M.I.A. Library: Evald Ilyenkov

 

Evald Ilyenkov Archive

1924 - 1979

“We understand thought (thinking) as the ideal component of the real activity of social people transforming both external nature and themselves by their labour”.Introduction to Dialectical Logic

Evald Ilyenkov - handsome young Russian, with flop of straight black hair and a glint of humour in the eyes

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Works:

Theses on the Question of the Interconnection of Philosophy and Knowledge of Nature and Society in the Process of their Historical Development, 1954
Dialectics of Abstract & Concrete, 1960
A Contribution to the Discussion on School Education, 1964
Hegel and the Problem of the Subject Matter of Logic, 1973
Dialectical Logic, 1974
Activity and Knowledge, 1974
From the Marxist-Leninist Point of View, 1974
The Universal, 1974
A Contribution to a Conversation About Esthetic Education, 1974
A Contribution to a Conversation About Meshcheriakov, 1975
Concept of the Ideal, 1977
Leninist Dialectics & Metaphysics of Positivism, 1979
Knowledge and Thinking, 1979
Excerpt on dialectical contradiction, 1979
Humanism and Science
Psychology
Our Schools Must Teach How to Think!
On the Nature of Ability
The Biological and the Social in Man
A Contribution on the Question of the Concept of ‘Activity’ and Its Significance for Pedagogy

 


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Further reading:

Vygotsky Archive
The Riddle of the Self, by Feliks Mikhailov, 1976,
Awakening to Life, Alexander Meshcheryakov
The Thing-in-Itself and Dialectical Materialism, Lenin, 1908
The Recent Revolution in Natural Science & Philosophical Idealism, Lenin, 1908
Hegel & Mathematics, Ernst Kol'man & Sonia Yanovskaya, 1931
Marx’s Capital – Philosophy and Political Economy, Geoff Pilling, 1980
Marx's Grundrisse and Hegel's Logic, Hiroshi Uchida, 1988
Hegel, Economics and Marx’s Capital, Cyril Smith

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