The Question of the Identity of Thought and Being in Pre-Marxist Philosophy

Russian Studies in Philosophy 36 (1):5-33 (1997)
The question of the identity of thought and being occupies an important place in the history of philosophy. Engels, addressing this question, wrote: "Is our thought capable of knowing the real world, can we in our ideas and concepts of the real world form a true reflection of reality? In philosophical language this question is called the question of the identity of thought and being. The vast majority of philosophers answer this question affirmatively."
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