Aug 07, 2017

Asian Unification

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Asian Unification

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NO OUTSIDE SOURE OR APA PLEASE USE THIS SOURCE ONLY PLEASE! TRADITIONS AND ENCOUNTERS BY JERRY H. BENTLEY AND HERBERT F. ZIEGLER PLEASE FOLLOW DIRECTION ESSAY AND A THESIS – PLEASE ! Discussion 1: Asian Unification As the readings and the weekly introduction show, theologies were crucial in establishing a sense of identity in southern and eastern Asia. In contrast to the later theocracies of the Islamic world or domination of church over state in some periods of history in Medieval Europe, religion in southern and eastern Asia developed on its own and acted to support the state, which also acted to support these religions. For this assignment describe how one Chinese or Indian empire tried to unify their people; what intellectual movement they used (religion or philosophy), how that religion or philosophy promoted state stability, and finally evaluate the impact of the religion/philosophy on the stability of the state. Your empires to select from include: Qin China, Han China, Mauryan India, and Gupta India. Remember just focus on one of the four empires and the religion/philosophy it adopted rather than comparing two or more. I want in-depth examinations for one rather than more shallow examinations for several. One note, Legalism is a philosophy about the use of punishment to control people, it is not about standardization of coins or economic development. Use only course sources for your answer. The reason for that is I want you to take our basic course material`s facts and use it to formulate your own ideas and arguments rather than copying what you find in some other source. You are doing a good job with this, I just wanted to put this in as a reminder (not chastising anyone). Week 4 Introduction: Online Readings for China (Chapter 8)
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Asian Unification.Name:Instructor:Course:Date:LegalismIn the year 403 BCE, China slipped into a period of political instability after the Zhou dynasty fell. The instability lasted until the year 221 BCE, also known as the warring states period. It was during this time that states fought against each other, in the quest to be the next rulers of China. In a bid to bring stability to the warring state, the Qin dynasty used the philosophy of Legalism to provide stability during their reign.The philosophy held that people were inherently bad; as such, there was the need to forcefully make m...


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