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《Journal of Chongqing University of Technology(Social Science)》 2012-01
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The Relation with China's Native Cultures——A Comparison Between Marxism and Buddhism

YAO Hong-yue(Marxism School,Beijing Technology and Business University,Beijing 100048,China)  
Buddhism and the Marxism have passed through the different historic courses in processing the relations with the Chinese native cultures,and the two courses have respective characteristics.The Marxism may profit from Buddhism's success and failure in this question,which includes: unifying its own features and time characteristic,acknowledging the Chinese native culture's value,supporting thorough studies of the entire aspect of the Chinese native culture,displaying the Chinese native culture's positive role while limiting its negative effect,realizing the fusion between Marxism and China's native cultures with every effort,and causing the two to merge into one organic whole,so as to create Chinese culture system in the new era.
【Fund】: 教育部人文社会科学研究一般青年基金项目(10YJC710081)阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: B948
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