In the history of Chinese Marxism, a noticeable intellectual
phenomenon has been the prolonged Chinese discussion of a Marxist
concept- that of the Asiatic mode of production (hereafter the AMP).
The voices in this discussion, as Timothy Brook has written,1 have
largely gone unheard in the West. Therefore, it is the primary purpose
of this thesis to present in detail the background, the reasoning and the
conclusions of Chinese discussions on the question of the AMP. Since the 1920s, the...[Show more]
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