The Value Pursuit of Marxism in China: To Serve the People

bin Tang, junjun Xue

Abstract


Serving the people is an important part of Mao Zedong Thought, and is the fundamental purpose of CPC. Marxism provides a theoretical basis for human liberation and development. Its ultimate value pursuit is to achieve the free and all-round development of human. Mao Zedong systematically discusses the main content of the thought of serving the people, which are the specific performance of Marxist value pursuit in China. Mao Zedong thought of serving the people is throughout the entire process of Marxism’s localization, and “whether it helps improve people’s living standards,” “represents thefundamental interests of the overwhelming majority of the people” and “people-oriented scientific development”, “China dream is a dream of people”, etc. are all the development of Mao Zedong Thought of serving the people. Serving the people is the value pursuit of Marxism in
China.


Keywords


Marxism in China; Serving the people; Pursuit of value

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