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Xi plans second integration between China and Marxism

Xi plans second integration between China and Marxism
Xi plans second integration between China and Marxism

 


The concept was the focus of a “Seminar on the Study and Implementation of Xi Jinping Thought on Culture.”

by Hu Zimo

View of the “Seminar on the Study and Implementation of Xi Jinping’s Cultural Thought” on May 28.  Screenshot.
View of the “Seminar on the Study and Implementation of Xi Jinping” on May 28
Secretary of the CCP since 2012 and President of China since 2013. He promoted a personal dictatorship and personality cult reminiscent of Chairman Mao, and a repression against all religions stronger than in previous decades, which found expression legal. in the new regulations on religious affairs.

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On May 31, the CCP

It means Chinese Communist Party, which has controlled all social and political life in China since 1949. CCP members should in principle be self-proclaimed atheists. The CCP's ultimate goal is the suppression of religion. However, the manner of achieving this goal varied over time, and after Chairman Mao's death, the CCP recognized that, despite its efforts, religions could survive for a long time in China.

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The main slogan of the seminar speeches is “second integration”, a concept of Xi Jinping

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The “second integration”, according to the current president of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the historian Gao Xiang, “liberates us from the binary opposition between tradition and modernity”. It is “an emancipation of the spirit” and “a new awakening”. This grandiose claim is justified by the idea that the “second integration” overcomes “the lack of confidence in the history and culture of the Chinese nation and the blind superstition of Western culture and Western centrism.”

Gao Xiang.  Credits.Gao Xiang.  Credits.
Gao Xiang. Credits.

After all, Marxism was born in the West. However, with a curious use of Christian categories, Gao explains that Marxism is a “soul” that can be incarnated in different bodies. The “second integration” is the experience where Marxist souls were incarnated into the body of Chinese tradition. However, not all bodies are capable of welcoming the Marxist soul. Thus, quoting Xi Jinping

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Li Wentang, vice president of the Central Party School, added that according to Xi Jinping

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Of course, what is really “distorted” is the CCP's interpretation of the same culture.

It means Chinese Communist Party, which has controlled all social and political life in China since 1949. CCP members should in principle be self-proclaimed atheists. The CCP's ultimate goal is the suppression of religion. However, the manner of achieving this goal varied over time, and after Chairman Mao's death, the CCP recognized that, despite its efforts, religions could survive for a long time in China.

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