I am a philosopher of social science with an interest in Asia. I wrote books for social education, Marx, late Imperial China, the philosophy of history and ethics of economic development. I have problems with racial justice in the United States are becoming more and more important for me in recent years. These topics include the complexity of social life and social change. I just saw that the understanding of social processes in many ways is more difficult to understand the natural world. For example, consider the traditional dichotomy between structure and agency. Is social actions and social structures are inextricably linked and mutual. Marx believes that machenLeute their own stories, but not in circumstances of his election. We can support any clear separation between social structure and social organization. I think that the philosophers should power freedom and reason be seriously and communicate fully with social theorists and researchers to contribute to a better understanding of the social world. . . . . .