The Formation and Mechanism of Soft Power

Xiangwen LI, Xingmimg WANG, Qianru ZHAO

Abstract


As we know soft power has got more and more attention in this world, yet how is it formed and functioning? This article attempts to illustrate the formation and mechanism of soft power, through the research upon a wide range of various subjects and fields, such as physics, law of principle, humanism, culture, philosophy, the methodology of natural science and social science, the Oriental wisdom and western technology, finally pointing to human nature and the heart.


Keywords


Soft power, Formation mechanism, Mechanism

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References


Tao Te Ching (Laotzu). Two thousand five hundred years ago,a philosopher in the Spring and Autumn period founder of Taoism




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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