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人性界定与人类发展规律(下)--[在线阅读]
余金成
天津师范大学社会主义研究所, 天津 300073
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Definition of humanism and law of human development(Part Two)
YU Jin-cheng
Research Center of Socialism, Tianjin Normal University, Tianjin 300073, China
Abstract:
Karl Marx has accounted of humanism from three different, but complementary, layers, i.e., individual properties, specific features and nature of human beings. This has constituted the static definition of the humanism. However, the dynamic definition may base on the static one as a start, and form a unity of the natural and cultural properties. By the natural property is meant nature of matter in content, and nature of individuality in form, while the cultural property refers to the nature of spirit in content, and sociality in form. What is the deeper understanding of human development refers, in effect, to that human history is a process, so to speak, of material progress, that this materialistic development is based on the spiritual development, that this spiritual development is based the continuously growing social relations, and that the ideal society will eventually rely on the dimensions of freedom and equality. In other words, the materialistic viewpoint of history is undergoing a historical shift from the original morphology to the modern one.

收稿日期: 2005-1-12
基金项目: 国家社会科学基金项目,批准号:03DKS001。(项目名称:马克思主义与时俱进的理论品质。本文是其阶段成果。)

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