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Inheritance and development of Western Classical thought by Western Marxism

Rongsheng Ren

Abstract


Marx’s human science theory can be regarded as the core of Marx’s thought and an important part of philosophical change. Its importance is directly reflected in the establishment of subjects, especially compared with modern western philosophy, the establishment of this subjectivity is particularly weighty. Human scientific theory is not a strange topic in the history of philosophy. Marx is committed to realistic people, and the direct result of his anthropology theory can be said to be the generation of the overall people. This theoretical result is also the premise, foundation and essential connotation of his philosophical revolution.

Keywords


Overall Person; Philosophical Change; Practice

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i9.4027

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