The Philosophy of Human emancipation in Ho Chi Minh's ideas and its Contemporary relevance in Vietnam

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  • Phuong Thi Nguyen
  • Quyet Thi Nguyen

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Marxista-Leninista, Filosofia, Ho Chi Minh, libertação humana, Vietnã

Resumo

Este artigo investiga a filosofia abrangente de libertação humana de Ho Chi Minh, uma filosofia que evoluiu a partir de uma profunda compreensão e desenvolvimento dos pensamentos nacionais, orientais e ocidentais, especialmente influenciados pelos ideais marxistas-leninistas. A filosofia de Ho Chi Minh, enriquecida pelas suas actividades revolucionárias dinâmicas, é adaptada ao contexto único do Vietname e às tendências globais emergentes após a Revolução Russa de Outubro. Os autores expõem aspectos-chave da filosofia de Ho Chi Minh, explorando temas de libertação a nível nacional, de classe e humano, e abordando a libertação da opressão, exploração e escravização com o objectivo de promover o desenvolvimento humano. Além disso, o documento destaca a importância, o valor e a aplicação prática da filosofia de Ho Chi Minh pelo Partido Comunista do Vietname nos esforços de reforma em curso do país.

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2024-02-22

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NGUYEN, P. T.; NGUYEN, Q. T. The Philosophy of Human emancipation in Ho Chi Minh’s ideas and its Contemporary relevance in Vietnam. Kalagatos , [S. l.], v. 21, n. 1, p. eK24009, 2024. Disponível em: https://revistas.uece.br/index.php/kalagatos/article/view/12513. Acesso em: 25 jul. 2024.

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