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|Other Titles:||Affective Education-Theories and Praxis of Confucius|
Department od Education, NTNU
This article mainly takes Confucian Analects and The Book Of Rites as source materials and uses hermeneutics as research method to probe into Confucius' viewpoint on affective education. Confucianism mainly teaches its followers to：Let poetry serve to cultivate the mind. Let relaxation and enjoyment be found in the liberal arts. Let kindness be accorded with. Let music bring to personality completion and cultural achievement. These connotations can be analyzed in several concepts：to transform negative emotions into positive sentiment, to mold and enrich one's cultural temperament and disposition, to balance reason and affection, to take a joyful and self-sufficient view of life. In view of the above, there are four main properties worthwhile to serve as objectives of education：health, abundance, balance, and proficiency in affective domain. Finally, taking poetry and music appreciation for examples to present the practice of Confucius and his disciples on affective education, and to make a revelation for cultivating of teachers.
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