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This article aims at examining the centrifugal linkages between harmony leadership, citizen literacy, and the perspectives of social studies in the dimension of formal academic logic. The method applied was crossed academic site-heuristic, which is based on tetrasociological dialectic, aimed at unveiling the meaning of the deepest level of the every domain that was the focus of the investigation. The data that the writer used were from books, printed media, online media, papers, and published printed and online articles. The results of the study indicate that: (1) to build harmonious values of civilitation, approach and personification model that depart from pluralistic four dimension dialectic philosophy regarding the harmony of nature, society and humans, namely: tetra-ontology, tetra-dialectic, tetra-gnoseology and tetra-logic are needed, (2) citizen literacy is the knowledge and a set of competencies of the citizens to solve social, political, and citizenship problems as its basic elements. It is the political virtue of the citizens which implies the mastery of political knowledge of the citizens and will be manifested in the citizenship activities attached to it; (3) social studies has a very essential role related to the emergence of renewable leadership called harmony leadership. It is one of their transactional outcomes that combines phisophical values with the basic values of humans as being monodualistic, in addition to citizen literacy as the final outcome of the whole instructional practices. This is relevant with relation to reference enrichment and the strengthening of the existence of social studies instructions in all formal education levels.
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