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Kato is working with Engels' Dialectics of Nature \

Author: GaoCao
Tutor: LanYiHui
School: Zhangzhou Normal University
Course: The basic principles of Marxism
Keywords: Kato is Engels Dialectics of nature Kato theory
CLC: N031
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2011
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Abstract


Kato positive (1906.2.11-1949.2.3), Japanese Communist, Marxist theorist and revolutionary, Engels' Dialectics of Nature \In Kato being translated \For example, only recognizes dialectic applied to social history, and deny the dialectics to natural; than from objective reality but from the 'proletarian stand' up to develop theory. \Deepening the understanding of Marxism, and so on. In 1927, Kato is working to translate Engels' Dialectics of Nature \With the \Kato theoretical research activities are divided into three periods: 1930 to 1933, 1936 to 1937, two years after the war ~ 1949.2. First period (1930 to 1933) is the basic theory of the formation and content inspection Kato period. \Kato theory of the basic contents include three aspects: First, the natural connection from mechanics, through physics, chemistry, biology approaches, and finally to the spiritual world; Second, a process must be within the next Process conditions for development; Third, the development of consciousness in the process and are subject to a natural process requirements, the theory of consciousness arising from this provision. In his debut, \After he was criticized and abandoned Fukumoto doctrine, Deborin ideas and views, subjective partisan theory, based on the theory of Kato further test the basic content. The second period (1936 to 1937) is subjective partisan through critical theory, the further development of the theory Kato period. At that time, the Soviet Union m Kim ① Soviet philosophy has become the authority on behalf of the theory is partisan. Shan letter a, Hiroshi Nagata JCP leaders such as King's heritage m thinking of them from the \Kato was pointed out that the theory is subjective partisan Fukumoto Miki philosophy and ideology of continuity. To this end, Kato moving from Marx \partisan theory lacks theoretical foundation of Marxism and Marxist critique given subjective partisan epistemology epistemology, maintaining the Marxist philosophy and Engels' Dialectics of Nature \The third period (two years after the war ~ 1949.2) is Kato theoretical systematization period. Kato is that, when the Japanese Communist Party \He believes that the true theory of consciousness is in general practice reflect natural human form, rather than from a simple \In the last three years of his life, Kato is a natural point of systematically combing his ideas, write four papers for the Japanese Communist Party magazine \But because of his theoretical perspectives and the Japanese Communist Party \He was denied the right ideas buried. Kato is the practice and theoretical research activities simultaneously. 1927 to 1932 to complete \Established in 1930 in Kyoto, Kyoto Institute of proletarian segment, then went to Tokyo in 1931 formed the Friends of the Soviet Union, and secretly joined the Communist Party of Japan. 1932 joined materialist Research Council, Kyoto University in 1933 with the student movement events kept in close contact, was first arrested in November, 1934 Pipansihuan later, in nursing homes during convalescence, still secretly engaged in the liberation of the proletariat career, to help the anti-fascist magazine \1937 joined the Japanese Communist group, second arrest in 1938, due to a large hemoptysis in prison and was released. 1940 because of the war to the countryside refuge. After World War II, Kato being sick in the reorganization of the Communist Party of God out of the village, the establishment of the Japanese Communist Party group - God out of the village grass-roots organizations, and served as the organization's official newspaper alone \, distribution and so on. Kato was on February 3, 1949 died. Kato being's life is quest Marxism and practice of Marxism life. His theory and practice activities are intertwined. He aspires to be like from a physicist Albert Einstein as an ideal youth, turned into a communist in the cause of liberation of the proletariat. Although his theory at the time was Kato \Him as a pure communist admired by future generations.

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