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Naumova T.V.
YA.A. MILNERA-IRININ'S VIEWS IN DOMESTIC ETHICS OF THE MIDDLE OF THE XX CENTURY [№ 9 ' 2015]
It is important to address problems which were discussed in the domestic philosophy in the soviet period of XX century to restore the history of Russian philosophy. Marxism-Leninism was the official doctrine in the USSR during 70 years. No theory in any area of science especially in philosophy could be made public without referring to Marxism-Leninism. However deep critical studies in areas of ontology, gnoseology, aesthetics and ethics originated in Soviet philosophy. Including unorthodox conceptions of morality which appeared in The Soviet Union in spite of Marxist-Leninist ethics predominance. The theory of J.A. Milner-Irinin which he was working on during his whole life is examined in this article. The book "Ethics, or the Principles of True Humanness" is the result of his work. This book wasn't available for readers' eyes for several decades. Ideas expressed by the scientist on the subject, problems and categories of the ethics, on moral substance of the human being didn't fit in limits of the official Marxist-Leninist ethics. In the atmosphere of the fight with cosmopolitanism J.A. Milner-Irinin's work was subjected to severe and unfounded criticism in the forms of revelatory publications in newspapers and magazines, philosophical discussions and party meetings. These facts are confirmed by archival materials used in this article. Statements on moral principles phrased by J.A. Milner-Irinin in the middle of the last century can become an appeal to the broad modern audience which is getting introduced to the moral-philosophical reflections, to the audience aspiring to the higher level of the philosophical and human culture.

Naumova T.V.
MARXIST SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY AS THE BASE FOR RESEARCH OF HUMAN SOCIETY IN PRESENT AND IN FUTURE (REVIEW OF A BOOK BY U.K. PLETNIKOV "MATERIALISTIC COMPREHENSION OF HISTORY AND PROBLEMS OF SOCIALISM THEORY" MOSCOW: ALPHA-М, 2008. 368 P.) [№ 7 ' 2010]
The review analyses main ideas of the book by U.K. Pletnikov "Materialistic comprehension of history and problems of socialism theory". Along with the author of the monography the article attempts to show topicality of philosophic ideas of K. Marx in contemporary world.

Naumova T.V.
SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT THE PROBLEMS OF RESEARCHES AND HISTORY PERIODIZATION OF SOVIET PHILOSOPHY [№ 1 ' 2010]
In this article the author analyzes existed at the present time versions about the role, periodization and existence of Soviet philosophy. Emphasizing of problems connected with understanding and appraisal of Soviet philosophy is important for historical-philosophical perception from methodological point of view.

Naumova T.V.
CONCEPT OF GLOBAL PROBLEMS IN I.T. FROLOV"S PHILOSOPHY [№ 7 ' 2009]
The article considers the concept of global problems in I.T. Frolov"s philosophy teaching. I.T. Frolov was on of the first in the USSR who started developing research known as philosophy of global problems. When revealing the concept of global problems, the philosopher used Marx"s teaching and argued that his ideas were relevant still today. Addressing the issues that were analyzed in Soviet history period is urgent for reconstruction of the history of the Russian philosophy development.


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Sergey Aleksandrovich
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