Lenin's Idea of the Union of Marxist Philosophy and Natural Science

Russian Studies in Philosophy 12 (1):86-98 (1973)
Lenin's work "On the Significance of Militant Materialism," written in the spring of 1922, is justly regarded as the philosophical testament of our leader. In it, the tasks of the day were merged with the tasks of the entire epoch on the basis of a profound analysis of reality
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DOI 10.2753/RSP1061-1967120186
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