The Problem of Premise in "Human Personality"

Modern Philosophy 3:34-38 (2010)

Abstract
"Personality" issues, although increasingly attracted the interest of scholars and made ​​a lot of research, but research on this issue reflect the premise remains to be done. When our in-depth thinking and analysis of these three questions, they will find that which implies a need to think about the premise of the question: What is personality? Personality what sense does it really mean for people and value? What personality come from? The problem is the study of human personality must first answer the question. Really understand and grasp the "personality" issue needs to go beyond "abstract theory of human nature," thought limitations. Only Marx's "specific theory of human nature" as a guide, in order to form on the "personality" of a reasonable concept
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