Pyongyang, July 26 (KCNA) -- The Juche philosophy expounds the Juche view of the world, a man-centered outlook on the world.
Many people in the five continents of the world have highly praised as their great teacher and benefactor Chairman Kim Jong Il who made immortal contributions to the human cause of independence by enriching the Juche philosophy.
With his rare ideo-theoretical wisdom, the Chairman perfectly formulated the Juche philosophy, a new philosophy founded by President Kim Il Sung , as the man-centered original philosophical idea and, on this basis, developed the Juche idea into a complete theory scientifically showing the way for human emancipation.
During his revolutionary activities at Kim Il Sung University in the 1960s, he authored lots of works broadly elucidating the philosophical idea of Juche.
From the 1970s when organizations for the study of the Juche idea were formed on a worldwide scale and its followers got brisk in their activities for disseminating the Juche idea, he made public "On Some Questions in Understanding the Juche Philosophy", "On the Juche Idea", "On Having a Correct Viewpoint and Understanding of the Juche Philosophy" and other celebrated works one after another.
In the celebrated work "The Juche Philosophy Is an Original Revolutionary Philosophy" published on July 26, Juche 85 (1996), he proved the greatness of the Juche philosophy, the most popular philosophy that is the acme in the development of human philosophical idea.
His classic works have served as an encyclopedia in studying the Juche philosophy as they comprehend in an overall way the originality, scientific accuracy and truthfulness of the Juche philosophy and the scientific ways for embodying it.
Pierre Boudot, a professor of the University of Paris 1 in France who was introduced as a follower of the Nietzsche philosophy in the French dictionary on characters, read the Chairman's famous works and sent his family a letter which said: Before long, I will return home with rare "wealth" from "windfall" greater than Edmond Dantes' in "Count of Monte Cristo".
The advantageous and viable Juche philosophy is still now gripping the hearts of all people. -0-