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Dissertation > Marxism,Leninism,Mao Zedong Thought,Deng Xiaoping Theory > Marxism,Leninism,Mao Zedong Thought,Deng Xiaoping's theory of learning and research > Study and research of Marxism > Study and research of the writings of Marx and Engels

The Transmutation of Farmers’ Human Rights from National Farmers to Social Farmers

Author WangZhangYang
Tutor YangXiaoDong
School Fujian Normal University
Course The basic principles of Marxism
Keywords Civil society national farmers social farmers farmers’ human rights
CLC A811
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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Marx’s civil society thought is an important part of marxism, the social construction of current is of great theoretical and practical significance. Marx’s will absorb the civil society and political state separate from the rational core Ludwig feuerbach’s materialism, his"country on civil society, the national decision than a civic society of civil society" with countries again upside down and reversed relationship pointed out " it is not a country decided to civil society, but civil society decided the country". National farmers and social farmers in Marx’s civil society is based on the theory of the defined by. The national farmers to social farmers from rural state power shift is in rural areas, social space out the inevitable result of gradually expand. National farmers to the evolution of social farmers experienced a lengthy process, this process is the farmer rights process of constant development. In this process, the farmer rights and economic rights, political and social rights, cultural rights experienced great changes.From the reform and opening in China for more than 30 years to see the achievements of civil society, Marx thought has rich theoretical value and practical value. Although the achievements of human rights of Chinese farmers also faces a challenge, but we believe that under the guidance of the theory of Marx’s thought of civil society our farmers human rights development will certainly make greater achievement.

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