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Walking in Between Philosophy and Life

Author: 郝清杰(Hao Qingjie)
Original Region: China
Original Language: Simplified Chinese
Publication Date: 2010
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The book takes the hotspot issues and difficulties the people generally concern about as its point
of entry. It sets as its foothold connecting the Marxist philosophy with people’s daily life and work. It
discusses from a philosophical angle the realistic approach from doing trivial things to becoming an
important person and achieving great goals. It attempts to extract profound implications from ordinary
life and to think about the realistic way to let Marxism return to its roots in life and start to open up new horizons. It also attempts to rediscover the practical essence of this profound theory and its scientific charms. It analyzes the theoretical connotation of the scientific critical spirit of Marxism and tries to find the inherent unification of criticism and construction. It makes positive response to the challenge posed by various trends of thought in the society and discusses the scientific method to guide and lead these trends.
The Book also presents a comprehensive analysis on the falsehood and truthfulness of ideology and the realistic approach to expand and consolidate the guiding thought. It gives a systematic summary on the national spirits of the UK, Germany and the USA. It explores the meaning of carrying forward the Chinese national spirit in reality. It discusses the relationship between abstract theories and practical issues. It proposes to apply scientific theories to guide the solution of practical issues. It attempts to summarize the true essence of Chinese and foreign philosophical methods to guide social practice and theoretical study. It also reflects on the dialectical relationship between sublime ideals and the life in reality and discusses the mechanism of the interaction between worldliness and sublimity.
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