Philosophical Thoughts in the Teaching of Electrodynamics

Haiyan Li, Yongping Li

Abstract


As the important part of the theoretical physics, the electrodynamics is a theoretical basic course of the physics and relative subjects. To adapt the demands for cultivating the target of highly-quality talents in the 21st century, to properly add relative philosophical thoughts can not only deepen students’ cognition about the electromagnetic law, but can further cultivate students’ scientific thinking ability, which is very important for cultivating innovational talents with high quality. Combining with teaching experiences, the philosophical thoughts in the teaching of electrodynamics are analyzed in this article from five aspects including the general and the special, the abstract and the concrete, the local and the whole, the matter and the movement, and the time and the space.

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