Thursday, February 23, 2017

Fact of the Day: Chinese Buddhism Politics

During the 13th Century, Buddhism had been prevalent in the higher classes in China. But changes in the government of the Song Dynasty demanded nobility to embrace Confucianism instead. Buddhism still remained where it was among the middle and lower classes. 

7 comments:

  1. TBH, I always get confused with the beliefs of the two. They kinda overlap though, right?

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  2. This is interesting! I don't know much about Buddhism but I may have to look into it more.

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  3. So an upper class religion, who knew? I guess you

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  4. One day i have to figure out the differences between the 2

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