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The article entitled “Philosophy and Practice of Mozi's Educational Thought in Globalization” has three objectives: 1) to study the meaning of equality in education 2) to study Mozi's Educational Thought 3) to promote philosophy and practice of Mozi for equality in education in globalization. According to the study, it was found that Mozi is one of China's greatest sages who can let us see the future of the world. Mozi values people education, livelihood, and advocate harmony. Mohism is an important part of China's excellent traditional culture and contains the great wisdom of the survival of the Chinese nation. Mozi's educational thought has influenced the development of the world. He is the initiator of "obligation, occupation, lifelong, innovation, science and technology. The most important has promoted equality and moral in education in China and for the world today. Although Mozi has been away from us for more than 2,400 years, his thoughts and contributions always be the education, work and life goal that all countries in the world have been striving for. His disciples are righteous, virtuous, knowledgeable, and wise. They were great successful role models in Chinese history. Therefore, Mozi’s educational thought is the great philosophy and practice that should be promoted for equality in education in globalization.
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