Analysis of Deng Xiaoping’s Thought on the Social Governance

Weiying KONG, Guokang SU

Abstract


Deng Xiaoping thought on social governance is an important part of the theoretical system of socialism with Chinese characteristics. The paper aims to improve and develop the socialist system with Chinese characteristics and promote the modernization in national governance system and governance capacity through the analysis of Deng Xiaoping’s thought on social governance. Deng Xiaoping’s thought on social governance includes: Breaking the shackle of thought on rule of gods and rule of man and establishing the thought on rule of law, which are prerequisite and basis for Deng Xiaoping’s thought on social governance; the key to Deng Xiaoping’s thought on social governance is taking the reform of political system as a point break through and exploring the social governance model with Chinese characteristics; the core of Deng’s thought on social governance is to explore governmental decentralization of authority and forming the multi-subject system in social governance; the value proposition of Deng’s thought on social governance is to explore the development methods on “common prosperity” with social equity.


Keywords


Deng Xiaoping Thought; Social governance; Prerequisite

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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