The Methodology of Studying the Comparison Between the Cultural Philosophy of Kant, Marx and Mao Zedong

Min SHI

Abstract


Contemporary Western philosophy on the basis of modern life, through consideration of traditional Western philosophy, especially the legacy of modern Western philosophy major problems grow and develop. The book most of the essays around the reflection on Kant, Hegel and Marx thought and expanded. These reflections intended to show that should not be Modern Western Philosophy and Contemporary Western Philosophy simply separated, nor should it will research and study of Western Philosophy to Marxism Abstract Opposition. Namely, “from Kant to Marx,” the title is all about. A political, military, development theory was initiated by Mao Zedong Thought and the Chinese revolution of the twentieth century a wide range of practice, which is generally believed that the development of Marxism in China. Outside China, “Maoist” could be understood to be mixed with Mao Zedong Thought, the Chinese government never officially used the word. Mao did not put forward its own independent value system, he just follows Marxism-Leninism and
anti-revisionism.


Keywords


Kant; Marx; Mao Zedong; Culture; Comparison

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