The influence of awareness on Vietnamese Confucianism to the learning attitude of students of the VNU, University of Economics and Business

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Published Sep 14, 2021
Thi Phi Nga Nguyen

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The influence of awareness on Vietnamese Confucianism to the learning attitude of students of the VNU, University of Economics and Business 

                                        Nguyen Thi Phi Nga, Ngô Thị Diệu Linh, Lưu Quỳnh Trang, Hoàng Mai Ngân

 In terms of ideology, Vietnam was deeply influenced by Chinese feudal thought, the foundation of which was Confucianism. Ancient Chinese philosophical schools had their own views on education. Among those schools of thought, Confucian thought was rich, unified and continued to move, develop, and play a leading role in the medieval period. Confucian thought on education has had a great influence on Vietnamese education in the feudal period and today. In many Eastern countries such as Japan, Korea, Singapore... Confucianism still has a certain position in the social life.Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, former Prime Minister of Singapore at the Confucius Research Conference and the Founding of the International Confucian Union on the occasion of the 2545th anniversary of Confucius's birthday, said “76% of Singapore's population is Chinese. The Chinese culture focuses on the five virtues: father and son have a close relationship, King and officials have a duty, husband and wife have differences, old and young people must have a hierarchy, friends must be trust”. They consider social interests to be higher than personal interests, so they do not absorb the limitless individualism of Americans. From Singapore's experience of managing the country, especially during the arduous days from 1959-1969, it makes me deeply believe that, if not the majority of Singaporeans, were molded through the important values ​​of Confucianism study, then we have no way to overcome the difficulties and obstacles we have encountered”. Experiencing many ups and downs, but the influence as well as the value and vitality of Confucian thought in general and Confucian ethics in particular is something we cannot deny. Although on different levels, but with more than 2500 existence and development, Confucian thought, including its moral doctrine, has penetrated deeply into the spiritual life of many Vietnamese people, even becoming a part of their flesh and blood.

Confucian ethics not only affect individuals but also Vietnamese social institutions, so clarifying the influence of Confucian thought on the perception of young people today is an important job. It is important and urgent to contribute to preserving and developing Vietnam's Confucian moral thought in the integration period.

The current topic "The influence of awareness about Vietnamese Confucianism on the learning attitude of students at the VNU, University of Economics" running by a group of students under the guidance of Professor Nguyen Thi Phi Nga is the orientation towards the above goal.

Key word: Confucianism, Vietnamese Confucianism, pillars of Confucianism

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Nguyen, T. P. N. (2021). The influence of awareness on Vietnamese Confucianism to the learning attitude of students of the VNU, University of Economics and Business. SPAST Abstracts, 1(01). Retrieved from https://spast.org/techrep/article/view/326
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Key word: Confucianism, Vietnamese Confucianism, pillars of Confucianism

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