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COLLEGE CHINESE-SELECTED READINGS OF PHILOSOPHY AND LITERARY THEORY

This course uses "philosophical" related literature as the reading text, selects important philosophical literature from the East and the West, and combines classical Chinese, vernacular and translated works. Through the teacher's guide and the students' group discussion report method, students' reading, argumentation and expression skills are strengthened. Even through the content of the text, in-depthdiscussion of philosophical issues closely related to modern society. The selected essays mainly focus on ethics, legal and political philosophy. It is hoped that through this kind of training, students will not only deepen their thinking and writing skills, but also improve social practice and humanistic care.

Course Goal
A. Develop humanistic literacy
B. Acquire interdisciplinary knowledge
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Cultural Heritage
  • [Competence]
  • Language Proficiency and Communication Abilities
  • Literary reading and appreciation
  • Social practice and practical ability
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    0110/1 A715000 [CL1026]COLLEGE CHINESE-SELECTED READINGS OF PHILOSOPHY AND LITERARY THEORY 2.0 N Chen, Houng-Hsueh
    0110/2 A715000 [CL1026]COLLEGE CHINESE-SELECTED READINGS OF PHILOSOPHY AND LITERARY THEORY 2.0 N Chen, Houng-Hsueh