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This paper explores the institutionalization of modern science in China, which provided an ideological foundation in the course of modern China s emergence as a political, economic, and military power after the formation of the People s Republic of China. It is aimed at analyzing what role was played in a historical context. To this end, modern scientific research institutes have been transformed into modern divisions, centering on scientific organizations such as the Jiang Nan Manufacturing Bureau(江南製造局), the Ge Zhi Shu Yuan(格致書院), and the Central Research Institute of the People s Republic of China, and institutionalization and systematization of science.
Daxue is an article about Confucian thought that governs the country and the world. Some scholars believe that Daxue belongs to the Mengke School, and by studying it, people can gain knowledge in the form of things and develop knowledge to the extreme in order to reach a state of "everything is ready for me." This article elaborates on the relationship between personal cultivation and social politics and presents the three principles of "obvious virtue", "getting close to people" and "stopping at perfection", and "geu" and "knowledge". From a modern point of view, it can be said that Zhu Zi's theory of the study of things belongs to both ethics and science. Zhuzi's so-called reasons include both ethics and science. On the one hand, Zhu Xi's new interpretation of the theory of matter leads from the laws of nature to the principles of morality in an attempt to successfully integrate the metaphysical world with the metaphysical realm, but on the other hand, this process involves an inevitable link. There is a distinction between human studies and natural studies. The separation of human studies and natural studies contributed to natural studies after the Ming and Qing dynasty, but this trend fixed the state of natural studies at the level of "relic" attached to human studies and hampered the balance of traditional Chinese thinking.