Moral Education Thoughts in "The University" and "The Doctrine of the Mean"
Available Online March 2019.
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- University, "The Doctrine of the Mean", moral education thought, reference
- University is one of the classics of traditional Confucian culture. It contains rich ideas of moral education. It has a great influence on China's feudal society in terms of ideology, culture and social politics. It also integrates into the ideology and norms of the entire Chinese nation. It can be said that “University” is the spiritual soil of our humanities world, and it is of extraordinary value to our entire nation and country, as well as to everyone. The doctrine of the mean has an important position in the Confucian ideology. It was first proposed by Confucius, and it was inherited through the Confucian representatives such as Zi Si, Mencius, Dong Zhongshu and Zhu Xi. The article analyzes the source and main content of Confucius's doctrine of the mean, and strives to carry out an objective evaluation. The doctrine of the mean is an important method of thinking and practice ontology in the history of ancient Chinese thought. In the new century, the discussion of "The Doctrine of the Mean" focuses on the issues of contemporary China and the world, involves China's position from a global perspective, and explores the positive value of traditional ideas. It promotes Confucius's doctrine of the mean in contemporary society, and improves the quality of personal life and society. Development and progress are extremely important.
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TY - CONF AU - Ruobing Han PY - 2019/03 DA - 2019/03 TI - Moral Education Thoughts in "The University" and "The Doctrine of the Mean" BT - 2018 8th International Conference on Education and Management (ICEM 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icem-18.2019.80 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icem-18.2019.80 ID - Han2019/03 ER -