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    On Moral Values in Today's World.A. F. Shishkin - 1978 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 17 (1):71-99.
    The editors planned the appearance of this article to coincide with the seventy-fifth birthday of the author, which was to have been marked in December. The issue had already been approved for publication when the sad news came of the sudden death of Aleksandr Fedorovich Shishkin, prominent Soviet philosopher, member of the editorial board of our journal, a remarkable human being, our comrade and friend.
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    On Some Problems of Research in the Field of Ethics: (Reflections on Reading the Literature on Ethics).A. F. Shishkin - 1973 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 12 (3):3-26.
    From the editors of Voprosy filosofii: December 23, 1972, marked the seventieth birthday of A. F. Shishkin, leading Soviet philosopher, major specialist in the field of ethics, one of the oldest and at the same time most active members of the editorial board of our journal. The editors sincerely congratulate Aleksandr Fedorovich on this anniversary and wish him further successes in his work, firm health, and long years of life.
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    On the Ethics of the Scientist.A. F. Shishkin - 1966 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 5 (2):3-14.
    Participants in conferences organized by the editors of our journal have repeatedly expressed the desire that questions pertaining to the ethics of the scientist be examined in its pages.
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    The Problem of Social Determinism and Ethics in the Works of Lenin.A. F. Shishkin - 1968 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 6 (4):22-31.
    As in Marx's and Lenin's time, bourgeois critics of Marxism are accusing Marxists of denying ethics in principle. Some of them say that Marxist economic theory entirely rules out any element of free choice of actions and ethical judgment. Others say that Marx's economic analysis includes a moral indictment of capitalism as an unjust society, but that this means no more than that the ethical element in Marxism is entirely pushed aside by economic analysis and plays no independent role. In (...)
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    The Problem of Objective Knowledge and Social Evaluation in the Works of Lenin.A. F. Shishkin - 1970 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 8 (4):331-353.
    This problem was not the subject of any single book or article of Lenin's. However, in his writings , Lenin often had to deal with this problem and to elucidate significant aspects of it. We believe it necessary, to the degree that is possible within the confines of an article, to examine Lenin's major postulates with respect to this problem, bearing in mind not only the constant need to study this great heritage but also the fact that Lenin's postulates on (...)
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