history

posted by .

how do legalism and daoism differ?
A)legalism emphasizes strict law and harsh punishment, and daoism emphasizes that a government that governs least is best.
b)daiosm emphasizes personal salvation and leagalism emphasizes the a government that governs is least best.
C)legalism places in a position of the supreme power and daoism creates a governing body of many
D)legalism is an extension of the daiosist idea of government with additional laws and punishments.
i choose a

  • history -

    I agree.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. religion , help

    what is the nature of god for confucianism and daoism?
  2. history

    What is the difference between utilitarianism and socialism?
  3. american government

    10. The principle of self-government emphasizes majority rule whereas the principle of liberty emphasizes individual rights. These principles a. are universal and are the foundation of all legitimate governments. b. have no real meaning …
  4. Social Studies

    10. The principle of self-government emphasizes majority rule whereas the principle of liberty emphasizes individual rights. These principles a. are universal and are the foundation of all legitimate governments. b. have no real meaning …
  5. Politcal Science

    The principle of self-government emphasizes majority rule whereas the principle of liberty emphasizes individual rights. These principles a. are universal and are the foundation of all legitimate governments. b. have no real meaning …
  6. help

    how do legalism and daoism differ/
  7. Government

    The Principle of self-government emphasizes majority rule whereas the principle of liberty emphasizes individual rights. There principles A. are universal and are the foundation of all legitimate governments. B. have no real meaning …
  8. Government

    The principle of self-government emphasizes majority rule, whereas the principle of liberty emphasizes individual rights. These principles: a. Are universal and the foundation of all legitimate governments. b. Have no real meaning …
  9. English

    Read the following line from Act IV, Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet, when Capulet speaks of his daughters apparent death: Death lies on her like an untimely frost Upon the sweetest flower of all the field. How does Shakespeare use a simile …
  10. History

    Which answer best explains how Ralph Waldo Emerson's Concord Hymn is an example of Transcendentalism?

More Similar Questions