RVP International Conferences 2017

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Invitation to an International Conference

Re-Learning to Be Human for Global Times:

Cultural Development, Justice and Responsibility

 

  Center for Moral Culture Studies, Hunan Normal University, Changsha, P.R. China

July 15-16, 2017

Theme

The era of globalization has not fundamentally weakened cultural plurality; rather, it strengthens communication and interaction among different cultures and civilizations. The international society seems to acknowledge that even in these global times cultural development can still be characterized by national differences. Nevertheless, more and more people have come to agreement on certain basic values, such as justice and responsibility. As eye-catching values, justice and responsibility can or should be shared by different peoples and nations with different cultural backgrounds. Specifically, they are moral values for humankind to solve national and international issues not only in the past, but more so in this global age. As two important themes justice and responsibility should be reflected in relation to both national and international cultural developments. 

 

- Cultural Spirit and Social Development

- Communication and Integration among Cultures

- Social Justice and Social Development

- Distributive Justice and Social Stability

- Justice and Social Responsibility

- Social Responsibility and Social Development

- International Justice and World Peace

- Moral Culture, Conception of Justice and Responsibility

 

Abstract

Please send 300 words and a brief CV to Dr. Yu Lu [luluxshg@126.com], and [cua-rvp@cua.edu] by April 20, 2017. Full papers sent by June 30, 2017 will be considered to be published by the RVP in its publication series "Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change".

 

Logistics

There is no registration fee, Travel expense will be covered by participants (or their institutions); the local organizer will provide accommodations during the conference.

 

Contacts:

Dr. Yu Lu

luluxshg@126.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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