Presentation on theme: "David Bauer. Intro This is a couple parts of chapter 21 that I enjoyed which were the three philosophies, the Zhou Dynasty, and some extra interesting."— Presentation transcript:
Intro This is a couple parts of chapter 21 that I enjoyed which were the three philosophies, the Zhou Dynasty, and some extra interesting facts that I put at the end.
The Zhou Dynasty King Wu was the first ruler of the Zhou dynasty. He was considered a just and able leader. This dynasty replaced the Shang dynasty. The three philosophies came after feudalism. Feudalism kept China stable for a while but eventually they came up with the three ancient Chinese philosophies.
Confucianism Founded by Cunfucius The goal was just and peaceful society There are five basic relationships: ruler and subject, husband and wife, father and son, older sibling and younger sibling, and friend and friend.
Daoism Founded by Laozi Based from Dao; the force that gave order to the natural world Yin means shaded and Yang sunlit
Legalism Founded by Hanfeizi Based on the idea that all people are selfish People that do a bad job or deed shall be harshly punished, killed, or banished.
Interesting Facts With Legalism if a worker built a bad house they may have to die for it. All of the three philosophies were created to create a peaceful society and order in society. After Feudalism and before the three philosophies their was a time of disorder and chaos.