This edited collection is based on a series of articles written by Michael A Peters as Editor-in-Chief of Educational Philosophy and Theory to explore the concept of The Chinese Dream first introduced by President Xi in 2012. This seventh volume in the Editor's Choice series provides a philosophical and historical analysis of The Chinese Dream by analyzing its major intersecting narratives - liberal, Confucian and Marxist. With chapters covering higher education strategy, social governance, socialist rule of law, the US-China trade war, technological unemployment and the emergence of the Chinese techno-state, this volume also offers an introduction to Chinese philosophy and history, and its narrative re-crafting that presents China as a global power. The author calls this process and the emerging Chinese narratives 'Educating the Future'.

part Part 1|44 pages

The Chinese Dream

chapter Chapter 1|5 pages


From national humiliation to world power
ByMichael A. Peters

chapter Chapter 2|20 pages

The path to Chinese modernity

Philosophical and historical narratives of the Chinese Dream
ByMichael A. Peters

chapter Chapter 3|9 pages

The Chinese Dream

Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era
ByMichael A. Peters

chapter Chapter 4|8 pages

America closed, China open

ByMichael A. Peters, Tien-Hui Chiang

part Part 2|16 pages

The American Dream

chapter Chapter 5|14 pages

Conflicting narratives of the American Dream

Obama’s equality of opportunity and Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ 1
ByMichael A. Peters

part Part 3|21 pages

The emergent Chinese techno-state

chapter Chapter 6|7 pages

China’s double first-class university strategy

ByMichael A. Peters, Tina Besley

chapter Chapter 7|6 pages

Social governance, education and socialist rule of law in China

ByHongwen Zhu, Michael A. Peters

chapter Chapter 8|6 pages

Trade wars, technology transfer, and the future Chinese techno-state

ByMichael A. Peters

part Part 4|28 pages

Future challenges

chapter Chapter 9|14 pages

‘Intelligent capitalism’ and the disappearance of labour

Whitherto education?
ByZhao Wei, Michael A. Peters

chapter Chapter 10|9 pages

Technological unemployment

Educating for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
ByMichael A. Peters

chapter |3 pages


Educating the future
ByMichael A. Peters