Science in Russia and the Soviet Union: A Short History

@article{Brooks1993ScienceIR,
  title={Science in Russia and the Soviet Union: A Short History},
  author={Nathan M. Brooks and Loren Graham},
  journal={Technology and Culture},
  year={1993},
  volume={36},
  pages={725}
}
Preface Illustrations Introduction Part I. The Tsarist Period: 1. Russian science before 1800 2. Science in nineteenth-century Russia 3. Russian intellectuals and Darwinism Part II. Russian Science and a Marxist Revolution: 4. The Russian Revolution and the scientific community 5. The role of dialectical materialism: the authentic phase 6. Stalinist ideology and the Lysenko affair Part III. Science and Soviet Society: 7. Soviet attitudes towards the social and historical society 8. Knowledge… 
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