Thoughts on the Problems of Adhering to the National Leading Mechanism in the Construction of Social Ethics

Jing WANG

Abstract


Our society consists of its subjects—people who conduct activities. With the development of society, the composition and characteristics of the subjects of social ethics have undergone profound changes. Faced with realistic problems, it is of significance to adhere to the national leading mechanism in the construction of social ethics. Adhering to the national leading mechanism is adhering to the Chinese Communist Party’s political dominance, the Marxism ideological dominance and the dominance of the socialist core value system.

Keywords


Social ethics; Political dominance; Ideological dominance; The dominance of value system

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