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World Religion Notes--Chinese Religions

by: Aleece Betts

World Religion Notes--Chinese Religions REL 2300

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Aleece Betts
University of Central Florida
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World Religions
Albert Truscott

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This covers the start of the Chinese chapter from the Shang Dynasty to the start of Confucianism, hope it helps! :)
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Albert Truscott
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Aleece Betts on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to REL 2300 at University of Central Florida taught by Albert Truscott in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 74 views. For similar materials see World Religions in Liberal Arts at University of Central Florida.

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Date Created: 10/03/15
World Religion NotesConfucianismDaoism The earliest Chinese religion started circa 1600 BCE and is outlined in the Yijing or Book of Changes 0 Everything in the world interacts with one another 0 No creation myth o hundun gtqi yin and yang o Lacks a GodDevil combination WuXing metal soil water fire and wood have different forms that can either help each other or destroy each other 0 Five important body parts 0 Five known planets at the time 0 Five colors 0 Five avors Human soul made up of hun yang and po yin Shen 0 Spirit of someone who s life wasn t cut short and is well remembered o Protectful o Considered to have the ability to make desires come true Gui 0 Spirit of someone with an undesirable death o The person s body is not respected following death 0 Thought to keep people from having contentful lives 0 Shang Dynasty approximately 600 year span 0 Claimed their power or de was provided by Shangdi I Supposed ancestor of the family I Highest deity 0 Zhou Dynasty rebelled against Shang Dynasty 0 Changed the name of Shangdi to Tian I Confucianism and Daoism are products of Tian Confucianism is considered the yang and Daoism the yin o Tian chose kings based on morals o Tianming right to be king 0 Geming removal of king 0 Dao path 0 Zhou kings were also priests and had specific guidelines to follow also known as Ii 0 Five Classics 0 Record of Rites Liji 0 Book of Odes Shijing 0 Book of History Shujing 0 Book of Changes see top section 0 Spring and Autumn Annals Chunqui o Daoism has a separate set of books 0 Confucius 39 Kong Fu Zi 39 Kong Qiu o Confucianism Teaching of the Ru 0 Lunyu gtAna1ects


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