Historical Nihilism and the Conflict and Reconstruction of Social Memory

Bin Wei


Social memory plays a crucial role in fostering unity and harmony within a nation and its people. However, in the present era, the surreptitious emergence of historical nihilism threatens to introduce destabilizing elements into society. Consequently, these two phenomena exert vastly divergent influences on the values of a society, giving rise to antagonism and conflict. This paper seeks to explore the conflict between historical nihilism and social memory, identify its roots, and delineate a path towards resolution, culminating in the reconstruction of social memory in this new era. Such reconstruction aims to safeguard social stability and foster national development as part of the country's second centennial goals. The paper delves into theoretical exposition, an analysis of the conflict between these two entities, and the quest for a viable solution, all with the aim of mitigating the adverse effects of historical nihilism, reconstructing social memory, and promoting societal stability.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/sssr.v4n4p85


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