Literature and Philosophy of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, once said that if scholars from both sides of the Taiwan Strait want to study Chinese philosophy, they cannot go beyond or ignore the thought of Mr. Mou Zongsan: What is certain is that for Chinese philosophical researchers on both sides of the Taiwan Strait, Mr. Mou's related works have achieved a status similar to classics. But this is not to say that Mr. Mou's views have been accepted by most scholars; it is to say that, whether you agree with his views or not, you cannot ignore them. This kind of situation is similar to what Zheng Xin said in the Preface to Kant's Xueshu: "Beyond Kant, there may be new philosophies, and if Kant is passed, there can only be bad philosophies."
Similarly, we also To say: Chinese philosophy telemarketing list researchers may disagree with Mr. Mou's views, but they must ignore them. In addition to understanding Mou Zongsan from the perspective of Chinese philosophy or traditional Chinese thought, there is actually another aspect that deserves everyone's attention, that is, Mou Zongsan's anti-communist stance that has never changed in his life, and his anti-communist thoughts with philosophical theoretical depth. As Peng Guoxiang, an expert on Mou Zongsan's political and social thought, said, Mou Zongsan was infiltrated by Confucianism very early because he was immersed in Confucianism since childhood, so he had a clear awareness of communist ideology, and he was most aware of Marxism and communism from a young age.
The core theories: "Material Dialectics" and "Historical Materialism" have been clearly criticized. Peng Guoxiang believes that it is precisely because Mou Zongsan has the characteristics of the "continuum of inner saints and outer kings" in traditional Confucianism that he attaches great importance to the traditionalization of Confucianism into philosophical theories, which is not the result of pure rational speculation. The fundamental starting point is closely related to his desire to criticize the communist ideology that ravaged Chinese intellectual circles at that time. Mou Zongsan regarded communist ideology as a "disaster of ideas". The firm anti-communist attitude is that he has never changed his basic position in his life.