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Philosophical arabesques

Author: Nikolaĭ Bukharin
Publisher: New York : Monthly Review Press, ©2005.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nikolaĭ Bukharin
ISBN: 1583671021 9781583671023
OCLC Number: 57506610
Language Note: Translated from the Russian.
Description: 407 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The reality of the world and the intrigues of solipsism --
Acceptance and nonacceptance of the world --
Things in themselves and their cognizability --
Space and time --
Mediated knowledge --
The abstract and the concrete --
Perception, image, concept --
Living nature and the artistic attitude toward it --
Rational thought, dialectical thought, and direct contemplation --
Practice in general and the place of practice in the theory of knowledge --
Practical, theoretical and aesthetic attitudes toward the world, and their unity --
The fundamental positions of materialism and idealism --
Hylozoism and panpsychism --
Hindu mysticism and western European philosophy --
The so-called philosophy of identity --
The sins of mechanistic materialism --
The general laws and relations of being --
Teleology --
Freedom and necessity --
The organism --
Modern science and dialectical materialism --
The sociology of thought: labor and thought as social-historical categories --
The sociology of thought: mode of production and mode of representation --
On so-called racial thought --
Social position, thought, and "experience" --
The object of philosophy --
The subject of philosophy --
The interaction of subject and object --
Society as the object and subject of mastering --
Truth: the concept of truth and the criterion of the truthful --
Truth: absolute and relative truth --
The good --
Hegel's dialectical idealism as a system --
The dialectics of Hegel and the dialectics of Marx --
Dialectics as science and dialectics as art --
Science and philosophy --
Evolution --
Theory and history --
The social ideal --
Lenin as a philosopher.
Other Titles: Filosofskiye Arabeski.
Responsibility: Nikolai Bukharin ; translated by Renfrey Clarke ; with editorial assistance by George Shriver.
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