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AP World Chapter 4 Quizzes
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What was Indian religion/belief system that was assimilated into China during a generally peaceful coexistence of these 3 traditions?
What was true of the times when the classical cultural traditions of Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism all originated?
They all took place at similar times, but were different ideas. Warring states period?
Legalist thinkers, the solution to China's problems lay in rules or laws, clearly spelled out and strictly enforced through a system of _____ and _______.
Confucian answer thought _____ example of superiors was key not laws and punishments. Students were prepared to take an ____ that was required to gain official positions.
Whereas Confucius focused on world of human relationships, ____ turned the spotlight on the immense realm of nature and its mysterious unfolding patterns.
Although it later spread into southeast Asia, Hinduism was not a _____ religion seeking converts, but was, like Judaism, associated with a particular people and territory.
The earliest of Indian texts were known as the ____ and they were collection of poems, hymns, prayers, and rituals.
Chief among the Upanishads was the idea of ______, the World Soul, the final and ultimate reality. This was similar to the Chinese notion of _____
Although there are many similarities, describe 1 way Hinduism and Buddhism differed.
Hinduism as no historical founder, but Buddhism does
"I teach but one thing," the Buddha said, "_____and the end of _____" To the Buddha ______ or sorrow was central and universal feature of human life. Widely known as dukkah. (all same word)
The ______ faith was achieved widespread support within the Persian heartland, although it also found adherents in other parts of the empire, like Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Anatolia. Like ____, the faith vanished from its place of origin, but did not spread beyond Persia in recognizable form.
Many of the idea of Zoroastrianism became part of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Identify 1 idea.
The idea of the Divine sustained a separate ______ identity in both ancient and modern times, and it was this understanding of god that provided foundations on which later faiths like Christianity and Islam were built.
The ____ developed a way of thinking that bore some similar to the secularism of ____ thought in China. The ____ thinkers emphasized arguments, logic, and relentless questioning of received wisdom.......
Greek, Confucianism, Greek
_____, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great, wrote of commented on basically everything , with an emphasis non empirical conversation.
both Jesus and Buddhism emphasized certain ideas, perhaps we could refer to as morals or wisdom, which became foundations of their teachings. List a few.
love, equality, kindness
Neither Jesus nor the Buddha saw themselves as _____, but were both elevate to that status of by some of their followers.
although we tend to think of Christianity as a ______centered region, for the first 6 centuries most Christians lived in non-_______ parts of the roman empire. (same word)
"The blood of the _________," declared the Christian writer Tertullian, "is the seed of the church." A young woman name Perpetua was one of them.
Ashoka was a leader of the _______empire.
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