A Leap From the Modern Thinking Way to the Post - Modern Mode of Thinking: On the Thinking of a Constructive Post - Modernism Philosophy

Weifu WU

Abstract


Philosophy as an ideological exploratory activity, its real value is not only to explain the world, but also to provide a scientific way of thinking for human beings, so as to guide human beings to change the world in reality. Constructive post-modernism philosophy, as the latest philosophical trend of thought in the modern West, provides us with a new way of thinking to understand and change the world. Therefore, it is necessary to study the constructive post-modernism philosophy from the point of view of the mode of thinking. Clarify its unique contribution, important position and main content on the mode of thinking. Only in this way can the constructive post-modernist philosophy be liberated from the philosophers study and classroom, and truly become the mode of thinking of the broad masses, that is, the practice subject.


Keywords


Post-modernism; Constructive post-modernism philosophy; Mode of thinking

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11189

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