Chinese, Warring States Period 475-221 BCE

Eras of Chinese Philosophy: Warring States Period

Embark on a journey back to one of the most fascinating and tumultuous eras in Chinese history—the Warring States Period (475-221 BCE). A time of immense intellectual ferment and military conflict, this epoch laid the foundational stones for what would become a unified China under the Qin Dynasty. As we weave through the intricate tapestry of this period, we uncover a world where the philosophies of Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism took root amidst the chaos of constant warfare among seven powerful states, each vying for dominance.

Chinese Philosophy Articles: Warring States Period

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