MARXISM AND THE THOUGHT OF HUMAN LIBERATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Bui Xuan Dung

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Born and raised in a time when the movement for human and society liberation was growing and urging to have a scientific theory to lead the way, and certain material and thought arguments were also ripe for such theory at the same time, with the wisdom of a scientist and the political view of a revolutionary, K. Marx became the one to initiate and develop a scientific and revolutionary doctrine of human, liberation of human and society, and comprehensive human development. This doctrine of K. Marx created not only a revolutionary turning point in the concept of man and human nature, the relationship between human, nature and society, the position and role of human in the development of human history and the cause of human liberation and comprehensive human development, but also the long-lived vitality of Marxism in modern age.

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Marxism, human liberation

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