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《Journal of Educational Science of Hunan Normal University》 2012-02
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The Decline and Extinction of Confucian Moral Education from the Late Qing Dynasty to "The May Fourth Movement"

YE Fei(Institute of Moral Education,Nanjing Normal University,Nanjing,Jiangsu 210097,China)  
The decline and extinction of Confucian moral education is contained in the history from the Late Qing Dynasty to the "May Fourth Movement".The reforms of education system in the Late Qing Dynasty once hoped to reinforce the feudal order and Confucianism,but it removed the system basis of Confucian moral education in the end.Since then,the reform of moral education curriculum in early Republic of China(ROC)abolished the two curricula named "classic reading" and "moral cultivation",and then the curriculum basis of confucian moral education was destoryed.In "the May Fourth Movement",the revolution of moral education criticized the whole confucian values,and it destoryed the value basis of Confucian moral education.We can understand clearly by the analysis of the changes of moral education system in these periods,and it can improve our rethinking ability of moral education reform in modern history.
【Fund】: 全国教育科学“十二五”规划教育部青年课题“公共交往与学校公民教育的实践策略研究”[EEA110340];; 南京师范大学高层次人才科研启动基金[1109004]
【CateGory Index】: G410
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