HIST 130 Lecture 2: January 27th
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Department
HIST - History
Course
HIST 130
Professor
Melissa Dale
Semester
Spring

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Sarah, La Crescenta January 27th Angelina (met first day) Friday, January 27, 201711:44 AM Audio 1 • Chinese new years eve (start of lunar new year) ○ Red pocket (money) ○ Fish, chicken, dumplings • Three rules that govern society Buddhism: ○ § Budah (560-480 BC) § Siddhartha (given name) Gautauma(surname) § Became enlightened while sitting under a tree § Aim: free living beings fro suffering § 4 Nobel truths: □ All life is characterized by suffering □ Suffering is caused by desire □ Must remove desire □ Must follow 8-fold path § Karma: □ Consequence for your actions □ Belief in reincarnation § Ultimate goal = nirvana □ Or extinction of all desire § Mahayana Buddhist (greater size) □ Salvation to all Theravada (Hinayana § ○ Syncretism: § Same person could be both a follower of Confucianism and Daoism § Confucian activism § Daoism's passivism • Class Activity: ○ Jigsaw group work: § Who was Confucius? What did Confucius believe? What are some key tenets of Confucianism? □ He was born 551 BC; Died 479 BC □ Chinese philosopher □ Greatest thinkers of china □ Emphasized ethical development □ Wrote 1-4 books to serve as basic curriculum of classical learning and civil Sarah, La Crescenta January 27th Angelina (met first day) Friday, January 27, 201711:44 AM Audio 1 • Chinese new years eve (start of lunar new year) ○ Red pocket (money) ○ Fish, chicken, dumplings • Three rules that govern society Buddhism: ○ § Budah (560-480 BC) § Siddhartha (given name) Gautauma(surname) § Became enlightened while sitting under a tree § Aim: free living beings fro suffering § 4 Nobel truths: □ All life is characterized by suffering □ Suffering is caused by desire □ Must remove desire □ Must follow 8-fold path § Karma: □ Consequence for your actions □ Belief in reincarnation § Ultimate goal = nirvana □ Or extinction of all desire § Mahayana Buddhist (greater size) □ Salvation to all Theravada (Hinayana § ○ Syncretism: § Same person could be both a follower of Confucianism and Daoism § Confucian activism § Daoism's passivism • Class Activity: ○ Jigsaw group work: § Who was Confucius? What did Confucius believe? What are some key tenets of Confucianism? □ He was born 551 BC; Died 479 BC □ Chinese philosopher □ Greatest thinkers of china □ Emphasized ethical development □ Wrote 1-4 books to serve as basic curriculum of classical learning and civil Confucianism? □ He was born 551 BC; Died 479 BC □ Chinese philosopher
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