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The Influence of Nationalists to the Early Phase of Sinicization of Marxism  [PDF]
Zhiwu Zhou
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2017.63016
Abstract: The process of spreading, developing and realizing Marxism in China is the process of combing the basic principles of Marxism with China’s actual conditions. During the early phase of localizing Marxism in China, nationalists translated and explained Marxist classic works, and then spread, analyzed and applied Marxism, making great contribution to the communication of it. Their researches and promotion of Marxism, along with the influence to intelligentsia of the time, had an impact on the sinicization of Marxism objectively.
The Obstacle Factors of the Service Rural Grassroots Party Organization and the Measures Analysis - Based on the Angle of the Mass View of Marxism  [cached]
Yongjiu Shu,Rui Wang
Journal of Politics and Law , 2013, DOI: 10.5539/jpl.v6n1p80
Abstract: The mass view is the core and the soul of the Marxist historical materialism, which is also the basic point of Marxism sinicization. From the perspective of the mass view of Marxism, anglicising the barrier factors such as service environment problems, service consciousness, and service system obstacles during our construction of service-oriented grass-roots party. What’s more?through enhancing service consciousness, raising the service ability?constructing the service platform, and establishing long-term service mechanism,etc to solve the obstacles?which have great theoretical significance and practical significance in insisting on and developing mass views and building the socialist harmonious society.
The Scientific & Democratic Revolution in Education  [cached]
Ramón Flecha,Henar Rodríguez
REMIE : Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research , 2011,
Abstract: The main issue dealt with in this theoretical paper is the explanation of the starting scientific and democratic revolution both in the educative field and in the educative research. In addition, evidence-based arguments are included to provide validity of some affirmations. The first section argues that the social sciences are the daughters and an essential part of democracy. A few historical arguments about the way in which the dominant classes have slowed down the scientific progress and the development of people that make it possible. In the second section, it is analyzed the opposition of feudal universities to this unstoppable beginning of what could be called the scientific and democratic revolution. At the same time, we deal with its ambivalent character requiring to be supported and to be criticized so that it can be improved. In the third section, we expound the way in which this progress has provide some conditions that makes it possible to overcome the strong gender-based violence happening in our institutions of higher education and makes it also possible that women who were persecuted are now transforming our universities. Influences and criticism to our university feudalism, made by social movements such as the named 'Spanish Revolution', appear in the fourth section. In the fifth and last section, we offer a proposal to promote the scientific, democratic, and revolutionary approach of the university.
On Mao Zedong's Sinicization of Marx Doctrine——From the Perspective of Marx's Epistemology

- , 2018,
Abstract: 关于马克思主义中国化,毛泽东有着深刻的认知和非常精辟的论述。中共一大对社会主义实践目标的确立,为毛泽东开启“中国化”思考提供了现实依据,而对科学理论应用中个性化问题的理性认知,则是他具体探索和研究“中国化”的逻辑起点。毛泽东不仅科学揭示了“中国化”的内在特质在于“具体化”,而且详细阐述了实现“中国化”的根本手段,是将马克思主义普遍原理与中国具体实际相结合,同时还深刻指明了“中国化”的根本目的,就在于形成中国化马克思主义。
Mao Zedong has a deep understanding and a very penetrating exposition of the Sinicization of Marx doctrine. The establishment of socialist practical goals by the National Congress of the Communist Party of China provides a realistic basis for Mao Zedong to start thinking of "Sinicization", and his rational cognition of the problem of individualization in the application of scientific theory,which is the logical starting point for his concrete exploration and study of "Sinicization". Mao Zedong not only scientifically revealed that the intrinsic nature of "Sinicization" lies in "concretization", but also expounded in detail on the fundamental means of realizing "Sinicization", that is, to combine the basic principles of Marxism with China's reality. At the same time, he profoundly pointed out that the fundamental purpose of "Sinicization" lies in "theoretical creation".
Study the Tudeh Party Positions in Relation to the Islamic Revolution of Iran (1978-1983)
Reza Parizad, Rahim Eini
International Journal of Nations Research , 2018, DOI: -
Abstract: Tudeh party of Iran which continues the communist party and the left discourse after the constitution and in line with the Soviet Socialist Revolution of 1917 it was formed, founded after the fall of Reza Shah. This party, classified in the parties, placed in the left-wing spectrum knew himself depended to Marxist thoughts which is in all political events among them: The north petroleum points, the Azerbaijan republic, the nationaliz-ation of the oil industry and ... took the side of the Soviet Union and promoted the thought of Marxism-Leninism as an ideology and its political doctrine. After the August 28, 1332 coup this party was completely suppressed by the Pahlavi regime and had to emigrate from the country. The Tudeh party was looking for an Iranian Marxism with the start of the Islamic revolution, return to Iran and with the support of the Imam's line and the schools, to confirm all the positions of the Islamic republic, but in 1362 by creating secret and spy agency and revealing the secrets of the system to the Soviet Union finally dissolved announced by the Islamic republic. The purpose of this research is Check Tudeh party's positions in relation to the Islamic revolution of Iran, in this research while analyzing the positions of the Tudeh party towards the Islamic revolution we seek to explain this hypothesis basically in a society tied to its roots and culture with the religion of Islam and formed an independent and popular revolutionary in it Marxist ideas cannot have a place in it even if that ideology wants to reconcile itself with the ruling system.
Study on the Function and Influence of New Democratic Revolution for the Political Modernization of China  [cached]
Juxiang Zhang,Xia Jiang
Journal of Politics and Law , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/jpl.v4n1p195
Abstract: There were many obstacles and difficulties for the political modernization in modern China, and the revolution was one way of the political development. The win of New Democratic Revolution provided the premise of the political modernization, and People’s Democratic Dictatorship regime was the special mode of political modernization, which paved the way for the political development. However, in the revolution times, the construction of democratic politics could not been put on the first place, and the mass mobilization striving for the win of revolution had influenced the construction of democratic politics to some extent.
Democratic Transition in Georgia: Post-Rose Revolution Internal Pressures on Leadership  [cached]
Jesse David Tatum
Caucasian Review of International Affairs , 2009,
Abstract: This article analyses Georgia’s post-Rose Revolution progress in the process of democratic transition up until the August 2008 war. The focus is on the role that the incumbent administration plays in this process, and on the internal pressures that the leadership currently faces. In the light of some important studies in the democratisation field, this article considers the extent to which President Saakashvili and his government represent a clear change in the political order vis-à-vis his two predecessors. With regard to the crises in November 2007 and August 2008, this period in Georgia’s development as a nation will have a profound impact on its population, its neighbouring countries and an area of the world in close proximity to the EU. While Saakashvili has made admirable progress overall, he still retains a surfeit of power detrimental to Georgian democracy.
Marxism after Marxism  [cached]
Imre Szeman
Mediations , 2008,
Abstract: Imre Szeman reviews G ran Therborn’s From Marxism to Post-Marxism? The title is posed as a question, but the book leaves little doubt about the necessity of such a move. But would “post-Marxism” involve the abandonment of the insights of Marx and of the dialectic, or would it be better thought of as the refocusing of these very traditions on our own “bad new days”?
Liao Zhongkai and New Democratic Revolution Theory

刘珍, 庞虎
Advances in Social Sciences (ASS) , 2016, DOI: 10.12677/ASS.2016.51023
Liao Zhongkai is a outstanding bourgeois revolutionary democrat in our country, struggling against imperialism and feudalism continuously, with the help of Comintern representation and Chinese Communist Party. Liao Zhongkai’s understanding of China’s counter-revolutionary forces, the revolutionary forces and social construction after the successful revolution had been developed and deepened during the process, establishing the foundation of New Democratic Revolution Theory of Chinese Communist Party. However, the understanding of the scope of the revolutionary subject, the status of workers and peasants, and aspects of the socialist society is still not comprehensive enough, some theoretical limits remaining, which are decided by class position mostly.
The NDF Program and the CPP Program for a People's Democratic Revolution: Umbilical Cord or Lifeline?  [cached]
Joel Rocamora
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 1993,
Abstract: The connection between the National Democratic front (NDF) and the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) is no secret. It was the CPP that gave birth to the NDF in 1973. By the early 1980s however, the NDF or more accurately, the NDF Program, began to give expression to ideas that diverge from mainstream thinking within the CPP. A decade later, an attempt by a section of the CPP leadership to organize a "return to basics" has created a massive gulf between the NDF Program and the Party Program. How this happened tells a major part of the untold story of the national democratic movement. How it will be resolved will determine the future of the movement. This paper will discuss socialism and national democracy, the different NDF Programs, and international relations.
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