World Civilizations Notes on Philosophy and Religion
World Civilizations Notes on Philosophy and Religion 1010
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World Civilizations Notes for April 1 and April 4 on Philosophy and Religion Philosophy and Religion Confucianism -Confucius (ca. 551-479 B.C.E.) -Filial piety (respect of child for parent) -Li (rituals) -Hierarchy, respect, education -5 hierarchies (Ruler/Ruled; Parent/Child; Elder/Younger; Husband/Wife; Friend/Friend) -China: Han Dynasty -ca. 206 B.C.E-220 C.E. -Confucianism -state-wide, ca. 100s B.C.E. Buddhism -The Buddha (ca. 623-543 B.C.E.) -Siddharta Gautama -8-fold path (to acknowledge suffering) -four noble truths (about suffering) -dhamma (real buddhist if you know four noble truths and acknowledge 8 fold path) -China: Han Dynasty -ca.206 B.C.E.-220 C.E. -Buddhism -1st century C.E. -The Bodhisattva Triple Gem: Buddha (The Enlightened One), Dhamma (4 noble truths, 8 fold path), Sangha (community of enlightened ones) "Bodhisattva"-buddha that's still within the world to help the rest, live as an example as an epitome of someone who has succeeded -India=Avalokiteshvara -China-Kuan-yin-Bodhisattva of compassion and mercy
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