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Authors: Hecker, Julius Friedrich. Discussions on red philosophy; with a foreword by John Macmurray. Julius Friedrich Hecker.
discussions on red philosophy. Published 1934 by John Wiley & Sons in New York. Russia, Soviet Union.
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Moscow Dialogues : Discussions on Red Philosophy. By (author) Julius Friedrich Hecker.
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Moscow Dialogues : Discussions on Red Philosophy, J. Hecker; Introd. London : Chapman & Hall, 1933. xvii, 285 p Index: p. 279 - 285. Содержание: Dialogue I, in Which a Group of American Intellectuals Start a Discussion on Philosophy with a Russian Communist Dialogue II, in Which the Historical Background and Development of Russian Revolutionary Philosophy is Discussed Dialogue III, in Which the Discussion of the Previous Subjects is Continued Dialogue IV, in Which the Development and Philosophy of the Russian Revolutionary Parties is Discussed Dialogue V