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This
week, you are reading the sections in your book on Ancient India and
Ancient China. I am giving you the choice this week between a SLO
assignment on the Indo-Europeans, India, or one on China. You may do
either using our established format. Also, a test will be released
Friday and will be due by midnight Sunday 9/. 9/16. As with test one,
you only get one attempt. Once 3 days have passed from the due date, I
will release the correct answers, but I will not do this before the
third day after the due date. The test covers everything we have read or
listened to so far in the class.

Option A: I know some of you
are interested in linguistics and the expansion of people outwards. In
the chapter on India, we learn about the Aryo (Aryan) people, an
Indo-European group whose periodic migrations brought the exchange of
the Indo-European root language, horses, patriarchal systems, and iron
technology to many regions, including India. If you pick this option,
read a bit more about the Indo-Europeans using my links, then discuss
the importance of these people and the consequences of their expansion.
Please also respond to one other person as normal. This is a relatively
new option I debuted last semester.

http://www.historyfiles.co.uk/KingListsFarEast/Asi…

http://www.usu.edu/markdamen/1320hist&civ/chapters…

http://www.humanjourney.us/indoEurope.html

Option B: SLO Assignment on the religious culture of India. After reading and listening, visit the following web sites:

http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/index.htm (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/rigveda/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Read about the Rig Veda and browse through some (not all – just a small sample will do)
of the hymns presented in this translation. What exactly is the Rig
Veda? What can it tell us about the culture that eventually replaced
theHarappan society? How would you describe the Aryans based on our cd
text andthe Vedas? How does the religious imagery in these hymns compare
to what we read about in Egyptian, Mesopotamian, and/or prehistoric
religions (cave art/Venus period)? Remember to include any relevant
information from our text book, podcasts, and websites. Respond to one
of your fellow students. The following cc video may be of interest:

Option
C: SLO Assignment on Ancient China: During the period of the Seven
Warring States at the end of the Zhou Dynasty [1027 – 256 BCE], China
continued to prosper in spite of the intense fighting between the
States. Various Chinese philosophers offered different solutions as to
how to restore social and political order out of the chaos of the times.
Using the information from our text, the quotes from Confucius,
Lao-Tzu, and a Legalist scholar included at the end of this form, and
your knowledge, write an entry in which you:

  • Identify and
    discuss the views of the three major schools of philosophy
    (Confucianism, Legalism, and Daoism) of an ideal people and society and
    how one might “construct” or achieve such an ideal.
  • Explain how each major school of philosophy presented a different vision of the ideal ruler and person.
    • Quote from Confucius:
      “Lead the people with governmental measures and regulate them with laws
      and punishment, and they will avoid wrongdoing but will have no sense
      of honor and shame. Lead them with virtue and regulate them by the rules
      of propriety, and they will have a sense of shame and, moreover, set
      themselves right.” [2:3] Chi K’ang asked Confucius about government,
      saying, “What do you think of killing the wicked and associating with
      the good?” Confucius replied, “In your government what is the need of
      killing? If you desire what is good, the people will be good. The
      character of a ruler is like wind and that of the people is like grass.
      In whatever direction the wind blows, the grass always bends.” [12:19]
      Confucius said, “If a ruler sets himself right, he will be followed
      without his command. If he does not set himself right, even his commands
      will not be obeyed.” [13:6] Excerpts from The Analects of Confucius. Don’t forget to repond to 2 of your peers.
    • Lao-Tzu Quote: NOT
      exalting worth keeps the people from rivalry. Not prizing what is hard
      to procure keeps the people from theft. Not to show them what they may
      covet is the way to keep their minds from disorder. Therefore the Sage,
      when he governs, empties their minds and fills their bellies, weakens
      their inclinations and strengthens their bones. His constant object is
      to keep the people without knowledge and without desire, or to prevent
      those who have knowledge from daring to act. He practises inaction, and
      nothing remains ungoverned.He who respects the State as his own person
      is fit to govern it. He who loves the State as his own body is fit to be
      entrusted with it.In the highest antiquity, the people did not know
      that they had rulers. In the next age they loved and praised them. In
      the next, they feared them. In the next, they despised them.How cautious
      is the Sage, how sparing of his words! When his task is accomplished
      and affairs are prosperous, the people all say: “We have come to be as
      we are, naturally and of
      ourselves.”(http://www.sacred-texts.com/tao/salt/salt08.htm, July 26th,
      2015)Legalism Quote from Han Fei Tzu: When it comes to
      women, the wise ruler may enjoy them, but should not be drawn into their
      pleads or submit to their requests.When it comes to people who are
      close to him, he enjoys them, but is sure to hold them responsible for
      what they say, and prevent them from expressing unasked for
      opinions.When it comes to uncles, brothers, and chief vassals, he should
      punish them when their advice leads to failure, and promote them when
      their advice leads to success. He should not promote them
      erratically.When it comes to pleasures and the enjoyment of valuable
      goods, he should have a staff tha handles these things, and prohibit
      anyone from having the freedom to control them. Otherwise, ministers
      will be able to manipulate the sovereign by knowing his wants. When it
      comes to favors, he should grant them at his own will to use emergency
      resources and public storehouses, and benefit the people. A minister
      should never be allowed to give based on his personal favorites.When it
      comes to persuasions and discussions, he must observe and find out
      people who are considered skillful at something, and verify the lack of
      skill in those who are considered bad. He should always avoid letting
      ministers talk to each other about them.The wise ruler institutes posts,
      offices, ranks, and bounties in order to offer a guarantee to promote
      the worthy and encourage the excellent. …The sovereign promotes the
      worthy by examining their abilities, and gives them bounties based on
      what excellences they have. Thus, worthy people will not hide their
      abilities in their service to the sovereign, and the excellent people
      delight in career promotion. And so, aims and advantages are
      achieved.…Placing too much value on minor advantages will impede major
      advantages.(Han Fei Tzu, http://www.rodneyohebsion.com/han-fei-tzu.htm,
      July 26, 2015)

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