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6. Conclusion
Confucianism is human science. According to the ancients, the sages found the reason why people are human, and wrote on bamboo and silk, then became classics; however, the profound truth in the classics can be used daily by a common man and woman. Fundamentally speaking, Marxism is also the study of human beings. It studies and summarizes the historical laws of human beings becoming ideal human beings, especially emphasizes the production basis of free and all-round development of everyone, the conditions and ways to overcome the alienation of human nature, and points out the historical way forward for the working masses to become ideal human beings. Integrating Marxism and Confucianism is the historical direction of the development of Chinese ideological and cultural history. Whether Marxism and
Confucianism can be successfully integrated and Marxism
Confucianism established will become a theoretical touchstone to measure whether the historical task of Chinese socialist construction has been completed. According to
Marx's historical materialism, socialism is the primary stage of communism, with more sufficient historical conditions, more deeply rooted philosophical guidance and moral encouragement to help the working people become ideal people. Marxist Confucianism is about to become such a philosophical theory.

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