THREE CHINESE PHILOSOPHIES : (Daoism (What I think and feel about it is…
THREE CHINESE PHILOSOPHIES
Laozi was said to be the author of the Dao De Jing.
Daoism taught that people gained happiness and peace by living in harmony, or agreement, with the way of nature.
We collect rocks and other things that come from nature.
Daoism more important influence was on Chinese thought, writing, and art.
What I think and feel about it is that this philosophy is also good to have because this philosophy basically just let people are. It doesn't try to change people of who they are.
THE GOOD: It encourages other rulers to rule less harshly.
THE BAD: Too many laws and social rules only got in the way of living naturally and following the Dao.
So much instability led the Chinese to ask important questions about human nature and the best way for rulers to govern. Ambitious rulers hired scholars to advise them on how to create order and increase their power.
Mandate of Heaven
Warring States Period
Hanfeizi was a prince of the royal family of the state of Han.
It taught people to not trust other people, because, "He who trusts will be controlled by others."
In today's society, we have laws that we follow but these laws do not kill people.
What I think and feel about it is that this philosophy is kind of scary to have because if people don't follow the laws, they will get punished or even killed.
THE GOOD: The people actually followed the rules because if they didn't they would've gotten punished or killed.
THE BAD: Many people have died for disloyalty and other crimes.
It influenced in the government of China.
What I think and feel about it is that this philosophy is good to have because this philosophy influences people to do good things.
THE BAD: Teachers have an extra responsibility which is to show students how to behave right.
THE GOOD: Teaches people to respect their elders.
We obey our parents.
It influenced people to respect their elders.
It taught people to be kind, honest, wise, and faithful.
Confucius was born in the small state of Lu in eastern China.
By: Louise Gautane
& Cindy Castillo