Historical Origin and Mission of Ho Chi Minh's Philosophy

Duong, Nguyen Ba


The article analyzes and comments that the philosophical ideology is an important part of Ho Chi Minh's ideology, reflects the Ho Chi Minh's worldview, outlook on life and scientific methodology and revolutionary lines on fundamental issues of the fighting for  national liberation, social liberation and human liberation, the result of the inheritance, the application and the creative development of the quintessence of the mind and culture of the nation and mankind to the specific conditions of Vietnam.The article discusses the origin of the formation and development of Ho Chi Minh philosophical ideology on the basis of analyzing, indicating objective conditions and subjective factors; emphasizing the relationship between the philosophical ideology of the Vietnamese people and the culture of the East and the West; Marxist-Leninist philosophy and the practical origin, personality of Ho Chi Minh; affirming the role of each factor in forming the independent, creative, dialectical philosophical thinking style of Ho Chi Minh’s philosophy. Thereby, it points out the nature, stature, value, meaning and uniqueness of Ho Chi Minh's philosophical ideology, at the same time, asserts that Ho Chi Minh is not only a leader of the Vietnamese people, a world cultural celebrity, but also a typical philosopher of the Vietnamese nation in the modern time.

Keywords: Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh philosophy, ideology, Vietnamese national culture, Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism; Eastern and Western philosophical ideology; worldview, outlook on life, dialectical materialistic methodology

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/9-2-01

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