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The Connotation and Theoretical Basis of the Community Consciousness of the Chinese Nation

Na Jiao


The Chinese nation has a long history and rich connotation, which includes a common nation composed of Han as the main and multi-ethnic groups. The Chinese nation has lived on the land of China since ancient times. Therefore, multiple ethnic groups have a common ancestor and origin, and have a certain degree of regionality and similarity in culture. Therefore, the concept of the Chinese nation is proposed in line with the development of historical laws and represents the Chinese nation. The common aspiration of many ethnic groups. At the same time, the community consciousness of the Chinese nation also has strong theoretical support, including the “pluralistic unity theory” in the ethnic research of Mr. Fei Xiaotong and the theory of “ethnic equality and ethnic unity” proposed by Marx. Under the leadership of the Communist Party of China, The combination of the two has developed into a national theory with Chinese characteristics, which continuously reflects its superiority in the practice of dealing with ethnic issues in our country, it has laid a good theoretical foundation for realizing the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.


Chinese nation; National common consciousness; Marxist national theory

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i6.7680