The Role of Language in the Development of Social Consciousness in Karl Marx’s Philosophy

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  • Phuong Vo University of Khanh Hoa
  • Vo Van Dung

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language, social consciousness, philosophy, consciousness

Resumo

The issue of social consciousness is an important content of Karl Marx's philosophy. Deeply understanding this issue is of great significance to the task of building a new social consciousness. On the basis of Karl Marx's philosophy, the role of language in the development of social consciousness is examined extensively. Marx not only considered language a tool of communication, but also a means of reflecting and influencing the relations of production and productive forces in society. Language not only reflects social conflicts but also forms ideology, affecting how people understand the world around them and themselves. In this work, we will focus on clarifying the above issues and suggesting future research directions.

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Biografia do Autor

Vo Van Dung

University of Khanh Hoa, No. 1 Nguyen Chanh street, Loc Tho Ward, Nha Trang City, Khanh Hoa, Vietnam

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2024-02-22

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VO, P.; DUNG, V. V. The Role of Language in the Development of Social Consciousness in Karl Marx’s Philosophy. Kalagatos , [S. l.], v. 21, n. 1, p. eK24005, 2024. Disponível em: https://revistas.uece.br/index.php/kalagatos/article/view/12308. Acesso em: 15 jul. 2024.

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