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중국 고대 인성론의 주요 범주와 교육적 영향

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JANG, Jong-Won

  • 투고 : 2015.11.03
  • 심사 : 2016.01.04
  • 발행 : 2016.02.29

초록

Human development is the important role of education. There were thinkers of China emphasized the importance of education. These are divided into two general point of view. One theory is that as the representative of Mencius, Xuncius. Environment and education will be acquired this means that there is a crucial human development. $S{\grave{o}}ng$, $M{\acute{i}}ng$ dynasty came to the training began to do research for a decisive action. The other is to represent the viewpoint of Dongzhongshu, $H{\acute{a}}nyu$. According to their education was not to transcend the inherent limitations. Educator of ancient China have had a perspective that humanity can change. Humans show the progress theory emphasizes the potential of toughness as compared to the effect of the training point of view was divided into three classes emphasize the birth. Debate and the search for the humanity of the ancient educator had left us a valuable ideological material. Their perspective on a variety of personality is judged that there are many still take part in educational as well as the value of exploring far today.

키워드

Main categories;Humanism;Xingshan shuo;Xing e shuo;Xing sanpin shuo

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