GE Center, TMU

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The teaching goal is to promote the "people-oriented spirit" and learn to establish a correct outlook  of life with a tolerant attitude. The literary curriculum develops students 'perceptual thinking and cultivates students' appreciation of literature and aesthetics. Historical courses help students understand their personal situations in different historical contexts, and respect people  of different historical experiences. Philosophical courses inspire students to think about the basic issues of life, and cultivate students' abilities  to think and judge ethically.