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  Shang Yang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shang Yang believed in the rule of law and considered loyality to the state to be above that of the family.
Shang Yang moved the capital to reduce the influence of nobles on the administration.
Shang Yang is said to have been executed by being fastened to four chariots and pulled apart.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shang_Yang   (751 words)

 YANG CHU IN THE HISTORY OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHYIn an earlier paper1 I described Yang Chu'
Yang Chu's bodily emphasis was the outcome of his focus on the no-longer-unclean private realm; "the body" served neatly as a marker for the non-public, non-social, non-ritual self.
Yang Chu can be thought of as an ancestor of various later movements, but it is probably best to think of him as a rational hedonist (or familialist) who judged every action strictly in terms of its immediate personal effects, placing no value on rank, honor, reputation, tradition, or public opinion.
Yang Chu remains a shadowy figure, and on the basis of what we know it would be rash to try to define his views too precisely: in any case, the topic of this paper is not so much Yang Chu himself as his influence.
www.idiocentrism.com /china.yanghist.htm   (6994 words)

 BookRags: Shang Yang Biography
Central to Shang Yang's economic theory was an over-whelming emphasis on agriculture and a rejection of "nonessential" activities such as commerce and manufacturing.
In 341 Shang Yang led another expedition against Wei and forced it to cede to Ch'in all of the land west of the Yellow River.
Shang Yang is credited with the authorship of the Book of Lord Shang (Shang-Chün shu), a collection of economic, legal, and political treatises, many of which are elaborations of the program he developed in Ch'in.
www.bookrags.com /biography/shang-yang   (709 words)

 Huiwen of Qin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He succeeded Duke Xiao (秦孝公) (also a posthumous name) and executed his predecessor's prime minister, the famous legalist, Shang Yang (商鞅), on charges of fomenting rebellion.
The real reason may have been longstanding hatred toward Shang Yang for his draconian punishments: it is recorded that Shang Yang enraged the young crown prince Huiwen by having the nose of Huiwen's tutor cut off for a minor infraction.
Nevertheless Huiwen retained Shang Yang's reforms to the structure of the Qin state as he could see the benefits inherent in these — indeed the legalist reforms enacted by Shang Yang probably contributed significantly to Qin's successful conquest of the other Six Kingdoms.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Huiwen_of_Qin   (210 words)

 Sun Bin: Misnomer of the legalist Shang Yang, and how to fix the mess in China's legal system
Shang Yang (商鞅) was widely regarded at the representative figure in the school of "legalism" (法家)in 300BC.
I was actually trying to single out Shang Yang from the rest of the 'legalists', and tried to argue that the later legalists probably have mis-understood Shang's spirit and believes.
You certainly know Shang Yang better than I, and I do not doubt that there may be elements of market-oriented, or proto-market, thinking in his work.
sun-bin.blogspot.com /2005/09/misnomer-of-legalist-shang-yang-and.html   (1300 words)

 Ethics of Shang, Zhou and the Classics by Sanderson Beck
When the Shang were weakened by battles with nomads in the north and natives to the east, Wen Wang's son, Wu Wang, crossed the Yellow River and marched his army against the Shang.
The Shang capital was destroyed, but their culture was allowed to survive; the Shang family continued to offer sacrifices to their ancestors until 286 BC in the state of Song.
Shang Yang went to Wei, but they considered him a traitor and a criminal and forced him back into Qin, where in 338 BC he was killed and torn apart by chariots as a warning to rebels.
www.san.beck.org /EC13-Chou.html   (14215 words)

 The Qin Dynasty On-line Source Book
Shang Yang (or Gongsun Yang), a native of the Wei kingdom who descended from the Wei and Qi royal families, arrived in Qin in 361 BC.
Legend has it that in order to establish credibility, Shang Yang set up a 30-foot tall wooden pole at the south gate of the city and offered a reward of 10 gold pieces to anyone who would move it to the north gate.
What Shang Yang did was to initiate a social change which transformed Qin into a powerful and wealthy kingdom within 5 years.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Academy/7547/biography.html   (642 words)

 The Legalists
Shang Yang was celebrated as a martyr, as after his reform fell through, he was subjected to the cruelest form of punishment by his political opponents: having his four limbs tied to four horses riding in four different directions.
Shang Yang's views on human nature was reflected in his emphasis on strict rules to instill fear in people.
Like Shang Yang, Han Fei believed people were by nature self-seeking and would find an easy way out if they could, therefore they should not be provided with any alternatives except for clearly laid out laws.
www.iun.edu /~hisdcl/h425/legalists.htm   (953 words)

 TCMcentral.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Xu Shu-Wei: Discourses on the Shang Han Lun
The Yang Ming point to be needled is that on the inner side of the finger, just under the nail, which is the point from which the Yang Ming channel originates (ie Shang Yang, L.I. Needle to a depth of one fen, and leave for one breath.
What impresses me is Xu's encyclopaedic familiarity with the Shang Han Lun, his appreciation that "These are no idle words!" and his ability to recognise in confusing cases the core symptoms which identify the applicable portion of the classic.
www.tcmcentral.com /articles/herb_shu_shanghanlun.htm   (2090 words)

 books about: shang (underachieving international shang-a-lang)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
One of the great breakthroughs in Chinese studies in the early twentieth century was the archaeological identification of the earliest, fully historical dynasty of kings, the Shang (ca.
Shang Ritual Bronzes in the Arthur M. Sackler Collections (Ancient Chinese Bronzes-in the Arthur M. Sackler...
He offers plenty of helpful notes, which make up a fair amount of the book's mass, and brings the reader up to speed with the realities of Shang Yang's world so that he or she can better appreciate an otherwise confusing text.
www.very-clever.com /books/shang   (865 words)

 Shang Dynasty (1783-1134 B.C.)
Shang Yong Ji Shang Tai Wu Ordered Yi Xie to be in charge of Hu.
Shang Zu Yi Moved kingdom from Xiang to Geng, then moved from Geng to Xing.
Shang Wu Yi Emperor Wu Yi was a cruel king who wanted to demonstrate his power by playing a game of Liubo against god.
www.yutopian.com /history/shang.html   (365 words)

 Total War Center Forums - HISTORY of the ZHANGUO ERA
Shang Yang is also mentioned in the following annals: Qin annals, Qi annals, Chu annals, Wei annals, Bamboo annals.
This is regrettable, as it makes it uncertain whether the other entires, in which Shang Yang plays a part, have not also been touched up...
The other annals, give much shorter accounts of the Lord of Shang, but several state that he was felled in battle after raising his army in the fiefdom of Shang.
www.twcenter.net /forums/showthread.php?t=28681&page=3   (7036 words)

 Research Spotlight - Shang-Tian Yang   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Professor Yang’s research interests are in biotechnology, bioengineering, and bio-processing.
An in vitro bioreactor model system based on tissue engineering of human cells is being developed for drug screening and toxicology studies.
A second area of interest to Yang is bioprocessing for value-added products.
www.physics.ohio-state.edu /~cmr/r_yangs.html   (136 words)

 Amazon.com: The Art of War/The Book Of Lord Shang (Wordsworth Classics of World Literature): Books: Sun-tzu,Shang ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
by Sun-tzu, Shang Yang, Tao Hanzhang (Contributor), Robert Wilkinson (Introduction), Yuan Shibing (Translator), J.
This is a treatise on how to rule a country with an iron fist, a handbook on how to be a ruthless and successful dictator.
Another interesting thing is by putting The Art of War and Lord Shang in the same volume the publishers seem to be saying that both are the products of their time and were influenced by the feudalism of the era.
www.amazon.com /Shang-Wordsworth-Classics/dp/1853267791   (1190 words)

 liver yang over active, gan yang shang sheng, Complementary and Alternative Healing Uiniversity
liver yang over active, gan yang shang sheng, Complementary and Alternative Healing Uiniversity
Fullness in the head and dizziness, restless and easy to get angry, blurry vision, red face, insomnia, a lot of dream, hot flashes in the face, bitterness in the mouth, red tongue, fur of tongue is thin, yellow or white, stringy pulse or stringy and slippery pulse.
Gan yang shang sheng (liver yang overactive) shows higher level of epinephrine and norepinephrine.
alternativehealing.org /gan_yang_shang_kang.htm   (179 words)

 Shang Yang: Featured artist works, exhibitions and biography fromEthan Cohen Fine Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Shang Yang: Featured artist works, exhibitions and biography fromEthan Cohen Fine Arts
There is no biographical information available for Shang Yang at this time.
To see if this artist's biography is in the Grove Dictionary of Art on artnet.com, click here.
www.artnet.com /Galleries/Artists_detail.asp?gid=247&aid=18228   (63 words)

 YouTube - Rainie Yang qian chang hui in singapore 3 june 2006
Rainie Yang qian chang hui in singapore 3 june 2006
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Rainie Yang Cheng Lin singing "yu shang Rainie Yang Cheng Lin singing "yu shang ai" and "guo min" in Singapore Bugis Junction during qian chang hui on 3rd june 2006.
www.youtube.com /watch?v=e89ciz6oASc   (210 words)

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