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The Humanities within Schiller's Thought of Aesthetic Education
The purpose of the study aims to investigate the humanities within Schiller’s Thought of aesthetic education, and to sort the problems out that arts and humanity encounter for the moment. Schiller, the first philosopher, claimed “aesthetic education” in the history. Schiller’s aesthetic thought is very much influenced by Kant and Goethe which makes his thought abound in the distinctive features of dualism and harmonization that constitutes a variety of aesthetic education discourses of humanities. Schiller indicates that human being has two births: the first birth of man is given by Nature which makes man possess the double nature of sense and ration; the second birth of man is given by Beauty which makes the freedom possible. Moreover, he claims the core concept of Nature, Freedom, and Play that composes the whole picture in his aesthetic education thought. Based upon the findings of this study, it provides following suggestions, to begin with, fusing the humanities of the educational thinking; secondly, improving teacher education with abundant humanities; finally, evoking humanities caring in campus.
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