Thought and history together constitute the locus of people in time and space. Understanding abstract concepts and theories, reflecting on and criticizing them in depth belong to the practice of the philosophical thinking. Immersed in this practice, students will come to acquire the fundamental questions about life and the world, and to think independently for their own answers. The comprehension of the concrete actions depends in turn on the analysis of histories. Through the survey on people, events, and civilizations of the past, students are expected to develop empathetic analytical skills and keen sights to discern between truth and falsity. Taking thought and history as its major themes, the aim of “Thought, Civilization and History” dimension is to enable students to verify the meaning of action through intellectual exploration, and to appreciate the value of thinking when analyzing history.