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    A. I. Berg (1962). On Certain Problems Concerning Cybernetics. Russian Studies in Philosophy 1 (1):57-65.
    No generally accepted, unambiguous definition of the term "cybernetics" yet exists. However, we believe that many disputes about the purpose and spheres of application of cybernetics could be brought to an end if the definition of it as the science of the laws of control of complex dynamic systems were accepted. Such dynamic systems exist in unique forms both in living nature and in human society. These are systems capable of changing their state and comprising a multitude of simpler, interrelated (...)
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    A. I. Berg (1974). The Need to Bring All Abilities to Bear. Russian Studies in Philosophy 13 (2):116-118.
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    A. I. Berg (1975). The Problems Must Be Posed and Solved on the Basis of Actually Existing Conditions. Russian Studies in Philosophy 14 (1):38-45.
    I personally ascribe tremendous importance to the problem of socialization and education: I know of no more important problem. The training of personnel equipped with a high level of specialized qualifications, a scientific worldview, and firm Communist convictions is one of the most important questions of our development. No amount of time is too much to give to its discussion, solution, and philosophical analysis. The convening of this kind of round table, at which representatives of various spheres of scholarship and (...)
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