Mao's Road to Power - Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949

Mao's Road to Power - Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949

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This is Volume I of a 10-volume project to translate and publish the pre-1949 writings of Mao Zedong. It translates the entire contents of the authoritative Mao Zedong zaoqi wengao, 1912.6 - 1920.11(Beijing, 1990), plus 15 additional texts, including: Mao's first surviving work, a middle school essay of 1912 in praise of Shang Yang; his very extensive Classroom Notes of late 1913 on the lectures of his most influential teachers Yang Changji and Yuan the Big Beard; a dozen letters to his then close friend Xiao Zisheng (Siao-yu -- who described a shared odyssey in Mao Tse-tung and I Were Beggars); his 1919 marginal annotations to Friederick Paulsen's work on ethics; and many important letters, articles, and other writings.Idealism considers spirit (consciousness, concepts, the subject) as the source of all that exists in the world, and matter ... of idealism among the various currents of philosophical thought, namely, the division between manual and mental labor.

Title:Mao's Road to Power - Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949
Author:Stuart R. Schram
Publisher:M.E. Sharpe - 1992-01-01


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