The Scientific, Revolutionary, and Humanistic Nature of Marxist-Leninist Philosophy

The Scientific, Revolutionary, and Humanistic Nature of Marxist-Leninist Philosophy

Abstract: Marxist-Leninist philosophy, founded by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, was successfully actualized and developed by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. It opened a new era in political thought and initiated an era of transition from capitalism to socialism worldwide. Currently, taking advantage of the collapse of the socialist model in the Soviet Union and some Eastern European countries, many reactionary forces have rejected Marxism-Leninism which considered the ideology of the working class and the ideological foundation of Communist Parties in the world including Vietnam. This article clarifies the lasting value of Marxist- Leninist philosophy including its doctrine of unity of scientific, revolutionary, and humanistic values, thereby contributing to protecting the ideological foundation of the Communist Party of Vietnam. It also outlines the fight against wrong and hostile views against Vietnam.

Marxism and Leninism 09:51 28-03-2022 8 tháng trước

Ho Chi Minh Ideology

“Communist Review - President Ho Chi Minh - Hero of national liberation, world cultural celebrity, genius leader, great teacher of Vietnamese revolution, has gone far away for over 5 decades though, His viewpoints and ideas on state and law remain the priceless heritage and the ideological - theoretical foundation will shine eternally the path for the process of building and perfecting the ... “

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Le Thanh Long

Member of Party Central Committee, Minister of Justice

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Tran Hai Minh

Assoc. Prof. PhD, Academy of Journalism and Communication