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The lively imitation of nature came to be acknowledged as the primary business
of the playwright and was confirmed by the authoritative voices of Dr. Samuel
Johnson, who said in his Preface to Shakespeare (1765) "there is always an
Marx says nothing about the nature of this correspondence between ideological
forms and economic structure, except that ... "Man," he wrote in the Economic and
Philosophic a natural Manuscripts of 1844, being is first of all a natural being.
His thought is complex, a Marxist type of analysis combined with the permanent
fundamentals of Chinese thought and culture. One of its central elements has to
do with the nature and role of contradictions in socialist society. For Mao, every ...
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For virtually all its 238 years,Britannica has ruled the shelves as a peerless general encyclopedia. Reviewers have consistently given it high marks for most of the 12 criteria identified inKister's ... Read full review