Tugan-Baranovsky, Mikhail Ivanovich( The economist and sociologist, a prominent representative of 'Legal Marxism')
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Biography Tugan-Baranovsky, Mikhail Ivanovich
8/20.1.1865 - 21.1.1919
Trivia Graduated from the Physics and Mathematics of Kharkov Zap / 1888 / external students passed the exam for the Faculty of Law. He taught at St. Petersburg University, those in 1899 - ousted for political reasons. Since 1913 - Professor. St. Petersburg Polytechnic Institute. Minister of Finance at the Central Rada in 1917. Evolved from Kant to positivism, then - to the neo -. He tried to substantiate the ideas of socialism with the help of Kant's ethics.
. Teaching 'Teaching on the rule of class interests, absolutely powerless to explain the true nature of morality, religion, art and science, for the class interest is not a criteria of goodness, truth and beauty'
. (Tugan-Baranovsky M. I. Theoretical Foundations of Marxism. SPb., 1906. S. 115).
Major works 1 / Socialism as a positive teaching. P., 1918; 2 / In search of a new world. Socialist community of our time. 2 ed. Moscow, 1919; 3 / impact of the ideas of political economy at the science and philosophy. K., 1925.
Works fundamental error of the abstract theory of capitalism Marx / Scientific Review. 1899. ? 5; Sovrem. Socialism in its historical. development. SPb., 1906; Sketches from the recent history of political economy and socialism. SPb., 1907; Foundations poured. savings. SPb., 1909; a better future. SPb., 1913; periodic industrial crises. SPb., 1914; Social foundations of cooperation. Pg., 1916; Eng. revolution and socialism. Pg., 1917; rubbing. fundamentals of Marxism. M., 1918, In search of a new world: the socialist community of our time. M., 1919, Effect of ideas poured. savings in natural science and philosophy. Kiev, 1925.
Literature Antsyferov AN. Tugan-Baranovsky. Kharkov, 1919; Kondratiev N.D. Mikhail Ivanovich Tugan-Baranovsky. Pg., 1923; Tatarnikova S.N. Tugan-Baranovsky: In search of a new catholicity Vestnik Moscow University. Ser. 7. Philosophy. 1990. ? 1; Golman M. TV-B. L., 1926.