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Classical civilization 600bce-600ce
*Hinduism: the caste system people had to follow the rule of their caste i.e. Brahmin; Jati-people in each Jati had a bond between each other because they are the same ; moksha created an ethical code because they need to follow their dharma to get out; karma ethical law code because you need to live a ertain way so you are not reincarnated into a lower class
-moksha
-caste system
-brahmin
-jati
-moksha
-dharma
-karma
-reincarnation
*Buddhism:(c500 bce) dharma is an ethical code because you need to follow the 8 fold path to relive yourself from suffering; the people want to get to nirvanna so they follow the ethical code of dharma to get to stop reincarnation and get to nirvanna; all are equal, not very much patriarchy; bonded because all buddhists are on the same journey to nirvanna.
-dharma
-nirvanna
-karma
*Confucianism: (c300 bce) it was the job of a Confucius to be the same as everyone else and conform; this is a bond because everyone acts the same; know your place -patriarchy, support each other; job of people to recognize the mandate of heaven; ancestor worship
-patriarchy
-mandate of heaven
-ancestor worship
*Daoism: (c400 ce) through worship of nature i.e. trees Chinese people believed in a unified thought to keep from deforestation; the chinese kept the ethical code of sacred gardens in keeping them pure for worship; through the religious tradition of ancestor worship they kept the unified thought of sanctity for relatives
*Christianity: (c50 ce) a bond among people because all the same faith, all believe Jesus is the son of God; ethical code no to sin, live the commandments of God; if you repent you can go to heaven; All believe they will be saved when the messiah comes; community in church; same religious texts i.e. Bible
-Jesus of Nazareth
-sacrament
-repent
-heaven
-Bible
*Greco-Roman thought: everyone that believed in Greek rationalism shared a bond because they all questioned things such as love or God; They looked for the truth by exploring physical and metaphysical; They questioned empirial data; questioned rationality of laws and beliefs; ethical code=always question
-Greek Rationalism
-Geek plays (explored physical and metaphysical)
-European University System