Philosophy of Education: Western and Eastern Way of Thinking in Terms of Culture
Keywords:philosophy of education, technogenic civilization, new rationality, Confuzius rationality, daocizm, non-linearity of thinking, polycultural dialogue
The article deals with the outlook, cultural peculiarities of the West and the East, the modernized experience of Japan. The European rationality and Eastern traditions make up a certain synthesis of spiritual experience, acquiring humanitarian outlooking sense for the philosophy of education.
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