Science and Philosophy in the Soviet Union

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This is a Borzoi Book Published by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

Copyright © 1966, 1971 by Loren R. Graham.

All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York, and simultaneously in Canada by Random House of Canada Limited, Toronto. Distributed by Random House, Inc., New York.

ISBN. 0-394-44387-X

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number. 77-136313

Acknowedgment is gratefully extended to the following to reprint from their works:

Academic Press, Inc.: From THE ORIGINS OF PREBIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND OF THEIR MOLECULAR MATRICES, edited by Sidney W. Fox. Copyright © 1965 by Academic Press, Inc. From LIFE: ITS NATURE, ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT, by A. I. Oparin. Copyright © 1961 by Academic Press, Inc.

Atherton Press: From SCIENCE AND IDEOLOGY IN THE SOVIET UNION, edited by George Fischer ( 1967).

Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, England: From THE NEW GENETICS IN THE SOVIET UNION, by P. S. Hudson and R. H. Richens.

Humanities Press Inc. and D. Reidel Publishing Company: From THE PHILOSOPHY OF QUANTUM MECHANICS, by D. I. Blokhintsev.

International Publishers Co., Inc.: From READER IN MARXIST PHILOSOPHY, edited by Howard Selsam, et al. Copyright © 1963 by International Publishers Co., Inc. From DIALECTICS OF NATURE, by Friedrich Engels. Copyright 1940 by International Publishers Co., Inc.

The Macmillan Company: From THE ORIGIN OF LIFE, by A. I. Oparin ( 1938). From THE MYSTERY OF THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE, by William Bonnor ( 1964).

Pergamon Press Limited: From THE THEORY OF SPACE, TIME AND GRAVITATION, by V. A. Fock ( 1959). From PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON THE ORIGIN OF LIFE ON THE EARTH, edited by A. I. Oparin, et al. ( 1959). From PRESENT DAY RUSSIAN PSYCHOLOGY, edited by Neil O'Connor ( 1966).

Universe Books, Inc. and George Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd.: From THE ORIGIN OF LIFE, by J. B. Bernal ( 1967).

The article entitled "Cybernetics" appeared in different form in the July 1964 issue of Survey ( London).

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Science and Philosophy in the Soviet Union
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • I Introduction: - Background of The Discussions 3
  • II- Dialectical Materialism: The Soviet Marxist Philosophy of Science 24
  • Iii Quantum Mechanics 69
  • Iv Relativity Theory 111
  • V- Cosmology And Cosmogony 139
  • VI - Genetics 195
  • Vii Origin of Life 257
  • Viiistructural Chemistry 297
  • IX - Cybernetics 324
  • X- Physiology And Psychology 355
  • Concluding Remarks 430
  • Appendixes 441
  • Appendix I Lysenko and Zhdanov 443
  • Appendix II H. J. Muller on Lenin And Genetics 451
  • Notes 471
  • Bibliography 553
  • Index 585
  • A Note on the Author 601
  • A Note on the Type 603
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