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《Journal of Guizhou Education》 2002-01
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The Modern Mission of Intellectuals ——A Commentary on Du Weiming's New Confucian Ideas

Wei Caixia(Research Institute of Classical Works, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310028)  
While concerning themselves with politics, participating in social affairs, intellectuals in the modern society should carry forward the essence of Chinese culture. Facing the fact that modern cultures are strongly challenged, Du Weming advocates that the modern Confucian school should first of all carry out the critical spirit of the intellectuals in the period of May 4 movement to reject the dross and assimilate the essence and realize the converting of the traditional culture to a modern culture on the basis of absorbing different ideas from sources both at home and abroad. The positioning of modern Confucianists by Du Weiming is reasonable though there exist certain deficiencies.road .Thepositioningo
【CateGory Index】: D663
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