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  1. P. N. Fedoseev (1987). Dialectics in the Contemporary World. Russian Studies in Philosophy 25 (4):3-37.
    The Twenty-seventh Congress of the CPSU has set the course to guide the present development of our society and determine its short- and long-term prospects. The Congress took place at a watershed in the development of the country and the contemporary world as a whole. It generalized the accumulated domestic and international experience in socialist construction, formulated a strategy to achieve the triumph of the ideals of communism, peace, and progress, made a creative contribution to the development of Marxist-Leninist theory, (...)
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  2. P. N. Fedoseev (1984). Marxist Dialectics and Social Life. Russian Studies in Philosophy 23 (1):3-10.
    The countries of the socialist community are currently undergoing a historical period in their development in which it is especially necessary for them to construct clear and precise ideas about many of the fundamentally new phenomena and trends in social life. However specific the problems may seem to each country, they essentially have much in common.
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  3. P. N. Fedoseev (1983). Karl Marx and Our Epoch. Russian Studies in Philosophy 22 (2):28-67.
    Progressive public opinion has proclaimed 1983 Karl Marx Year. On 5 May of this year, 165 years will have passed since the day of his birth; and a hundred years ago, on 14 March 1883, his mighty heart stopped beating. His intensive work in organizing the international revolutionary movement of the proletariat, the sedulous persecution of him by the authorities, and the constant material need and theoretical concerns that drove him to the point of exhaustion steadily undermined and ultimately destroyed (...)
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  4. P. N. Fedoseev (1982). The Dialectics of National and International Factors in the Socialist Way of Life. Russian Studies in Philosophy 21 (1):3-25.
    The Twenty-sixth Congress of the CPSU, which defined the main directions to be taken in the building of communism in the 1980s, gave much attention to problems of further improvement of the socialist way of life and to intensifying the socialization of the people in internationalism and patriotism. the deep analysis of the achievements, problems, and prospects for strengthening the material and intellectual foundations of the socialist way of life contained in the Report of the Central Committee of the CPSU (...)
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  5. P. N. Fedoseev (1978). The Soviet People as Builders of Communism. Russian Studies in Philosophy 16 (4):3-22.
    In the scientific study of historical processes, the Marxist position that the masses of the people are the agent of history has become a primary truth. As an initial methodological directive it stands opposed to every type of attempt to represent history as a process whose participants divide sharply into two fundamentally different groups - historical figures whose deeds shape the course and results of the historical development of society, and the rest of the people, who are the "passive matter" (...)
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  6. P. N. Fedoseev (1971). Closing Remarks. Russian Studies in Philosophy 10 (3):277-294.
    By general agreement, the First USSR Conference on Philosophical Problems of Natural Science, held 12 years ago, was an important event in bringing scholars together for the treatment of problems of world view. In order to stabilize this collaboration, the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences followed up on that conference by adopting a resolution establishing a Learned Council on Philosophical Problems in Natural Science. Approximately one year ago, the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences heard a report on the (...)
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  7. P. N. Fedoseev (1967). The Peace Problem in Contemporary Social Thought. Russian Studies in Philosophy 6 (1):3-15.
    The present epoch is a turning point in world history not only in the sense that a new, communist socio-economic system is coming into being and a new type of societal relationships among men is coming into being on a foundation of profound revolutionary changes, but also in the sense that mankind has come face to face with a global alternative touching upon the fate of all nations: either the progressive development of each people under peaceful conditions must be assured, (...)
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  8. P. N. Fedoseev (1963). Humanism in the Modern World. Russian Studies in Philosophy 2 (3):3-16.
    Man, as a fully human being, is created through society; he in his turn, through his own activities, creates and transforms society.
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  9. P. N. Fedoseev (1962). Contemporary Sociological Theories Concerning War and Peace. Russian Studies in Philosophy 1 (3):3-24.
    The preservation of peace is the central problem of the present day. The peoples have suffered from wars through the ages. No significant period in human history has been without them. Wars have become particularly devastating in the capitalist era, which has seen an improvement of armaments, an increase in the size of warring armies and in the scale of military operations.
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  10. P. N. Fedoseev (1962). The Dialectics of the Growth of Socialism Into Communism. Russian Studies in Philosophy 1 (2):25-35.
    Under today's conditions, when the Soviet Union is successfully engaged in the comprehensive construction of a communist society, and the prospect of uniform advancement toward communism seems possible for the socialist countries, the theoretical problems relating to the transition from socialism to communism acquire major importance. In our day, problems of scientific communism are resolved in practice, in the creative activity of tens and hundreds of millions of people. The success of the construction of communism depends to a very large (...)
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