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World History I, Unit 3 Notes

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World History 1
Daren Ray
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Date Created: 09/15/16
Classical Religions andPhilosophies Wednesday, September 14, 2016 2:00 PM I. IdeologyandLimitsofHumanperception a. Sage:a wiseperson,usedheretoincludebothphilosophersandreligiousleaders b. Ideology:asetofideasthat peopleusetoexplainthe worldaroundthem c. Both Religionandphilosophyproposeanswerstouniversalhumanexperiences d. Cosmology:whatisreal? i. Cosmology:theorderoflife,theuniverse,andeverything e. TheProblemofEvil:Whydo peoplesuffer? i. Philosophiesarewaysofexplainingrealitythroughreasoneddiscourse. II. Religiouscategories: a. Pantheism:naturepopulatedbyspiritsandgods b. Polytheism:worshipofmanygods c. Henotheism:worshipofonegodamongmany d. Monotheism:onlyoneGodexists III. A-theisticPhilosophies: a. Animism/non-theism-allmatterispervadedbyspirit b. Agnosticism-Godmightexist c. Atheism-Goddoesnotexist d. Secularism-separationofreligionfrompolitics e. Skepticism-wecannottrustreasonoroursensesonanything,whywouldwetrust"extra- sensory"experiences? f. Humanism-Historyiscreatedbyhumansonly IV. AfricanClassicalAge a. Afrasans i. Henotheistic: 1. Many gods andspirits,butworshiponlyone 2. Clanpriests 3. Early Judaism b. Niger-Congo i. Monotheism+Polytheism ii. Threelevels 1. SupremeGod 2. Territorialspirits 3. Ancestors iii. Mean peopleorspiritscauseevil"Witchcraft" c. Khoisan i. Animism(landscapesuffusedwithspirit) V. Zoroastrianism: a. ThefirstMonotheisticfaith b. Thereligion: i. AssociatedwiththePersianEmpire ii. Dualism:contestbetweenGood/Evil=reality iii. AhuraMazda (order)vs.Ahriman(chaos) iv. Avesta:HolyTexts(hymn-poems,rituals) c. Teachingsemphasizepersonalaccountability VI. Judaism a. ReligionoftheKingdomsofJudahandIsraelandlandofCanaan b. DivinelawsgiventhrucovenantwithGod c. Mosesa pivotalprophet,buttraditionstretchesbackatleastto Abraham d. Scripture:Torah e. No activemissionaryefforts,thoughpeoplecouldadoptthereligion. VII. Christianity: a. Jesus i. Claimedtobeamessiah ii. Taught divineloveofGodforall iii. Son ofGod iv. AimedtopurgeJewishpreisthood b. Scripture:Bible c. ChristianityspreadsinspiteofpersecutionbytheRomanEmpire. VIII. IndianReligions a. VedicReligions i. 1750-500 BC ii. Polytheistic,worshipedIndra iii. Rig Veda=hymnsofworship iv. Upanishads=wisdomofthesages b. Brahmanism(~1000 BC) i. Brahman=casteof priestsand"UltimateReality" ii. Laws ofManu recordlawsthat dictaterolesofoccupationalcastes(ex:Horizontal community) iii. Thisis thereligiondescribedintheUpanishads,includesnotionsofreincarnationand castes. c. ReactionstoBrahmanism i. Jainism:confinedtoSouthAsia ii. Mahavira,most influentialJainSage 1. Anti-materialistteaching: a. Nonviolence,speaktruth,nostealing,restraintfromsexandfood 2. Alllifeissacred 3. Wealthcreatessuffering 4. Enforcingvirtueishypocritical iii. Buddhism:foundedbyGautamaSiddartha 1. Ideasare spreadovertraderoutes 2. ThefirstWorld Religion 3. RejectsCaseas alimitonreligiousstatus 4. 3 jewels a. Buddha b. Dharma c. Sangha 5. 4 nobletruths:natureofsuffering,itsorigins,itscessation,andthewayleading to cesssation IX. China:Philosophies,notreligions a. Confucianism: filialpiety,benevolenthierarchy,emphasisonvirtue b. Daoism:dao"way",disengagementfromsociety,emphasisonvirtues,systematic observationofnature c. Legalism:Order,beliefthatpeoplearebadandthat obediencewithoutconsiderationof virtueisessential d. Mozi and Xunzi:arguedforuniversalloveand thatprogressand freedomcouldcreate humangoodnessrespectively. X. GreekRationalism: a. Developmentofrationalism i. Math: the numbercultofPythagorus ii. Atomists:Democritus iii. Parmenides:everythingisone iv. Socrates:"unexaminedlifeisn'tworthliving" v. Plato,Aristotle,Hippocratus,etc. b. Foundationofschoolsofthought i. Sophists:emphasisonrhetoric ii. Skepticism:disbeliefinthesenses iii. Stoicism:acceptmisfortunewhileseekingthegood,natureismorallyneutral XI. SimilarconclusionsFromtheSages: a. Creationfromnothing b. Monotheism/Divineunity c. DivineLove(ofhumans) d. PowerofObservationandquantification i. Especiallymedicine e. Limitsofperceptionandreason f. Salvation/immorality/perfection g. Followerswroteeverythingdown


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