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Studies in East European Thought 13 (3-4):203-217 (1973)
|Abstract||The growing sophistication in the Soviet discussion about man and morality carries with it the threat that human autonomy may recover some of its Marxian originality in contrast with the Leninist-Stalinist insistence on a mechanist determinism.|
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