3 edition of History of Russian social thought found in the catalog.
History of Russian social thought
GeorgiiМ† Valentinovich Plekhanov
Reprint of 1938 ed., New York.
|Statement||translated from the Russian by Boris M. Bekkar [et al.].|
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of Social and Political History at the University of Michigan, and Emeritus Professor of Political Science and History at the Univer-sity of Chicago. His many publications on Russian history include Looking Toward Ararat: Armenian Modern History (), and The Soviet Experiment: Russia, the USSR, and the Successor States (). The Russian military leadership is very conscious of its culture of strategic thought, and the Russian military as a whole has a common understanding of what this strategic culture is built upon. It is the role of the General Staff as the ‘brain of the army’, the General Staff Academy, and other academies to.
My research activity has followed two closely related themes. The main one is the intellectual history of the Russian intelligentsia in the crucial years between and In association with this I have also pursued an interest in the social history of the Russian Revolution. This is a collection of PD texts in Russian (mostly old spelling) language. For the most part they are non-fiction books about Russian history.
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History of Russian social thought. New York, H. Fertig, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Georgiĭ Valentinovich Plekhanov. Book description. The history of ideas has played a central role in Russia's political and social history.
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