Marx’s View of Nature and Modern Implication
|School||Northwest Normal University|
|Course||The philosophy of Marxism|
|Keywords||Marx Nature Practice Contemporary Significance|
For the nature of nature is that people's overall view is that people understand and transform the natural methodology. In recent years, the human living environment deteriorating ecological crisis trend of globalization. Air pollution, water pollution, destruction of forest vegetation, soil desertification, soil erosion, marine pollution, as well as industrial plant and animal species drastic reduction caused acid rain, ozone depletion and the greenhouse effect and other issues, had become a threat to the entire global problems of human existence. The face of deteriorating ecological environment, we have to re-examine the relationship between man and nature, and trying to seek a truly realistic way out of the predicament. Marxism as our guiding principle, of course, but also guiding the exploration of the relationship between man and nature. Marx's view of nature based on practice, from a new perspective to understand man and nature, man and man and man and society relationship between the three, as our in-depth and detailed analysis of the status of the relationship between man and nature, to solve the ecological crisis provide evidence of a scientific theory. In this paper, a combination of history and logic principle, summed up the view of the development process of human nature, combing the Marxist concept of the formation process of natural discusses the scientific connotation of Marx's view of nature and contemporary significance. In addition to the introduction and conclusion, this paper also includes four parts: the first chapter, the system examines the Marxist view of nature before the human development process, including the ancient view of nature, ancient Greece and ancient Chinese view of nature, medieval theology of nature , Renaissance and modern bourgeois view of nature, depicting view of nature in different historical periods and social patterns under the manifestations, characteristics and limitations of the theory. The second chapter discusses in detail the nature of Marx's concept of development from infancy to the final maturity of the process. \\Chapter I of Marx's scientific view of nature connotation of the system described. Including the dialectic between man and nature relationship, based on practice personification of nature, the capitalist mode of production led to the deterioration of relations between man and nature and between man and nature reconciliation. The fourth chapter, Marx's view of nature study theoretical and practical significance. Marx's view of nature adhere to materialism and dialectics of unity for mankind to solve the global ecological crisis to provide theoretical guidance for the construction of ecological civilization and social sustainable development and achieve the comprehensive development has important guiding significance.