Moral Education and the Condition of Africa
Humanities and Social Sciences
Volume 8, Issue 5, September 2020, Pages: 147-151
Received: Aug. 22, 2020;
Accepted: Sep. 1, 2020;
Published: Sep. 14, 2020
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Bakaye Poudiougo, Faculty of Marxism, Kunming University Science and Technology, Kunming, China
Sunil Kumar Saroha, Faculty of Marxism, Kunming University Science and Technology, Kunming, China
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This manuscript explores the relations between ethical education from one point of view, and on the other, society, legislative problems, destitution and religion in Africa. This develops by looking at the theory and experience of good teaching, before considering principles of proper training and uprightness. The paper analyzes the moral formation in African communities and in religion from that point on. Finally, from one viewpoint, it challenges the connection between moral teaching in Africa, and legislative and destitution problems on the other. The paper presumes that there is a need for another world request given anything, in which the properties of the planet are truly widely and uniformly transmitted. We have the undertaking to use policy concerns, culture and faith to promote moral teaching to help all, so that we can understand the purpose. Young learner approaches, academics in African societies had a variety of tools at their disposal for effective ethical education, for example, we get the replication method, reiterate after us technique. We have several other strategies including such fictional stories, aphorisms, and warning and restriction. Multiple variables impacting children's spiritual education, e.g. in Nigeria, became parents' traditions, beliefs and spiritual beliefs. The concluded that each and every learning which would be stripped of ethics is inadequate therefore pointless since it is founded on human existence.
Moral Education, Virtue Ethics, Religion
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