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Proceedings of the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 72, 2018

Social Philosophy

Qingxia Li
Pages 89-91

The Essence and Particularity of Contemporary Chinese Social Transition

Since the Opium War, China has changed its society from traditional agricultural civilization to a modern industrial society. Compared with other countries’ transition from an agricultural society to an industrial society, China’s modernized reforming has something in common. That is why the powerfully marked agricultural civilization and the constantly changed international environment make China’s social transition having unique features. First, it is a long time for the process of the social transition. Second, the process of social transition is extremely complicated. Third, social conflicts tend to be sharpened during the period of social transition. Last, the process and completion of social transition is quite tough.

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