Connotation of Ideological and Political Education’s Category From a Philosophical Perspective

Changsong LI

Abstract


The research and development of category of ideology and politics pedagogy must be based on its framing and illumination of the connotation. In this sense, from the theoretical perspective of Marxist philosophy, this article focuses on the simple but basic analysis and research of the category of the ideology and politics pedagogy in terms of such four aspects as “regulation of existence”, “knot of cognition”, “rationality of practice” as well as “necessity of historical logic”. It is believed by the writer that this paper will lay good foundation for the “reduction of values”, and facilitate the achievement of “discipline rationality” and the purpose of practice.

Keywords


Philosophical perspective; Category; Ideology and politics pedagogy; Explanation of connotation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.hess.1927024020130503.2966

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