New Exploration on Chinese Traditional Morale Education and Modern Characteristic Morale Education

Yuping LUO


Ideology of moral education has both historical inheritance and time dependent variability. Chinese traditional moral education is a main component of Chinese traditional culture, as well as valuable resource of Chinese characteristic modern moral construction in the new period. For research and study sharing point of Chinese traditional moral education and modern moral education, and to cite the elegant spirit of traditional moral education ideas is of great importance to construction of Chinese characteristic modern moral education.


Traditional moral education; Modern characteristic moral education; Sharing point; Inspiration

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