Is the Research of CPC Regulations a Discipline or Not



The research of the CPC regulations is an important component of the philosophical and social sciences with Chinese characteristics. In theory, since it satisfies the internal elements of the research object and scientific methods as the criteria on classification of disciplines, the research of the CPC Regulations may become an independent discipline. And since the institutional construction of the CPC regulations has boasted a long-term significant social and historical practices with far-reaching influence and unique features in urgent need of academically theoretical guidance, the research on the CPC regulations also satisfies the criteria of social and historical practices as the criteria on classification of disciplines, and thus it should and will certainly become an independent discipline. For establishing the discipline of the CPC regulations, there is no need to follow the strict criteria for its organizational construction or wait for its complete maturity. With certain research foundations and results, we may well undertake researches on the CPC regulations as a discipline and related construction of courses and teaching materials, hence further enriching the content of the philosophical and social sciences with Chinese characteristics.


Party regulations; The discipline of party regulations; The philosophical and social sciences with Chinese characteristics

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