The End of the Party

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Họ và Tên: PHAN THỊ THANH TÂM
Trường: ĐẠI HỌC HOA SEN
Đại đội 7 – Tiểu đội 7
BÀI THU HOẠCH 1. Nguồn gốc của chiến tranh theo quan điểm của chủ nghĩa Mác – Lênin : • Chiến tranh là một hiện tượng chính trị - xã hội: - Các quan điểm trước Mác: Có nhiều nhà tư tưởng đã đề cập đến vấn đề này song nổi bật nhất là tư tưởng của C.Ph.Claudơvít (1780 - 1831), ông quan niệm chiến tranh là một hành vi bạo lực dùng để buộc đối phương phục tùng ý chí của mình. Chiến tranh là sự huy động sức mạnh không hạn độ, sức mạnh đến tột cùng của các bên tham chiến.Tuy nhiên, Claudơvít chỉ chỉ ra được đặc trưng của chiến tranh là sử dụng bạo lực mà chưa luận giải được bản chất của hành vi bạo lực ấy. - Quan điểm của chủ nghĩa Mác: Chiến tranh là hiện tượng chính trị xã hội có tính lịch sử, đó là cuộc đấu tranh vũ trang có tổ chức giữa các giai cấp, nhà nước (hoặc liên minh giữa các nước) nhằm đạt được mục đích chính trị nhất định. - Như vậy theo quan điểm của chủ nghĩa Mác – Lênin, chiến tranh là kết quả của những mối quan hệ giữa người với người trong xã hội. Nhưng nó không phải là mối quan hệ giữa người với người nói chung, mà nó là mối quan hệ giữa những tập đoàn người có lợi ích cơ bản đối lập nhau. Nhưng khác với các hiện tượng chính trị - xã hội khác, chiến tranh được thể hiện dưới một hình thức đặc biệt, sử dụng một công cụ đặc biệt đó là bạo lực vũ trang. • Nguồn gốc nảy sinh chiến tranh: – Chủ nghĩa Mác – Lênin khẳng định: sự xuất hiện và tồn tại của chế độ chiếm hữu tư nhân về tư liệu sản xuất là nguồn gốc sâu xa (nguồn gốc kinh tế), suy đến cùng đã dẫn đến sự xuất hiện, tồn tại của chiến tranh. Đồng thời sự xuất hiện và tồn tại của giai cấp và đối kháng giai cấp là nguồn gốc trực tiếp (nguồn gốc xã hội) dẫn đến sự xuất hiện, tồn tại của chiến tranh. – Ph. Ăngghen đã…...

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