REL 133 Week 4 Knowledge Check

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REL 133 Week 4  Knowledge Check

Week 4 Knowledge Check

The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help you master the material.

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ConceptsMasteryQuestions
DAOISM ORIGINS AND TEACHINGS100%·         1

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CONFUCIANISM100%·         6

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SHINTO ORIGINS AND RITUALS67%·         8

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Concept: DAOISM ORIGINS AND TEACHINGS

Mastery100%Questions·         1

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Materials on the concept

  • The Daodejing
  • Basic Elements of Traditional Chinese Beliefs
  • Basic Early TEACHINGS

1.

The notion of wu wei is

social responsibility.

filial piety.

no unnecessary action.

education and discipline.

2.

Literally, Daodejing means

book of light and shadow.

mountain-silence-scripture.

dark-path-poetry.

way-power-classic.

3.

Applying the notion of yin and yang, we could say that Daoism shows a special love for

allowing things to develop naturally.

creating a large corporation.

getting as many academic degrees as possible.

having many children and educating them carefully.

4.

The most important image to be found in the Daodejing, the image that best expresses its ideals, is

fire.

music.

water.

light.

5.

“Divination” refers to

telling the future.

burying the dead.

naming holy people as saints.

offering sacrifice to gods.

Concept: CONFUCIANISM

Mastery100%Questions·         6

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Materials on the concept

  • The Dao in Confucianism
  • The Life of Confucius

6.

Confucianism has been especially concerned about relationships

with God.

between human beings.

with nature.

between human beings and animals.

7.

In their view of human nature, the Confucianists

seem to be the most optimistic of the philosophical schools.

emphasize that people are rapacious and predatory, needing the strictest controls.

see human beings as needing their characters shaped by education.

see education as a pursuit that primarily develops human intellect.

Concept: SHINTO ORIGINS AND RITUALS

Mastery100%Questions·         8

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Materials on the concept

  • Essentials of Shinto Belief
  • Worship at Shrines
  • Architecture

8.

In Shinto, white is often used because

it is associated with death and rebirth.

it invokes the presence of the kami.

it evokes fertility and new life.

it symbolizes cleanliness and purity.

9.

The torii is

often used as a gateway to a sacred location.

a wand used by a Shinto priest for purification.

the name of a basin where one washes before prayer.

worn around the neck as a good-luck charm.

10.

According to Shinto beliefs, human beings are

fundamentally good.

sinful and guilty.

distracted by ephemeral pleasures.

attached to individualism.