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Transcript of Confucianism
EAST ZHOU DYNASTY
1045 – 771 B.C.E.
Duke of Zhou
WHAT IS CONFUCIANISM?
771 – 221 B.C.E.
SPRING AND AUTUMN
3. Historical Context
SPREAD OF CONFUCIANISM
COMPARE & CONTRAST
-Eat fine quality foods such as rice and meats
-Do not eat old or rotten food
-Do not eat foods that have bad flavors
-Do not eat foods that are not in season
-You can drink wine and eat but not in excess
-Eat ginger with every meal
-Do not eat with your mouth full
Qing Ming festival
Teacher's Day (Confucius's Birthday)
April 4 or 5
Doctrine of the Mean
Global Population: 6 million
Ruler and subject
Father and Son
Elder Brother and Younger Brother
Husband and Wife
Friend and Friend
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IMPACT ON WORLD HISTORY
WARRING STATES PERIOD
479 - 221 B.C.E
372 – 289 BCE
MANDATE OF HEAVEN
OTHER IMPORTANT FIGURES
206 BC – 220 AD
960 CE - 1279 CE
SYMBOLS OF CONFUCIANISM
IV.25: The Master said, "Virtue is not left to stand alone. He who practices it will have neighbors."
XIV.29: The Master said, "The superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions."
VIII.2: The Master said, "Respectfulness, without the rules of propriety,7 becomes laborious bustle; carefulness, without the rules of propriety, becomes timidity; boldness, without the rules of propriety, becomes insubordination; straightforwardness, without the rules of propriety, becomes rudeness."
Honorifics and Respect
Tang Dynasty (618–907 AD)
Ming Dynasty (1368–1644 AD)
IMPACT ON WORLD HISTORY
Work Cited cont.
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Four Edible Bird's Nest Dishes
"Wish You Long Life"
by: Chenghui Jiang and Harmony Chiang