Han Fei and His Legalist Philosophy

Han Fei was a legalist philosopher and essayist in the 3rd century during the Warring States Period. His legalist thought had provided important theoretical support for the rule of the later Qin dynasty, China’s first centralized state. Han Fei was a prince of the royal family of the State of Han. He stuttered and could… Continue reading Han Fei and His Legalist Philosophy

Han Fei and His Legalist Philosophy

Han Fei was a legalist philosopher and essayist in the 3rd century during the Warring States Period. His legalist thought had provided important theoretical support for the rule of the later Qin dynasty, China’s first centralized state. Han Fei was a prince of the royal family of the State of Han. He stuttered and could… Continue reading Han Fei and His Legalist Philosophy

Qin Dynasty

Having witnessed more than 2,000 years of slave society, the history of China welcomed the birth of the first consolidated, centralized, feudal empire. This dynasty was the Qin (in 221 B.C), whose significance would be recognized in the later ages. In the States and Warring period (from 475 BC to 222 B.C), namely the end… Continue reading Qin Dynasty