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A philosophical investigation into the education of emotion
myths, significance, and suggestions
The undeniable fact that human beings are able to feel and have emotions could be regarded as the crucial embodiment of a living life. However, in order to obtain both individual person's well-being and a well-ordered and harmonious society, human emotions are in need of adequate cultivation. Therefore, the education of emotion is chosen as the topic of this study. This paper is divided into three parts: to begin with, the myths regarding the education of emotion are clarified in the first section of this paper; then, the significance of human emotions is expounded; finally, some suggestions concerning the education of emotion are put forward as the conclusion of this study. The suggestions put forward are as follows: to pay equal attentions to firsthand experiences and the formation of concepts in teaching; to bring about adequate habit of expressing and displaying feelings; to cultivate virtuous attitude and sensibility to feelings; to promote emotional literacy of teachers and build the pedagogical atmosphere of schools; to show concern for the impact of family life and society's ethos on the education of emotion.
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