The Contemporary Significance of Promoting Di Zi Gui Spirit From the Perspective of the Core Socialist Values

Duanru YANG

Abstract


In the 18th National Congress, our party overviews the value goal, value orientation and value criterion of the core socialist values from the three aspects, the view of state, society and citizens. Di Zi Gui or Standards for Being a Good Student and Child, a book in the Qing Dynasty, is one of the classical works that represents the Chinese traditional social ethics code and conduct requirements. Its connotation is identical with the moral demands of the core socialist values, “patriotism, dedication, integrity, friendship”, and become an important traditional culture source of the core socialist values. It has great significance to enhance the national cultural heritage of Di Zi Gui in the following aspects, cultivating the citizens the patriotic consciousness, solving the problems of moral anomie and lack of honesty, carrying forward the traditional virtues, and inspiring people’s mission and sense of responsibility for their work.

Keywords


Core socialist values; Di Zi Gui or Standards for Being a Good Student and Child; Contemporary significance

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

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