矛盾论英文名字是On Contradiction. On the Correct Handling of Contradictions among the People
On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the People is a 1957 essay by the Chinese Communist revolutionary Mao Zedong published during the Eleventh Session of the Supreme State Conference.The essay explores the concepts developed by Mao in the 1937 publication On Contradiction concerning the metaphysics of dialectical reasoning, and sets out to establish a social philosophy based on these concepts.
The essay originated in a speech to the Communist Party in February 1957. It was revised and printed in the Peoples Daily later (June?) in 1957. The main point of the speech was to make a distinction between "contradictions amongst the people" and "counter-revolutionary contradictions". The former were to be treated quite differently from the latter. The stated Maoist policy was to "isolate the few and win over the many". The understanding being that "the many" were basically supportive of the Chinese Communist Party, whereas "the few" were determined to overthrow the Party and create Chaos at the behest of foreign or class enemies. As an aside, the discussion in the essay of capitalists and their role is interesting in the light of the strong links between the current CCP and Chinese capitalism today.