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LIFE IN ANCIENT CHINA CHAPTER 7 SECTION 2
MAIN IDEAS LIFE IN ANCIENT CHINA: Chinese society had three main social classes: landowning aristocrats, farmers, and merchants. CHINESE THINKERS: Three Chinese philosophies, Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism, grew out of a need for order.
MEETING PEOPLE Confucius: Laozi: Hanfeizi:
VOCABULARY Social class: Filial piety: Confucianism: Daoism: Legalism:
QUESTIONS EXPLAIN: Why did the amount of land owned by each aristocrat decrease over time? EXPLAIN: Why did Hanfeizi believe that people needed laws and punishment?
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