Li Da and Marxist Philosophy in China by Nick Knight
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What is the relationship between human thought and external reality? How are movement and change to be explained and is there purpose and direction in change? All philosophies must pose these or similar questions, for they deal, at a very abstract level, with the relationship between humans and the world. Marxism is different insofar as it does not perceive philosophy as an isolated and disinterested inquiry into this relationship; rather, philosophy has a political purpose, and that is to demonstrate the certainty of the ultimate realisation of the telos of human history, the realisation of the higher form of communism as the final goal of social development The laws of nature which govern movement and change in the universe are to be employed as a rational premise on which extrapolations regarding the direction and speed of change in human society can be based.
In, particular, Song Jingming and Wang Jionghua. For a list of their publications on Li Da, see the Bibliography. 5. Ye Yonglie, Hongse de qiditm (Red Beginnings) (Shanghai: Shanghai renmin chubanshe, 1991), p. 124. 6. Li Da, "Yanzhe shiyue geming de daolu qianjin" (Forward Along the Road of the October Revolution), Zhongguo qingnian, Nos 13-14 (1961). 7. Arif Dirlik, The Origins of Chinese Communism. 8. E, Sharpe, 1992), p. 380. 9. Li Da, "Yanzhe shiyue geming de daolu qianjin". 10. These articles can be found in Volume 1 of Li Da wenji.
One of the primary reasons for the purposive direction of change was the existence and behaviour of contradictions within things, for the appearance and resolution of contradictions followed a pattern which was, hi theory, discoverable. While limitations of space preclude a more detailed analysis of these philosophical traces within the writings of the mature Marx, the point remains that, even following his supposed repudiation of a philosophical investigation into the history, structure and development of capitalism, Marx drew on modes of thought and analysis which possessed a strong philosophical dimension.