The Problem of Peace and the Tasks of Philosophy

Russian Studies in Philosophy 21 (4):77-101 (1983)
"Every philosophy is a philosophy of its own time" , wrote Hegel, thus underscoring an essential aspect of the cognitive function of philosophy. "The issue of peace is a burning, painful one of our time." Lenin made this statement on the day following the overthrow of the provisional government in Russia, putting into words one of the principal issues of the socialist revolution. Since that time, the issue of peace has remained at the center of Marxist thought
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DOI 10.2753/RSP1061-1967210477
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