Alexander Spirkin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Гео́ргиевич Спи́ркин; 1918–2004) was a Soviet and Russian philosopher and psychologist. He was born in Saratov Governorate and graduated from the Moscow State Pedagogical University. In 1959 he received his doctorate in philosophy for a dissertation on the origin of consciousness. He became a professor in 1970, and a year later was elected Vice-President of the USSR Philosophical Society. On November 26, 1974, Alexander Spirkin became a Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences. His principal works deal with the problems of consciousness and self-consciousness, worldview, and the subject matter, structure and functions of philosophy. Prof. Spirkin’s Fundamentals of Philosophy (1988; English translation 1990) expounding Marxist–Leninist phil

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  • Aleksander Spirkin (ros. Александр Георгиевич Спиркин: Aleksander Georgijewicz Spirkin; ur. 24 grudnia 1918 w obwodzie saratowskim, zm. 28 czerwca 2004) – radziecki i rosyjski filozof oraz psycholog. (pl)
  • Алекса́ндр Гео́ргиевич Спи́ркин (24 декабря 1918, с. Чиганак, ныне Аркадакский район, Саратовская область — 28 июня 2004, Москва) — советский и российский философ. Специалист в области диалектического материализма, философских проблем психологии и кибернетики. Кандидатская диссертация (1948) посвящена проблемам социальной психологии в трудах Г. В. Плеханова; докторская диссертация (1959) — проблеме происхождения сознания. Профессор (1970), член-корреспондент АН СССР по Отделению философии и права (философия) с 26 ноября 1974. (ru)
  • Alexander Spirkin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Гео́ргиевич Спи́ркин; 1918–2004) was a Soviet and Russian philosopher and psychologist. He was born in Saratov Governorate and graduated from the Moscow State Pedagogical University. In 1959 he received his doctorate in philosophy for a dissertation on the origin of consciousness. He became a professor in 1970, and a year later was elected Vice-President of the USSR Philosophical Society. On November 26, 1974, Alexander Spirkin became a Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences. His principal works deal with the problems of consciousness and self-consciousness, worldview, and the subject matter, structure and functions of philosophy. Prof. Spirkin’s Fundamentals of Philosophy (1988; English translation 1990) expounding Marxist–Leninist philosophy in popular form was awarded a prize at a competition of textbooks for students of higher educational establishments. (en)
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  • Aleksander Spirkin (ros. Александр Георгиевич Спиркин: Aleksander Georgijewicz Spirkin; ur. 24 grudnia 1918 w obwodzie saratowskim, zm. 28 czerwca 2004) – radziecki i rosyjski filozof oraz psycholog. (pl)
  • Алекса́ндр Гео́ргиевич Спи́ркин (24 декабря 1918, с. Чиганак, ныне Аркадакский район, Саратовская область — 28 июня 2004, Москва) — советский и российский философ. Специалист в области диалектического материализма, философских проблем психологии и кибернетики. Кандидатская диссертация (1948) посвящена проблемам социальной психологии в трудах Г. В. Плеханова; докторская диссертация (1959) — проблеме происхождения сознания. Профессор (1970), член-корреспондент АН СССР по Отделению философии и права (философия) с 26 ноября 1974. (ru)
  • Alexander Spirkin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Гео́ргиевич Спи́ркин; 1918–2004) was a Soviet and Russian philosopher and psychologist. He was born in Saratov Governorate and graduated from the Moscow State Pedagogical University. In 1959 he received his doctorate in philosophy for a dissertation on the origin of consciousness. He became a professor in 1970, and a year later was elected Vice-President of the USSR Philosophical Society. On November 26, 1974, Alexander Spirkin became a Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences. His principal works deal with the problems of consciousness and self-consciousness, worldview, and the subject matter, structure and functions of philosophy. Prof. Spirkin’s Fundamentals of Philosophy (1988; English translation 1990) expounding Marxist–Leninist phil (en)
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