N. F. Fedorov (1828-1903): A Study in Russian Eupsychian and Utopian Thought (Google eBook)

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University of Delaware Press, Jan 1, 1977 - Philosophy - 316 pages
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N. F. Fedorov was one of the most formidable Russian thinkers of the nineteenth century. His influence on philosophical, religious, and social thought was enormous. In this volume Professor Lukasbevice uses his structural method to elucidate the psychological problems that accounted for Fedorov's extraordinary ideology.
  

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Contents

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XXXIV
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XXXIX
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