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medal and fan for right answers CHINESE HISTORY: During the reign of Shi Huangdi, hundreds of followers of Confucian philosophy were murdered for their beliefs, and their books were burned. True False Daoists would most likely believe that knowledge is bad because it creates distinctions. knowledge is a positive force because it shows the way. knowledge is secret and should be known by only a few. knowledge is neutral. Confucius believed that politics was unimportant and people should focus on personal salvation. government should be run by menofsuperiority

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  1. the_ocean_girl
    • one year ago
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    two other options for the third one: the welfare of the common people mattered little in politics. “might made right” so morality was whatever the strong said.

  2. paki
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    During the reign of Shi Huangdi, hundreds of followers of Confucian philosophy were murdered for their beliefs, and their books were burned = false.... because no such were found there...

  3. anonymous
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    1. False. I've never read anything of his reign regarding to the slaughtering due to religious beliefs. He was a strong leader who untied China. 2. A, knowledge is bad because it creates distinctions. Followers of Daoism abandoned knowledge altogeher. 3.B, government should be run by menofsuperiority. Confucius was a strong political leader, establishing much within governments within his time.

  4. anonymous
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    United** Not "untied", sorry for such a misguiding typo.

  5. the_ocean_girl
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    @Khirro thanks so much! it turns out the first one was actually true but the other 2 were right! thanks again

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Sss, ouch. Sorry for getting the last one wrong. I'm glad I could help, though.

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