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The Connotation, Ideological Origin and Logical Premise of Common Prosperity

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1108717, PP. 1-11

Subject Areas: Political Economy, Economics

Keywords: Marxism, Common Prosperity, New Historical Orientation, Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

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The purpose of this paper is to sort out the theoretical origin of common prosperity, grasp the connotation of common prosperity under the new historical orientation, and clarify the logical premise of realizing common prosperity. The research methods of this paper are textual research and retrospection of the history of thought. Common prosperity is an essential requirement of socialism and an important feature of Chinese-style modernization, enabling the people to enjoy both material and intellectual prosperity. Common prosperity is for all people, comprehensive, co-building, gradual. From Chinese traditional culture, to Utopian socialism, scientific socialism, and then to socialism with Chinese characteristics, it is helpful to grasp the theoretical logic of common prosperity to clarify the historical development of common prosperity. Promoting common prosperity also has its internal logical premise: the political premise of realizing common prosperity is to adhere to the leadership of the Party, the material basis of realizing common prosperity is highly developed productive forces, and the spiritual and cultural basis of realizing common prosperity is the spiritual life of the people and the community consciousness.

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Wang, X. and Zhang, X. (2022). The Connotation, Ideological Origin and Logical Premise of Common Prosperity. Open Access Library Journal, 9, e8717. doi:


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