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東アジアの教育哲学における自己陶冶

Cultivation of Self in East Asian Philosophy of Education

1

(Educational Philosophy and Theory)

Hung, Ruyu (EDT)

Routledge 2020/05
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367359348
eISBN: 9781000747416
KNPID: EY00385084
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This book provides exciting and significant inquiries into the cultivation of self in East Asian philosophy of education.

The contributors to this volume are from different countries or areas in the world, but all share the same interest in exploring what it means to be human and how to cultivate the self. In this book, self-cultivation in classical Chinese philosophies—including Confucianism, neo-Confucianism, and Daoism—is scrutinised and elaborated upon, in order to reveal the significance of ancient wisdom for today’s educational issues, and to show the meaningful connections between Eastern and Western educational thoughts. By addressing many issues of contemporary importance including environmental education, equity and justice, critical rationalism, groundlessness of language, and power and governance, this book offers fresh views of self-cultivation illuminated not merely by East Asian philosophy of education but also by Western insights.

For those who are interested in comparative philosophies, intercultural education, and cultural study, this book is both thought-provoking and inspirational.

The chapters in this book were originally published in the Educational Philosophy and Theory journal.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Cultivation of self in East Asian philosophy of education

Ruyu Hung

1. Confucianism and critical rationalism: Friends or foes?

Chi-Ming Lam

2. Is filial piety a virtue? A reading of the Xiao Jing (Classic of Filial Piety) from the perspective of ideology critique

Hektor K. T. Yan

3. ‘Keep off the lawn; grass has a life too!’: Re-invoking a Daoist ecological sensibility for moral education in China’s primary schools

Weili Zhao and Caiping Sun

4. The illusion of teaching and learning: Zhuangzi, Wittgenstein, and the groundlessness of language

Michael Dufresne

5. Donghak (Eastern Learning), Self-cultivation, and Social Transformation: Towards diverse curriculum discourses on equity and justice

Seungho Moon

6. Acting without regarding: Daoist self-cultivation as education for non-dichotomous thinking

Joseph Emmanuel D. Sta. Maria

7. The purpose of the MBA degree: The opportunity for a Confucian MBA to overcome neoliberalism

Robert Keith Shaw

8. Agency and social capital in Chinese international doctoral students’ conversion to Christianity

Qun Ding and Nesta Devine

9. Continue the dialogue – symposium of cultivation of self in East Asian philosophy of education

Ruyu Hung

10. Confucius’s view of learning

Yuanbiao Lin

11. Self-cultivation and the legitimation of power: Governing China through education

Bin Wu and Nesta Devine

12. Integrative ethical education: Narvaez’s project and Xunzi’s insight

Yen-Yi Lee

13. Confucius’ Junzi: The conceptions of self in Confucian

Jinhua Song and Xiaomin Jiao