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  • Author:
    Su Shaozhi
  • ISBN:
    0851245471
  • ISBN13:
    978-0851245478
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  • Publisher:
    Spokesman Books (June 1, 1993)
  • Pages:
    184 pages
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    Humanities
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Marxism and Reform in China. Shaozhi Su gained an orthodox academic education while China was falling apart during the 40s under Nationalist rule. 245471/?tag prabook0b-20. Shaozhi Su was a campaigner for reform of the Chinese Communist party in the post-Mao years, until he was forced into exile after the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989.

Chinese Marxist Philosophy is the philosophy of dialectical materialism that was introduced into China in the early 1900s and continues in the Chinese academia to the current day. Marxist philosophy was initially imported into China between 1900 and 1930, in translations from German, Russian and Japanese. The Chinese translator of the Origin of Species, Ma Junwu, was also the first one who introduced Marxism into China. For Ma, evolutionism and Marxism are the secrets of social development

Marxism and Reform in China. Coauthors & Alternates. by Shaozhi Su. ISBN 9780851245461 (978-0-85124-546-1) Hardcover, Spokesman Books, 1993. Shao-chih Su. Learn More at LibraryThing. Shaozhi Su at LibraryThing.

Following Carl Freedman's arguments about the Marxist poetics that serve as the theoretical base for Mieville's fiction, Mieville's method corresponds directly to the method outlined by. .Marxism and Reform in China. Nottingham: Spokesman, 1993.

Following Carl Freedman's arguments about the Marxist poetics that serve as the theoretical base for Mieville's fiction, Mieville's method corresponds directly to the method outlined by Marx in The Grundrisse.

Su Shaozhi's theory of "undeveloped socialism" . Formulating the theory of a primary stage of socialism. Effect on party ideology. Xue Muqiao introduced the term "underdeveloped socialism" in his book China's Socialist Economy. The book was written in the orthodox Marxist–Leninist framework enunciated by Joseph Stalin in Economic Problems of Socialism in the . Xue wrote that within the socialist mode of production there were several phases and for China to reach an advanced form.

Peasant Society and Marxist Intellectuals in China. Su, Xiaokang and Wang Luxiang. Deathsong of the River. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1989. China and the Making of the New, Socialist Spiritual Civilization. Beijing: Institute of Zedong Thought, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 1981. A Reader's Guide to the Chinese TV Series Heshang.

This book is a study of the transformation of Chinese political consciousness during the post-Mao era. Departing from the common wisdom of the day that Deng Xiaoping s pragmatic-oriented reform has made ideological discussions irrelevant, this book holds that while it is probably true that n. Departing from the common wisdom of the day that Deng Xiaoping s pragmatic-oriented reform has made ideological discussions irrelevant, this book holds that while it is probably true that no single, fixed ideology has existed during the period, the ideological dimensions not only have persisted, but also can be analyzed systematically.