The Features of Practical Thinking Logic of Scientific Development Perspective

Meiliu ZUO

Abstract


As one of the magnificent theoretical achievements of the theoretical system of socialism with Chinese characteristics, Scientific Development Perspective affects modern China’s development direction. The first essential meaning for scientific development is developing, the core is being based on human, and the basic requirement is having continuous and comprehensive development. The theory of Scientific Development Perspective highlights the features of practical thinking logic of on Marxismin three aspects: the social historicity of practice subject and object, definitive property of practical subject and rationality of practice. The Scientific Development Perspective is an application of practical thinking logic on Marxism.


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Scientific development perspective; Practical thinking logic; Marxism

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