On the practical enlightenment

Philosophy and Culture 28 (11):1034-1056 (2001)

Enlightenment is generally divided into theoretical and practical enlightenment enlightenment. In the final analysis, the practice of enlightenment there is a strong character, meaning the practice of wisdom. Therefore, the theory of enlightenment but also for the practical purpose for the practice to provide reasonable quality. The practice is to educate the human mind to shape and promote the overall growth of the inner spirit and help people to become his own. There are three practical enlightenment: professional enlightenment, aesthetic and moral enlightenment
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