Theoretical Prospect and Time Explanation for the Thought of All-Round Development of Human Beings

Lan SU, Chun SU

Abstract


The all-round development of human beings is a lofty ideal for mankind as well as the value orientation of socialism with Chinese characteristics. The thought of all-round development is theoretically traced through its connotation and social condition; and its historical prospect is presented from view of historical development. On this basis, contemporary explanation is carried out for the thought of all-round development of human beings through its uniqueness and diversity, freedom and creativity, specificity and relativity, its theoretical prospect is dynamically presented and a foundation is laid for a further exploration into the practice dimension for all-round development of human beings.

Keywords


All-round development of human beings; Theoretical prospect; Historical development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9710

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