title={IN MEMORIAM},
  author={Karen Gough and Sunghwan Yi},
  journal={Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds},
Год назад ушёл из жизни замечательный человек, социолог, философ Виктор Тимофеевич Дронов. Он окончил философский факультет ЛГУ им. А.А. Жданова, в 1980-х гг. в течение нескольких лет преподавал исторический материализм в Кубинском университете в Гаване, затем долгое время состоял профессором кафедры социологии РГПУ им. А.И. Герцена. В 1990 г. он защитил докторскую диссертацию и стал первым в Ленинграде ученым, получившим степень доктора социологических наук. Указом президента РФ в 2003… Expand

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