The Domain of the Categorical Basic Theory of the Ideological and Political Education

Changsong LI


The categorical basic theory of ideological and political education is an important content of the theoretical study of this discipline. It is not only essential to the development and improvement of discipline theory, but also affects the trend and change of this discipline. This paper argues that it is extremely necessary for the systematic study of “What the categorical basic theory of ideological and political education is” and the discussion on the domain of the categorical basic theory of the ideological and political education.


Ideological and political education; Category; Basic theory; Domain.

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