Mao Zedong Philosophical Thought Is the Application and Development of Marxist Philosophy in China

Contemporary Chinese Thought 23 (3):69-95 (1992)
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The first problem we confront in the study and research of the philosophical thought of Mao Zedong is the relationship between Mao Zedong Philosophical Thought and Mao Zedong Thought. Clarification of the relationship between the two can assist our understanding of the status and function of Mao Zedong Philosophical Thought in Mao Zedong Thought, and thereby promote our understanding of why it is necessary to study and research Mao Zedong Philosophical Thought



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