非常好, 大力讚! 引起我閱讀原著的興趣! 除了 "朱熹" 那課, 其餘都不難理解, 教授們都很能做到深入淺出. 特別喜歡燕教授的寓例於詩. 另, 孫子兵法那課, 如果能夠舉出歷代戰爭實例 與以說明, 那就更無敵了. 謝謝大家, 感恩感恩. 祝大家身體健康, 為傳承及普及中國文化 再繼續努力
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by Fok s k•
A little boring. Some lecturers did not deliver a good presentation and some "philosophical masterpiece" are not practical at all.
by Cissy Z•
This serves well as a basic intro but not for people who are looking for a deeper dive.
by Ping Z•
Some profs are very good, some are terrible. The terrible ones need to improve their teaching skills and even language skills. As a native Chinese speaker, I find some of the lectures very boring.
Good lectures are clear, concise, and right to the point.
Good teachers make the learning experience effortless and fun, poor teachers make it like a torture.
by Menghan Y•
Really far from the courses by NTU...quite disappointed.
by Liu C•
by Shawn L•
As a native Chinese, i knew more or less a little bit of Chinese classic works. but in this MOOC: there is no critique, the tutor granted Chinese classic works good; there is no academic attitude, the tutor referred "comments on the works" from quite a lot famous western thinkers, philosophers, unbelievable they didn't verify the genuineness of the comments, which is just low-esteemed Chinese folks invented to make themselves feel better; tutor also refer fictitious novelty as evidence on Sun military thoughts.
by Jia M•
Bad course. Things mentioned by the instructors are naive. According to my knowledge (my knowledge about Chinese philosophy come from A History of Chinese Philosophy, Youlan Feng; History of Chinese Philosophy, Sze-kwang Lao), that is not Chinese philosophy at all.