Time as a Category of Sociohistorical Being

Russian Studies in Philosophy 19 (2):3-26 (1980)
For a long period, no attention was paid in our literature to the circumstance that space and time, as fundamental forms of the existence of matter, cannot be reduced to the characteristics of space and time as viewed in physics. Nor was the fact taken into consideration that sociohistorical being is no less real than the existence of physical things, that the activity of human society is no less objective than the physical interactions of the material world
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DOI 10.2753/RSP1061-196719023
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