Study on the Essence of Marx’s Political Philosophy in the View of Materialism

Haixia LI

Abstract


Marx believed that, all material can furnish the practical rule which is determined by the will of self-love of the humanity. All the course of self-love can be manifested as the development of human desire. In the field of materialism, Marx has distinguished the concepts of higher and lower desires. Marx used his method of dialectic materialism to explain the dynamic component of the universe phenomenon that the subjectivity of the world should belong to humanity and human should be considered as a creative subjectivity.


Keywords


Marx; Self-love; Method; Dialectic materialism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7118

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