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Themes in Soviet Marxist Philosophy : Selected Articles from the 'Filosofskaja Enciklopedija'

Author: T J Blakeley
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1975.
Series: Sovietica, Publications and Monographs of the Institute of East-European Studies at the University of Fribourg/Switzerland and the Center for East Europe, Russia and Asia at Boston College and the Seminar for Political Theory and Philosophy at the University of Munich, 37.
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Published in the years between 1960 and 1970, the Filosofskaja en- ciklopedija (FE) has replaced the Kratkij filosofskij slovar' (Short Philo- sophic Dictionary: 1939, 1941, 1951 and 1954) and the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: T J Blakeley
ISBN: 9789401018739 9401018731
OCLC Number: 851369375
Description: 1 online resource (235 pages).
Contents: The Basic Question of Philosophy --
Dialectical Materialism --
I. The Object of Dialectical Materialism --
II. The Origins of Diamat --
III. The Leninist Stage in the Development of Diamat --
IV. Matter and Consciousness --
V. The Dialectic of the Cognitive Process --
VI. The Dialectic as Logic and Theory of Knowledge --
VII. The Categories and Laws of the Dialectic --
VIII. Dialectical Materialism and Modern Science --
IX. The Unity of Diamat and Histomat --
X. Diamat and Histomat as Conceptual Tools of the Marxist Party --
XI. Diamat and Contemporary Bourgeois Philosophy --
XII. Diamat and the Present --
Matter --
Consciousness --
I. The History of Views on Consciousness --
II. The Material Base and the Ideal Essence of Consciousness --
III. The Activity of Consciousness. Consciousness and Reality --
IV. The Structure of Consciousness. Psyche and Consciousness. Consciousness and Self-Consciousness --
V. The Emergence of Consciousness and Its Biological Prerequisites --
VI. The Social Essence of Consciousness. Individual and Social Consciousness --
Dialectical Logic --
I. The Object of Dialectical Logic and Its Tasks --
II. The History of Dialectical Logic --
III. Dialectic Logic in Bourgeois Philosophy at the Turn of This Century --
IV. Dialectical Logic in Soviet Philosophy --
V. The Basic Principles and Laws of Dialectical Logic --
VI. On the System of Dialectical Categories --
VII. On the Dialectic of Categories --
Psychology --
I. The History of Foreign Psychology --
II. The History of Soviet Psychology --
Science --
I. The Concept of 'Science' --
II. The General Characteristics of Science --
III. The Object, Methods and Structure of Scientific Knowledge --
IV. The Social Essence of Science --
V. The Laws of the Development of Science --
VI. Conditions and Tendencies in the Development of Contemporary Science --
Historical Materialism --
I. The Social-Economic Presuppositions of the Emergence of Histomat --
II. The Conceptual Presuppositions of the Emergence of Histomat --
III. Diamat and Histomat. Specificity of the Laws of Social Life --
IV. The Social-Economic Formation --
V. The People as Creator of History --
VI. The Historical Laws and Conscious Human Activity. Necessity and Freedom --
VII. The Leninist Stage in the Development of Histomat --
VIII. Histomat's Partisanship. Histomat and Modern Bourgeois Sociology --
IX. The Idealist and Reactionary Character of Bourgeois Sociology --
Political Economy --
Ethics --
I. The Origin of the Term and the Notion --
II. The Object and Tasks --
III. The Basic Problems of Ethics and Types of Ethical Theory --
IV. Marxist Ethics --
Esthetics --
I. The History of Esthetics --
II. Esthetics in Russia --
III. Emergence and Development of Marxist Esthetics --
IV. The Esthetic as Object of Esthetics --
Index of Names.
Series Title: Sovietica, Publications and Monographs of the Institute of East-European Studies at the University of Fribourg/Switzerland and the Center for East Europe, Russia and Asia at Boston College and the Seminar for Political Theory and Philosophy at the University of Munich, 37.
Responsibility: edited by T.J. Blakeley.

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