Cultivation of “Totaler Menschen”: Meaning Construction of Education of Chinese College Students’ Leadership

Yuan ZOU, Lianyun YI

Abstract


What is the logical connection between cultivation of totaler menschen and education of college students’ leadership? Such logical assumption lies in the plasticity of mankind and this logical linkage takes on the relation between ends and means while the significance of the integrity of man showcases the very intentionality of education of college students’ leadership. The harmonious development of college students, physically, mentally and in personality, can be promoted through cultivation of individual capability, besides, the extensibility of individual capability encourages to bring about the integrity of man. Based on the logical analysis aforementioned, this paper aims to look into how education of Chinese college students’ leadership achieves the meaning construction of a whole person from the perspectives of human attributes, cultural cultivation and ways of meaning construction.


Keywords


Totaler menschen; Education of college students’ leadership education; Meaning construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6095

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