A Kaleidoscopic View of Chinese Philosophy of Education

1st Edition

Ruyu Hung

Routledge
Published June 5, 2018
Reference - 106 Pages
ISBN 9781138489288 - CAT# K349804
Series: Educational Philosophy and Theory

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Summary

This book breaks the stereotype that links Chinese philosophy solely to Confucianism, instead providing a kaleidoscopic view of Chinese philosophy of education. The contributors explore a variety of issues, including the journey of modernisation (or Westernisation) of China’s education between the sixteenth and twentieth centuries; Chinese identity and the concept of race in education and history; contemporary interpretations of Confucian pedagogy in relation to twenty-first-century skills; the life story of a teacher in modern China as embodying the spirit of a Confucian pedagogue; the ecological self in education; an original interpretation of postmodern-Daoist symbolism; and the role of translation in producing and transmitting knowledge across cultural and linguistic boundaries.

This book was originally published as a special issue of Educational Philosophy and Theory.

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