Directions • The final exam is due Friday, 14 December at 12:00pm. • You will be required to submit a digital copy of your paper to the Turnitin link on TritonEd. Please retain a copy of your submission confirmation, in case there are any technical issues with your submission. • All responses must be 5 to 6 pages in length. • Use standard formatting with: – Double spacing, – 11 or 12 point font (Times, Helvetica, Calibri, etc.), – 1 inch margins, – No more than 1 inch of space dedicated to title and header, – No extraneous space between paragraphs or headers. • Please include the number of the prompt you are responding to. • Cite lecture and class readings where appropriate; – Include a bibliography and in-text citations, – You may use any standard citation style, (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.), – Please do not use outside sources, – Plagiarism will not be tolerated. • Please do not include pictures, charts, or figures in your responses. Please do not copy / paste lecture notes into the text of your response. • Please stay on topic. • You must turn your exam in by the deadline to receive full credit. Any late exams (even by 1 minute late) will incur a penalty. – Papers will be penalized by 1 3 of a letter grade for each day late (e.g., A– −→ B+, etc.), – The system will not accept late submissions. If you need to turn your paper in after the deadline, please email a .pdf copy to [email protected], – Due to grade submission deadlines set by the university, we will not be able to accept any late papers after 12:00 noon on Monday, 17 December. If you do not submit a paper by this time, you will be issued a zero for your final exam. 1 Prompts Choose and respond to one of the prompts below. 1. Explain the Neo Confucian renovation with an emphasis on the Buddhist challenge. (Sources: lectures, Yao) 2. Explain either East Asian law or political economy. (Sources: lectures, Yao) 3. Explain “proper order.” (Sources: lectures, Yao, de Bary) 4. Explain the basis of Confucian international relations. (Sources: lectures, Yao) 5. Compare Mencius and Confucius. (Sources: lectures, Yao) 2 

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