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On the Theoretical Orientation of Neo-Marxism of Eastern Europe

YI Jun-qing (Research Center of Philosophy of Culture,Heilongjiang University,Harbin,Heilongjiang 150080,China)  
"Neo-Marxism of Eastern Europe" refers to that kind of Marxist school,which rises in some Eastern European countries after the Second World War,and its history can be divided into two periods:from 1950s to 1970s,it exists as a stable academic school,specifically,including Yugoslavian Practice Faction,Budapest School,and Neo-Marxists in Poland and Czechoslovakia;after 1970s,Neo-Marxists of Eastern Europe as individuals are integrated into western academic circle,but their academic writings are still deeply imprinted by Eastern European Marxist features. Neo-Marxism of Eastern Europe along with Western Marxism in the usual sense and Neo-Marxism in Europe and America after 1970s constitutes the basic pattern of Neo-Marxism in the twentieth century,among which the characteristic features of Neo-Marxism of Eastern Europe lie in:1. a unique and profound interpretation of Marxist thought; 2. the reflection of theory and practice,history and fate of socialism,the theoretical plan of socialist reform; 3. a unique theoretical reflection of modernity.
【Fund】: 2008年黑龙江省哲学社会科学重大委托项目“东欧新马克思主义研究” 项目编号:08A002
【CateGory Index】: B17
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