Enlightenment of Marxist Philosophy Happiness on Contemporary College Students' Happiness Education

Juan HE, Daojin SUN

Abstract


As a special group of young people, college students’ thoughts represent the mainstream and direction of young people, and affect the future of a country and nation and the social progress. Due to the influence of negative effects of market economy, family and school education and college students themselves, some college students formed an incorrect happiness. Therefore, the university should strengthen college students’ happiness education. Marxism view of happiness is the scientific concept of happiness. It thinks that happiness should be the unity of personal happiness and social happiness in which labor is the source of happiness, so happiness is the unity of material happiness and spiritual happiness. This has important significance for the contemporary college students’ education of happiness. 


Keywords


Marxism happiness; College students; Happiness; Education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4766

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