Through carding changes of traditional referential theory,historical cause-effect referential theory and intentional referential theory,the paper combines grammatical and contextual meanings of language,combines natural and non-natural meanings of language and combines existing meaning and its social history development.
According to the analyzed method of the aim of foundation of human social behaviors and the Marxism theory of scientific methodology, this thesis considers that ideological and political education aim is restricted by the social historical conditions.
Promoting the all-round development of people is the inevitable trend of the human social and historical development, and it is also the historical tasks and fundamental requirements of building the socialism.
Network archival information resources and traditional information resources of archives both belong to the same components of social and historical cultural heritage and social memory, and have the unique value and status different from general information resources (including general network information resources).
The existence of Asian productive way displays in its non-independence and immersion with cultural spirit, which proves the uniqueness of eastern social system and the development of eastern society and history are different from that of the western countries.
The analysis of the relation between culture and social history development from the perspective of sociology of religion has important inspirational significance to the research of the development of contemporary society and history.
This paper explores the aporetic nature of social and historical being as it emerges from a juxtaposition of the philosophies of Castoriadis and Heidegger with specific emphasis on their meditations on history, individuality and collective being.
To explain the marked differences across regions, it is necessary to understand the influence of biophysical and technological variables, as well as the social and historical differences across the regions.
Rather than an end in itself, Durkheim's sociology should thus be seen as a means to other ends-i.e., the "construction" of a particular kind of "fact"-within a specific social and historical context.
The gap between these decisions highlights the differences in the social and historical circumstances in which the respective British policies were formulated.
The future of group psychotherapy is seen in the context of social and historical links which demonstrate a pervasive ambivalence about groups, leading to idealisation, fear, and attack on the group.