Principles of the theory of historical process in philosophy

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Progress Publishers , Moscow
Philosophy -- History., Historical materialism., Dialectical materia
StatementT.I. Oizerman, A.S. Bogomolov ; translated by H. Campbell Greighton.
ContributionsOĭzerman, Teodor Ilʹich.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsB99.R92 B64 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination347 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2772737M
LC Control Number86133874

Principles of the Theory of the Historical Process in Philosophy Hardcover – October 1, by T.I. Oizerman (Author), A.S. Bogomolov (Author), H.

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