Historical Origin of Morality and the Moral Construction of Socialism

Yong-hua LI


Morality is a sum of behaviour code which regulate the relationship between people, between people and nature, and between individual and society. Different society has different moral code. Starting with the discussion of the moral criterion and code in different social form from primitive society to socialism society, this paper discusses systematically the content of socialism morality and proposes the ways of the moral accomplishment of individual.
Key words: moral,historical origin, moral construction,ways
Résumé La morale est un ensemble des règles qui coordinent des relations entre les hommes, entre l’homme et la nature ainsi qu’entre l’individu et la société dans une certaine société. Chaque société a ses propres règles morales différentes. Cette thèse recherche sur les règles morales dans de différentes époques de la société primitive au socialisme. Elle a décrit de façon sysytématique les contenus de la morale socialiste ainsi que les voies de la cultivation de morale individuelle.
Mots-clés : La morale, l’origine de l’histoire, la construction morale, voies
摘 要 道德是一定社會調整人與人之間、人與自然之間以及個人與社會之間關係的行為規範的總和,不同的社會有不同的道德規範。文章從探討原始社會至社會主義建設時期各個不同的社會形態下的道德準則、規範入手,系統論述了社會主義道德的內容,提出了個人道德修養的途徑。
關鍵詞: 道德;歷史淵源;道德建設;途徑

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020060201.016


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