Soul Confusion and Moral Education of Human Beings in Technology Age

Gang DONG, Lianyun YI


In technology era, the alienation of science and technology intensifies the confrontation between man and nature, man and himself, and man and the society, bring great harm to people’s mind, and obstruct the value of moral education. The effective ways to prevent and resolve this alienation of science and technology are to enhance the education of human mind and moral, to strengthen the guiding role of moral education, and to control and guide the development of modern science and technology with moral ethics.


Science and technology; Alienation; Moral education

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