The “New Culture”: From a Modern Perspective by Weiping Sun, Mingcang Zhang

By Weiping Sun, Mingcang Zhang

Contemporary China, in an period of globalization and in the middle of transition, now faces either nice possibilities and unheard of demanding situations. everyone is progressively more changing into “economic man,” “technological guy” and “one-dimensional man,” and are more and more wasting the advantage, dignity and wonder of human nature. while humanity’s habitat grows smaller and smaller as financial, technological, informational and social interplay develop into a growing number of excessive, whereas conflicts of curiosity and clashing values are becoming more and more heated, how may still varied religions, nationwide teams and states take care of one another? As environmental toxins worsens, our environment turns into more and more volatile and inhabitants development turns into an insufferable burden, the place lets search for a place of origin the place we will relaxation our weary minds? … to respond to those daunting questions and tackle their attendant demanding situations, all human actions, together with institutional preparations, fiscal structures, and technology and the humanities, needs to all begin from the swap of humankind, re-think the genuine nature of humankind and its wishes, and look at the chance of humankind evolving right into a “better humankind.” This booklet is an exploration of such inquires.

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For example, any economic growth must be supported by certain resources. If there is insufficient supply of domestic human, material, and financial resources, the supply of foreign currency will be needed to maintain the economic growth. If there is neither sufficient supply of domestic human, material, and financial resources nor foreign currency resource, the planned economic growth rate will inevitably be difficult to realize. Obviously, when we measure the rationality of economic growth, the following two aspects are also important: One is whether the existing supply of resources and related conditions can ensure the realization of the goal of economic growth, and the other is whether such goal is feasible.

Bell, D. (1989). The cultural contradictions of capitalism (pp. 67–68) (Y. ). Beijing: SDX Joint Publishing House. Bellah, R. (1992). Habits of the heart: Individualism and commitment in American life (p. 181) (Z. ). Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press. 181. Chapter 2 The Revolution of Knowledge Value: Ethical Considerations in the New Economic Age With the web age approaching, the Internet is emerging as the “most exciting business arena” in history, information technology industry is becoming the world largest “industry,” and the mode of human existence is going through fundamental transformations.

The first cause is the limitless inflation of individualism. Individualism has played an active role in opposing feudalism and promoting the formation and development of capitalist society, but in modern society, such an active role of individualism is gradually disappearing. Robert Bellah pointed out: Modern individualism seems to be proposing an unfeasible life style from either the individual or social perspective (Bellah 1992); In the present age, individualism has been corroding the world everywhere.

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