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  1. M. E. Omel'ianovskii (1971). V. I. Lenin and Problems of Dialectics in Contemporary Physics. Russian Studies in Philosophy 10 (3):240-251.
    Natural science, and physics as a branch of it, poses the goal of depicting nature as it is, without arbitrary additions by the intelligence cognizing it. This basic spirit of natural science explains why its outstanding representatives, subjectively remote from conscious dialectics, unconsciously apply its principles and postulates as they discover laws of nature and create new theories. One need only recall Engels' words on the discovery of the periodic table by Mendeleyev, who "by unconsciously employing Hegel's law of transition (...)
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  2. M. E. Omel'ianovskii (1968). On The "Dialectical Materialization of Elementary Particles" in Physics Today. Russian Studies in Philosophy 6 (4):56-60.
    Whatever the attitude one takes to the review in Physics Today , the fact remains that a prominent American journal in physics has voiced an opinion on a book devoted to philosophical problems of fundamental theory - at the front line of contemporary physics - written jointly by natural scientists and Marxist philosophers. The appearance of a review is a commonplace event in the life of science, but in the case before us the matter is not so simple. Suffice it (...)
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  3. M. E. Omel'ianovskii (1966). On the Concepts of Elementary and Complex in Microphysics. Russian Studies in Philosophy 4 (4):3-14.
    In the history of philosophy, the problem of the simple and the complex, as it pertains to the universe, presents itself as the problem of the substance of the world, from which the concrete diversity of things comes into being. Two fundamental conceptions are to be seen in investigation of this latter problem in the history of materialism and natural science. The first of them, which essentially presupposes a dialectical understanding of development, regards the world as one, for all the (...)
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  4. M. B. Mitin & M. E. Omel'ianovskii (1964). Soviet-American Philosophic Discussions. Russian Studies in Philosophy 3 (2):52-55.
    On the 27th of December, 1963, a symposium organized by an American society, the Society for the Philosophical Study of Dialectical Materialism, took place in Washington, D. C. The general theme of the symposium was "Dialectical Materialism and Philosophy of Science." The present writers, as representatives of Soviet philosophy, were invited to take part.
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  5. M. E. Omel'ianovskii (1963). The Concept of Dialectical Contradictions in Quantum Physics. Russian Studies in Philosophy 2 (3):17-30.
    Contemporary physicists, in creating theories adequate to nature's patterns of movement and development, speak the language of dialectics whether willingly or unwillingly. Even those whose personal outlook is at variance with dialectical philosophy acknowledge this in their own way. Thus Heisenberg states that inquiry into the foundations of the quantum theory, especially as carried out by Bohr, has features reminiscent of Hegelian philosophy. And, to quote Pauli, "dialectics is that mutual game of two opponents which is typical of the Copenhagen (...)
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