On the Evolution and Differentiation of Human Emotional Culture

Jingmei SUN, Xuedong CHEN

Abstract


The evolution of human culture manifests in the differentiation of human culture. So does the evolution of spiritual culture. Emotional culture, as a part of spiritual culture, is differentiated from the matrix of spiritual culture. The process of human emotional culture differentiated from spiritual culture and developing independently is the process of continuous liberation and freedom of human emotions. This process also clearly marks the degree and level of human cultural evolution. In the future society, the evolution of human emotional culture will increasingly become the domination of human cultural evolution. 


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Emotional culture; Arts; Differentiation; Evolution

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

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