Marx’s Practical Thinking Logic of Law

Lu XIA

Abstract


Marx developed his practical thought by the Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts in 1844, Holy Family and the Outline of Feuerbach, formed a systematic practical thinking logic of law ultimately in the German Ideology .Based on the analysis and summarization of the Marx’s practical thinking logic of law, we can conclude that Marx’s practical thinking logic of law is of abstract and specific; It is also of dialectical, historical and material.


Keywords


Practical thinking logic; Law; Thinking logic changes

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F5120

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