Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2022, 5(13); doi: 10.25236/AJHSS.2022.051303.
School of Marxism, Tianjin University of Commerce, Tianjin, 300134, China
China has thousands of years of history and profound culture. In the course of thousands of years of development, China's collectivist culture has continuously developed and evolved, gradually becoming the common value orientation of all Chinese people in the long-term historical process, and the collectivist cultural ideology has occupied a dominant position in the traditional values of Chinese people for the vast majority of historical time. In the course of thousands of years of development, China's collectivist culture has continuously developed and evolved. In the long historical process, it has gradually become the common value orientation of all Chinese people. This concept fills the minds of Chinese people and forms the collectivist thinking mode in Chinese traditional culture. The root of Chinese traditional culture advocating collectivism is not only geographical environmental factors, but also political, economic and cultural factors. It is a complete system to study the reasons of Chinese traditional culture advocating collectivism.
Traditional culture, Collectivism, Patriarchal system, Absolutism and centralization
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