Confucianism is one of the great ethical and philosophical systems in the world, based on the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Confucius (551-479 BC). This Confucian Ethics collection includes works of Confucius, Confucian classics like the disciple Mencius, and mainly contemporary articles on Confucian applied ethics such as education ethics, political ethics, business ethics. - 儒家思想以中国哲学家孔子(公元前551-479 年)的言传身教为基础,是世界上最伟大的伦理和哲学体系之一。该收藏文集包括了孔子的著作,孔子门徒孟子的著作等儒家经典学说,以及当代儒家应用伦理,如家庭伦理、政治伦理和商业伦理等方面的文章。本收藏还在建设初期,更多文档在不断添加中

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  • 宗教型非營利組織推動社區教育之研究:易經大學個案分析

    江大樹; 人文學院:公共行政與政策學系; 劉克勤; Liu, Ke-Chin (2010)
    [[abstract]]近二十餘年來,非營利組織在台灣蓬勃發展,甚至蔚為一股潮流,這是全球化的趨勢,也是社會環境多元化所必然的,其中宗教型非營利組織更顯特殊。隨著環境事務的改變與挑戰,非營利組織的服務愈趨向「專業化」和組織管理運作模式更趨向「企業化」,其中志工的服務及教育訓練就更是重要的一個環節。然而,強調以宗教信仰為軸心,吸引眾多信徒聚集的宗教型非營利組織,在實際志業的運作上,如同其他非營利組織一樣,皆須仰賴廣泛的志工社群。但要如何培育志工,使其貫徹組織宗旨,無疑是重要的課題。 值此,本研究將選以「易經大學」為例,採取文獻分析、參與觀察及深度訪談等研究方法,一方面解析它為何欲推廣易經社區教學之理由,同時也運用「志工教育訓練」的觀點,探討易經大學在實踐易經社區教育過程中,如何招募、培訓與運用這些志工,使其有效推廣易經、風水社區教學。研究顯示,易經大學之所推動易經社區教育,主要是混元禪師的個人理念為主。混元禪師希望藉由易經大學的創設可以廣泛推廣中華文化固有的道統,促進社會的和諧。至於在志工的教育訓練與運用上,雖然組織採嚴格的模式培訓志工,使其瞭解組織價值及認清自我,進而達成有效責任分工,但是在運作上仍面臨著多重目標問題,進而影響社區教學的成效,這點為還亦值得修正。
  • 宗教型非營利組織推動社區教育之研究:易經大學個案分析

    江大樹; 人文學院:公共行政與政策學系; 劉克勤; Liu, Ke-Chin (2010)
    [[abstract]]近二十餘年來,非營利組織在台灣蓬勃發展,甚至蔚為一股潮流,這是全球化的趨勢,也是社會環境多元化所必然的,其中宗教型非營利組織更顯特殊。隨著環境事務的改變與挑戰,非營利組織的服務愈趨向「專業化」和組織管理運作模式更趨向「企業化」,其中志工的服務及教育訓練就更是重要的一個環節。然而,強調以宗教信仰為軸心,吸引眾多信徒聚集的宗教型非營利組織,在實際志業的運作上,如同其他非營利組織一樣,皆須仰賴廣泛的志工社群。但要如何培育志工,使其貫徹組織宗旨,無疑是重要的課題。 值此,本研究將選以「易經大學」為例,採取文獻分析、參與觀察及深度訪談等研究方法,一方面解析它為何欲推廣易經社區教學之理由,同時也運用「志工教育訓練」的觀點,探討易經大學在實踐易經社區教育過程中,如何招募、培訓與運用這些志工,使其有效推廣易經、風水社區教學。研究顯示,易經大學之所推動易經社區教育,主要是混元禪師的個人理念為主。混元禪師希望藉由易經大學的創設可以廣泛推廣中華文化固有的道統,促進社會的和諧。至於在志工的教育訓練與運用上,雖然組織採嚴格的模式培訓志工,使其瞭解組織價值及認清自我,進而達成有效責任分工,但是在運作上仍面臨著多重目標問題,進而影響社區教學的成效,這點為還亦值得修正。
  • 宗教型非營利組織推動社區教育之研究:易經大學個案分析

    江大樹; 人文學院:公共行政與政策學系; Liu, Ke-Chin; 劉克勤 (2013-05-09)
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  • Primary EFL teachers’ self-directed learning in China: readiness, process and context

    Liu, Jing (The University of Queensland, School of Education, 2019-07-18)
  • LEARNING TO BE HUMAN: THE IMPLICATIONS OF CONFUCIAN PERCEPTIONS ON ENDS AND MEANS FOR THE PRACTICE OF MODERN ADULT EDUCATION

    Sun, Qi (2005-10-13)
    Modern adult education philosophies during the 20th century have many perceptions on ends and means. Efforts to create means to reach personal, business, and social needs, resolving various kinds of problems have become the ends of most formal schooling, including adult education. Consequently, we are losing our mind in understanding what the ultimate end is. Moreover, the traditional wisdom emphasized on quality of true human beings is often overlooked. Confucian perceptions on end and means, from a perennial perspective, invite us to reconsider the ends and means issue of modern adult education. They help us consciously understand how a global society is now ruled by predatory corporations and dominated by a "technocratic" or "instrumental" rationality (Welton, 1995). They assist us to reunify and reconstruct the broken selves and worlds. As such, regression to Confucius' learning to be human is a way to progress toward an effective result for a global civilization and the adult education movement of the third millenium.
  • Perennial wisdom and modern problems: The ends/means issue of adult education.

    Glenn Smith.; Sun, Qi. (Northern Illinois University., 2011-06-22)
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  • Wisdom, critical consciousness, and adult education: A study of selected works of Confucius, Aristotle, and Habermas.

    Kim, Kyung Hi. (Northern Illinois University., 2011-06-22)
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  • La transformation de l’éducation au fil du temps, une longue marche

    De Ketele, Jean-Marie (Centre international d'études pédagogiquesRevue internationale d'éducation de Sèvres, 2019-01-23)
    Le 79e numéro de la Revue internationale d’éducation de Sèvres s’intéresse aux grandes figures qui, au fil des siècles, ont fait évoluer l’éducation et ont eu une influence allant au-delà de leur époque et du contexte dans lequel elles étaient apparues. Les auteurs sollicités se sont attachés, généreusement, à présenter au mieux les figures ou les mouvements étudiés. Ils les situent avec précision dans le contexte de leur émergence et font apparaître clairement la dimension de rêve ou d’utopie qu’ils véhiculaient. En introduction à ce dossier, le coordinateur du numéro articule les cheminements qui réunissent ces figures, en sollicitant éventuellement les liens qui ont été tissés au fil des siècles avec d’autres figures ou mouvements qui n’ont pas fait l’objet de contributions. Il répond ainsi à l’objectif qui a présidé à l’élaboration de ce numéro : tenter de mettre en évidence la chaîne des événements, des idées et des ruptures qui laissent entrevoir le cheminement futur de l’éducation.
  • Das südkoreanische (Aus-)Bildungssystem - Bestimmungsfaktoren und Trends

    Herbermann, Marc; Kim, Hwa-Kyung (DEU, 2014-08-08)
    The present essay is about the evolution of the Korean education system and the effects it has on the Korean society. South Korea can look back on a history of rapid growth and industrialisation since the sixties of the last century. Among various factors that contributed to South Korea's unprecedented development, we can make out South Korea's school system that has gained worldwide reputation. What are the roots of its effectiveness? To what extent education in South Korea leads to the equal distribution of life chances? In how far it is more than just preparing people for the labour market? In order to answer these questions the authors look back further in the history of Korea and explain the relevance of certain cultural and religious ideas to Korea's social structure.
 Korean scholarship is deeply rooted in a centuries-old tradition of Korean Confucianism, but the modern educational system started to take shape due to cultural influences of Western powers and under colonial rule. In the decades after the Korean War, South Korean governments put much stress on an egalitarian development of human resources. With the introduction of market-oriented reforms at the end of the last century, however, education is becoming more and more a privilege of the wealthy and powerful classes of the Korean society.
  • The Hong Kong policy of quality education for all: A multi-level analysis of its impacts on newly arrived children

    Chong, Stella (Routledge, 2012)
    This paper attempts to argue that using market forces to raise education standards casts doubts to quality education, although this is seemingly an international trend, for such practice presents challenges to many issues such as equity. Using Hong Kong as a case, the paper analyses the practices of quality school education by focusing in particular on the difficulties that newly arrived children encounter. A multi-level framework is employed to critically examine the current government policy on quality education with reference to nine schools from five levels: individual student, institutional, government, societal and professional learning community. Discrepancies between policy goals and school practices are highlighted. The paper then addresses options for improvement and consideration if quality education is to be the hallmark of Hong Kong schooling. </br>[Copyright of International Journal of Inclusive Education is the property of Routledge. Full article may be available at the publisher's website: </br>http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2010.481430]
  • The Hong Kong policy of quality education for all: A multi-level analysis of its impacts on newly arrived children

    CHONG, Suk Ching Stella 莊淑靜 (2012-06-04)
    This paper attempts to argue that using market forces to raise education standards casts doubts to quality education, although this is seemingly an international trend, for such practice presents challenges to many issues such as equity. Using Hong Kong as a case, the paper analyses the practices of quality school education by focusing in particular on the difficulties that newly arrived children encounter. A multi-level framework is employed to critically examine the current government policy on quality education with reference to nine schools from five levels: individual student, institutional, government, societal and professional learning community. Discrepancies between policy goals and school practices are highlighted. The paper then addresses options for improvement and consideration if quality education is to be the hallmark of Hong Kong schooling.
  • Academic Freedom as a Human Right: The Problem of Confucius Institutes

    Richey, Jay Todd (TopSCHOLAR®, 2017-06-28)
    Academic freedom is the ability to explore, research, and analyze any topic without prohibitions or repercussions. In the Anglo-American tradition, it is both a fundamental aspect of academia and, as this thesis argues, a fundamental human right. Although the United States embraces this core principle of academia within American universities, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) seeks to suppress the acquisition of knowledge through restrictions on topics deemed politically-sensitive to the Chinese government. Although human rights abuses pervade the PRC and academic freedom is suppressed, PRC-funded entities known as Confucius Institutes (CIs) are widely embraced at universities in liberal democracies. While CIs are entrusted with cultivating within non-Chinese youth an interest in Chinese culture and simplified Mandarin Chinese, they inherently jeopardize the mission of institutions of higher learning and violate standards of academic freedom. Many questions persist about Confucius Institutes and the Chinese government’s intent on their expansion. Are human rights abuses in the PRC prominent enough to negatively affect its cultural mission abroad? What exactly are Confucius Institutes and why are they located at universities that value academic freedom? These questions require an examination and deciphering of the overall strategy and intentions of the PRC to assert global influence through overseas educational programming. Finally, Western Kentucky University is used as a case study to demonstrate the negative impact of having a CI operate at an institution of higher learning.
  • The education values of the Hong Kong community in Australia: A review of the literature

    Wong, P. L. (Centre for Higher Education Management and Policy, University of New England, 2008)
  • ***2013 Bayan - Maulana Anzar Shah Qasmi

    Maulana Anzar Shah Qasmi (2013-12-13)
    2013 Bayan Of Maulana Syed Anzar Shah Qasmi Moulana Anzar Shah is a alim from Deoband and he is presently an Imam in Noorani Masjid in Bangalore. He gives very Impressive lectures, straight to the point, current affairs and many more. Till now he has never compromised with any of the Islamic boundaries of Halaal and Haraam and we pray that Insha Allah he remains the same. The only objection people have against him is that the uses foul language to the munafiqeen and kuffar for which he has his own proofs. Ae Aashiqe Rasool.mp3 Ae Musalma Tu Hi Buland He Bombay.mp3 Agar Aman Chahte Ho.mp3 Ahle Bait 22.11.13.mp3 Allah Ke Darbar Me 26.12.13.mp3 Aourat Khairoshar Ka Remote Control.mp3 Aulaad Ya Azaab - (V1-V3).mp3 Aulaad Ya Azaab - (V2-V3).mp3 Aulaad Ya Azaab - (V3-V3).mp3 Aurat Ki Ismat Gari Ka Ilaaj.mp3 Azmate Ramzan.mp3 Bahimmat Musalman 05.11.13.mp3 Basheero Nazeer.mp3 Bazme Qasmi.mp3 Binte Hawa Pareshan 13-12-2013.mp3 Eid Mubarak.mp3 Eidul Azha 16.10.13.mp3 Hamaari Islaah.mp3 Hamaari Taraqqi Ka Raaz Bengal 30-11-2013.mp3 Hamari Jeet.mp3 Happy New Year 8.11.13.mp3 Haqqo Baatil Ki Jang Me Ulamae Su.mp3 Hum Kitne Musalman Kitne Munafiq 27.12.2013.mp3 Hum Sarbuland Nagpur 08-12-2013.mp3 Husoole Insaaf Conference.mp3 Ilme Dunya To Ho Tehzeebe Aghyaar Na Ho.mp3 Islam Amano Salamti.mp3 Islam Ka Ghar.mp3 Jaag Jaye Ye Musalman To Sawera Hoga.mp3 Jaib Bharu Peer Pait Bharo Molvi.mp3 Jalsae Anwaarul Uloom.mp3 Jamaat Parasti 19-12-2013.mp3 Jange Aazaadi Aur Musalmaan.mp3 Jumma Ki Ahmiyat.mp3 Jummatul Wida.mp3 Kanjoos Munafiq 1.11.13.mp3 Karbala 15.11.13.mp3 Khanae Kaaba.mp3 Khudko Pehchaan.mp3 Madrasa Akkal Khuwan (V1-V2) 24.11.13.mp3 Madrasa Akkal Khuwan (V2-V2) 24.11.13.mp3 Maqaame Ummat 17.11.13.mp3 Masjid Ka Shikwa.mp3 Maslake Haq.mp3 Maslaki Jhagde.mp3 Masturat Me Bayan (Nagina).mp3 Masturat Me Bayan.mp3 Mayoos Na Ho 23.11.13.mp3 Mere Rasool Ka Jo Bhi Ghulaam.mp3 Misser Me Aaj Ka Firoun.mp3 Modern Mujtahid Ka Khatra 20.12.13.mp3 Momin Aur Musalman 28.1113.mp3 Mulk Ke Wafadar.mp3 Musalmanon Ke Jalse 22.10.2013.mp3 Musalmanon Ke Liye Nemat.mp3 Quran Ki Taqat.mp3 Quran Se Be Rukhi.mp3 Qurbaani Ke Baad 18.10.13.mp3 Qurbaani Ki Rooh 11.10.13.mp3 Ramzaan Ka Badnaseeb.mp3 Ramzan Kiya He.mp3 Shabbe Barat.mp3 Tableeghi Bhaiyon Se Khitaab.mp3 Tehreeke Lashkare Ilyaasi Ka Maqsad 12-12-2013.mp3 Ummate Wasat.mp3 Warise Nabi Ki Zimedaari.mp3 Zakaath.mp3 Zamana Tera Muntazir He Ooti 29-12-2013.mp3 Zindagi Me Khushi Kese Layen 29.11.13.mp3 Zindagi Me Sukoon Lane Ka Formula 6-12-13.mp3 Aamade Ramzan.mp3 Aashiqe Rasool (SAW).mp3 one can find all his lectures on his site www.ittaqullah.com He is a man whose life is full of taqwa and pain of ummat specially the people of Palestine,Kashmir, Afghanistan and many more. But there are some people who don't look at this starting thinking in a negative manner.
  • Learning for oneself : A Confucian-inspired case for moral formation in ethics pedagogy

    Duperon, Matthew
    This article explores the disconnection between ethical theory and ethical practice in ethics courses at secular U.S. colleges and universities. In such contexts academic ethics focuses almost exclusively on ethical reasoning and leaves the business of practical moral formation of students in the realm of student life. I argue this disconnection is inevitable given the dominant understanding that moral formation must be guided by a consistent ethical theory, and must eventuate in certain prosocial behaviors, while norms of pluralism and free inquiry mandate that academic courses not attempt to dictate certain views or behaviors as normative. Drawing on the Confucian model of moral cultivation expressed by the early Chinese figure Mengzi, I argue for a different understanding of moral formation that focuses on open-endedness, self-direction, and the acquisition of skills in directing attention and will. This approach avoids the most serious challenges to practical moral formation in secular contexts, and I suggest some broadly applicable principles for implementing these ideas in ethics courses.
  • What Do We Compare When We Compare Religions? : Philosophical Remarks on the Psychology of Studying Comparative Religion Abroad

    Irvine, Andrew B.
    The issue of comparison is a vexing one in religious and theological studies, not least for teachers of comparative religion in study abroad settings. We try to make familiar ideas fresh and strange, in settings where students may find it hard not to take "fresh" and "strange" as signs of existential threat. The author explores this delicate pedagogical situation, drawing on several years' experience directing a study abroad program and on the thought of figures from the Western existentialist tradition and Chinese Confucian philosophy. The article focuses particularly on "oh events" - defined as moments when one learns one has something to learn and something to unlearn. The author argues that the experience of shame that is typical of oh events can become a valuable resource for cross-cultural learning and personal transformation, if teachers assist students to reflect on the experience as a sign of differing, but potentially harmonizable, cultural expectations. This essay is published alongside of six other essays, including a response from John Barbour, comprising a special section of the journal (see Teaching Theology and Religion 18:1, January 2015).
  • Dialoge wagen : zum Verhältnis von politischer Bildung und Religion

    Frech, Siegfried (1955-); Behringer, Jeannette (Wochenschau Verl., 2009)

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