FRCC applications are needed back ASAP!
Due Date is the first class we have the week of December 8. Hard copies only!
6-8 pages of information.
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Next Quiz is on October 22.
p. 229 How did Greco-Roman slavery differ from that of other classical civilizations?
p. 230 How did Greco-Roman slavery differ from that of other classical civilizations?
p. 234 In what ways did the expression of Chinese patriarchy change over time, and why did it change?
p. 237 How did the patriarchies of Athens and Sparta differ from each other?
Remember, mid term is due October 24.
Page 218-How would you characterize the social hierarchy of China during the second-wave era?
Page 221-What class conflicts disrupted Chinese society?
Page 224-What set of ideas underlies India’s caste-based society?
We will begin Chapter five this week.
Please look at the question on page 222 about Ge Hong.
Written Assignment for this week.
How might you understand the appeal of Buddhism and Christianity as opposed to the more rationalist approaches of Greek and Confucian philosophy?
Questions for next quiz....
What different answers to the problem of disorder arose in classical China?
Why has Confucianism been defined as a “humanistic philosophy” rather than a supernatural religion?
How did the Daoist outlook differ from that of Confucianism?
Writing Assignment-Due Thursday
In comparing the Roman and Chinese empires, which do you find more striking—their similarities or their differences?
In addition, ponder these questions as we read thru Chapter Four.
The Questions from Document 4.1.
In addition, consider why Confucianism would struggle with Legalism and Taoism.
Thursday we will be going to FRCC to make sure that the class has the opportunity to get their textbook required for the class.
This week will be dealing with Chapter 1, First Peoples and First Farmers. We will be analyzing and discussing the shift in history from nomadic groups to more stationary settlements that led to civilizations.
No "Homework" exist(s)