The Great Soviet Encyclopedia:
Selected Entries on Philosophical & Related Topics


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Aesthetics
M. S. KAGAN

Agnosticism
E. G. IUDIN

Aksel’rod, Liubov’ Isaakovna

Anarchism
G. N. KOLOMIETS, V. V. ALEKSANDROV, and N. M. PIRUMOVA

Anti-Dühring
A. I. VOLODIN

Aristotle
V. F. ASMUS

Artificial Languages
E. A. BOKAREV

Atheism
IU. B. PISHCHIK

Atomism
B. M. KEDROV

Basic Question of Philosophy
T. I. OIZERMAN

Bauer, Bruno
A. M. PANFILOVA

Being
A. P. OGURTSOV

Bernal, John Desmond
M. M. KARPOV

Blake, William
B. A. ALEKSANDROV

Bobrov, Evgenii Aleksandrovich

Bykhovskii, Bernard Emmanuilovich

Čapek, Karel
S. V. NIKOL’SKII

Carnap, Rudolf
I. S. DOBRONRAVOV, D. LAKHUTI, and V. K. FINN

Categories
A. G. SPIRKIN

Caudwell, Christopher

Chuang-Tzu

Confucianism
L. I. DUMAN

Cornforth, Maurice Campbell

cybernetics
V. M. GLUSHKOV

Deborin, Abram Moiseevich

Descartes, René
V. F. ASMUS

Dialectic
A. F. LOSEV and A. G. SPIRKIN

dialectical logic
A. G. NOVIKOV

dialectical materialism
A. G. SPIRKIN

Dialectical Theology
S. S. AVERINTSEV

Dialectics of Nature
G. A. BAGATURIIA

Diderot, Denis
V. IA. BAKHMUTSKII

Efremov, Ivan Antonovich

Eleanor Marx

Empiricism
V. A. LEKTORSKII

Engels, Friedrich
E. P. KANDEL’

Enlightenment
A. G. LEVINTON and O. L. FISHMAN (Western Europe, North America, and the Orient) and A. I. VOLODIN and B. I. KRASNOBAEV (Russia)

Esperanto
V. P. GRIGOREV

Existentialism
P. P. GAIDENKO

Fantasy Literature
V. S. MURAVEV

Feuerbach, Ludwig Andreas
B. E. BYKHOVSKII

Gentile, Giovanni
S. A. EFIROV

Haldane, John Burdon Sanderson
G. E. FEL’DMAN

Hegelianism
M. F. OVSIANNIKOV

Heine, Heinrich
N. IA. BERKOVSKII

Heraclitus of Ephesus
A. F. LOSEV

Herzen, Alexander Ivanovich
N. M. PIRUMOVA and A. I. VOLODIN

Historical Materialism
V. ZH. KELLLE and M. IA. KOVAL’ZON

Holism
I. V. BLAUBERG

Heidegger, Martin
P. P. GAIDENKO

Humanism
V. ZH. KELLE

Husserl, Edmund
P. P. GAIDENKO

Ideal
E. V. I’ENKOV

Idealism
B. E. BYKHOVSKII

Interlinguistics

Iovskii, Aleksandr Alekseevich

Irrationalism

Jókai, Mór
E. I. MALYKHINA

Joyce, James
E. V. KORNILOVA

Kant, Immanuel
V. F. ASMUS

Karinthy, Frigyes

Kedrov, Bonifatii Mikhailovich

Kierkegaard, Søren
IU. N. DAVYDOV

Labriola, Antonio
S. A. EFIROV

Lefebvre, Henri
B. E. BYKHOVSKII

Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Von
G. G. MAIOROV

Lindsay, Jack
V. S. VAKHRUSHEV

Linguistic Philosophy
V. S. SHVYREV

Logic
M. M. NOVOSELOV; M. M. NOVOSELOV, Z. A. KUZICHEVA, and B. V. BIRIUKOV; A. A. MARKOV; Z. A. KUZICHEVA and M. M. NOVOSELOV; IU. P. SELIVANOV

Lukács, Georg

Lully, Raymond
N. V. KOTRELEV

Madách, Imre
E. I. MALYKHINA

Mao Tse-Tung
V. I. ELIZAROV

Maoism
M. L. ALTAISKII

Marx, Karl
L. I. GOL’MAN

Marx-Engels Museum
S. I. BALMASHNOVA

Marxism-Leninism
M. B. MITIN

Materialism
B. M. KEDROV

Materialism and Empiriocriticism: Critical Comments on a Reactionary Philosophy
I. V. KUZNETSOV and A. F. OKULOV

Mythology
A. F. LOSEV

Natural Science
B. M. KEDROV

Neo-Kantianism
V. F. ASMUS

Neopositivism
V. S. SHVYREV

Neurath, Otto
I. S. DOBRONRAVOV

Novalis
AL. V. MIKHAILOV

ontology
E. G. IUDIN

Part and Whole
I. V. BLAUBERG and B. G. IUDIN

phenomenology
A. P. OGURTSOV

Philosophical Notebooks
A. KH. KASYMZHANOV

Philosophical Society of the USSR

philosophy
A. G. SPIRKIN

Plato
A. F. LOSEV

Platonism
A. F. LOSEV

Politzer, Georges

Popper, Karl Raimund
I. S. DOBRONRAVOV

Positivism
V. A. LEKTORSKII

Rationalism
B. S. GRIAZNOV

Realism
G. A. NEDOSHIVIN; A. A. ANIKST; I. S. BRAGINSKH; B. I. ROSTOTSKII; A. N. SOKHOR; G. A. NEDOSHIVIN; A. L. DOBROKHOTOV

Romanticism
V. P. BOL’SHAKOV, A. M. GUREVICH (literature), IU. N. KHOKHLOV (music), and V. A. MARKOV (art)

Rubakin, Nikolai Aleksandrovich
E. P. AREF’EVA

Russell, Bertrand
I. S. NARSKII

Sartre, Jean-Paul
S. I. VELIKOVSKII

Schlegel, August Wilhelm Von
N. IU. PALIEVSKAIA

science fiction
R. I. NUDEL’MAN

Skepticism
V. M. BOGUSLAVSKII

Smuts, Jan Christian

Spinoza, Baruch
V. V. SOKOLOV

Stirner, Max
A. A. MITIUSHIN

Taoism
V. P. RUBIN

Trotskyism
A. G. TITOV

Utopia
E. A. ARAB-OGLY

Vienna Circle
V. V. MSHVENIERADZE

Vitalism
L. IA. BLIAKHER

Vygotskii, Lev Semenovich
I. N. SEMENOV

Wells, Herbert George
IU. I. KAGARLITSKII

Whitehead, Alfred North
A. S. BOGOMOLOV

Wittgenstein, Ludwig
I. S. DOBRONRAVOV and V. S. SHVYREV


SOURCE: The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, ed. A. M. Prokhorov (New York: Macmillan, London: Collier Macmillan, 1974-1983) 31 volumes, 3 volumes of indexes. Translation of 3rd Russian edition of Bol'shaya sovetskaya entsiklopediya (1970-1979).

See also:

(Russian) Great Soviet Encyclopedia online

Great Soviet Encyclopedia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Other Soviet Philosophical Reference Works

On this site:

Skepticism in Soviet Philosophical Dictionaries

Soviet Philosophy from Progress Publishers: Selected Bibliography, 1968-1990 (1)

Merab Mamardashvili: Selected Bibliography & Web Links

Salvaging Soviet Philosophy (1)

Marx and Marxism Web Guide

On other sites:

James Scanlan – Ilyenkov (Biographical Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Philosophers)

A Concise Psychological Dictionary, ed. A.V. Petrovsky & M.G. Yaroshevsky. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1987.


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