The Basic Methods and the Limitations of Mao Zedong’s Sinicization of Marxist Philosophy

Meiliu ZUO

Abstract


As the seminal figure of the sinicization of Marxist philosophy, Mao Zedong yields valuable experience in the unity of Chinese traditions and Marxist philosophy. In the process of transforming the world views of Marxist Philosophy to the methodologies applicable to the realities of China, problems arise owing to the limitation of the specific period, which includes at least three aspects, the negative impact from the Chinese traditions, the deviation of the grip on realities and lack of accuracy of the understand on dialectics. The deficiencies of Mao Zedong’s philosophy should be revised in accordance with the principle of the Marxist practical materialism.


Keywords


Mao Zedong; The sinicization of Marxist philosophy; Limitation

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

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