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CCCH9025 China: Culture, State and Society- Humanity and Nature in Chinese Thought

This course explores the ways prominent Chinese philosophers throughout history have understood and approached the relation between the human, social realm and the realm of nature. The dominant tendency in traditional Chinese ethical, religious, and political thought has been to ground ethical and political ideals in a normative conception of humanity's relation to nature, as epitomized by the slogan, "nature and humanity join as one".

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 Technology-Enriched Learning Initiative

 29th August, 2016

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