Light and Shadows in the History of Soviet Philosophy

Russian Studies in Philosophy 39 (2):79-85 (2000)
Russia is a country of extremes, as everyone knows. No matter what we do we are driven, as a rule, now to the extreme left and then to the extreme right. In the contemporary historiography of Soviet philosophy, such extreme turns lie at the surface. Among such extremes, I would include, in particular, the article "The Suppression of Philosophy in the USSR" [Podavlenie filosofii v SSSR], which appeared in Russian Philosophy. A Concise Encyclopedic Dictionary [Russkaia filosofiia. Malyi entsiklopedicheskii slovar'] . I do not wish to say that one should not write about the suppression of Soviet philosophy. The problem is to maintain the necessary proportions
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