, anarchy reigned. K’ung Fu-tzu (551-
Chinese Philosophies & Religions. I. Confucianism A. Confucius 1. Lived from 551 BC to 479 BC 2. Lived during a very chaotic time in Chinese history.
The Tenets. * 551 – 479 B.C.E. * Born in the feudal state of Liu. * Became a teacher and editor of books.
Three Philosophies of China Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism.
Preteaching: Chinese Religions Origins to the Present.
By: Amanda Mellin. K’ung Fu Tzu Confucius Born in 551 BC in the state of Lu He wandered through many states in China, giving advice to their rulers.
I want to show you the Beauty of China!!!. The Yangtze River The Yangtze River is in Eastern China, nearer to the Pacific Ocean. There are long rivers.
Chinese Empires and Religions. Emperor Qin Shi Huang ordered the beginning of construction on The Great Wall in 221 BCE as a defense against nomadic invaders.
Objectives: Students will be able to explain the main beliefs of Taoism and Confucianism. Question: Explain the idea of the 4 Noble Truths. Agenda:
World History. Background… The late period of the Zhou Dynasty was marked by great social change. Out of this social change came two new belief systems;
The Fall of India and India Writing Assessment
Global History and Geography 9
A. Most famous and important of early Chinese thinkers B. Born in 551 BC to a noble but poor family C. Loved learning and was largely self taught D. Hoped.
To know what we know, and know what we do not know, is wisdom.
Three Chinese Philosophies Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism.
Warm up Essential Question: What role do belief systems play in society? Draw a diagram of the Chinese village on page 46 in the notebook.
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