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What was the characteristic succession pattern of the early Chinese powers?
Dynastic.
What was the first Chinese era?
Xiu. Little known.
Hwang He principles
Harmony of man & nature, balance of all things, yang-yin, dark-light, male-female. Man seeks balance within nature (not conquer nature from outside it). This is the Way or Dao.
Give an example of how Confucian thought reflects Hwang-He
Confucius: social order (balance)--every man has his proper place within the social order.
Two notable characteristics of Shang dynasty.
ancestor worship
human sacrifice