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|Other Titles:||On Reasonable Basis of Moral Education -- A Reflective Comparison between Hare's and Habermas' View on Moral Education|
Department od Education, NTNU
Democracy has been one of the goals of moral educational reform in Taiwan for many years. Unfortunately, owing to the problems of political ideology, technological transforms, and chaotic social values, the goal has not yet been achieved. A reflection on the reasonable basis of moral education is urgently needed in order to set moral educational reform back on track. This paper investigates the reasonable basis of moral education by reflectively comparing Hare's and Habermas' views on moral education. Consequently, the author suggests that reasonable basis of moral education is to improve the ability of critical thinking and to cultivate the virtue of love. It is a world of diverse values and rapid transformations. So it is crucial that critical thinking is passionately practiced in the curriculum design and in the process of teaching. Furthermore, diverse cultural and social activities should be provided for the students and the public in order to bring forth the spirit of love.
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