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  • Volume 2016

    Significance of Marxist Philosophy in Modern Society
    (International Journal of Education Works)

    Vol. 1, Issue 6, PP. 5-13, June 2016

    Keywords: Marxist, philosophy, fundamental features, significance, modern society.

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    Abstract

    This paper aims to study the fundamental features and significance of Marxist philosophy. The study used secondary data. The results of this review paper show that Marxist philosophy is a science steeped in strong party spirit of many countries in the world because it is the ideology weapon of the proletariat in struggle for liberation, and it is relatively stable because of its strong generality and universality. Marxist philosophy itself acknowledges that the movement and development of the objective things never stop and people’s understanding of the objective world will continue forever. Marxist philosophy has its characteristics, principle of dialectics, dialectical method base on materialism, historical practice and realism; Marxist philosophy leads to successful revolutionary realism and leads to improve quality of people and institutes or organizations’ works, it aids in the analysis and solving problems. Hence, Marxist philosophy is very important for our daily lives in modern society.

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    Sybuamala Phoutthaphone, School of Marxism, Hohai University, No.8, West Fochng Road, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China. Zip code: 211100 (Jiangning Campus).  Email: phout_s@yahoo.com . Phone: (+61) 13914718435.

    Yu Dahuai, School of Marxism, Hohai University, China

    Wu Jing, School of Marxism, Hohai University, China

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    Sybuamala Phoutthaphone, Yu Dahuai, Wu Jing, "Significance of Marxist Philosophy in Modern Society" Internarional Journal of Education Works, Vol. 1, Issue 6, PP. 5-13, June 2016. 

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