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Plekhanov

(Russian pljɪˈçɑnof)
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(Biography) Georgi Valentinovich (ˈɡjɪorɡji valɪnˈtjinəvjɪʃ). 1857–1918, Russian revolutionary; founder of Russian Marxism and leader of the Russian Social Democratic Workers' Party
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Currently, six branches of foreign universities (the Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics, the International University of Westminster, the Lomonosov Moscow State University, the Management Development Institute of Singapore, the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, the Polytechnic University of Turin, and the Inha University) operate in Uzbekistan, and all of them are located in Tashkent city.
In an apparent criticism of Putin's record on press freedom, Johnson told students at Plekhanov University that "a society where journalists are shot because they investigate the business doings of the rich and powerful" was likely to be less prosperous.
Tambien se detiene de manera enfatica en actores como Gorki, Trotski, Stalin, Kamenev, Zinoviev, Kerenski, el principe Lvov, Tsereteli, Radek, Plekhanov, Miliukov, Buchanan, Samuel Hoare y Zimmerwald.
What are the Marxists works you have studied: Aside from works by Marx himself, I have read the work of Plekhanov, Bukharin, etc.
Yet, as Plekhanov, one of the foremost theoretician of orthodox Marxism, points out, 'the activities of individuals cannot help being important in history', nor can the individual be considered a quantite negligeable.
For Lenin, Plekhanov was "among the world's greatest thinkers and publicists"--a contemporary who, in Lenin's judgment, had "the greatest knowledge of Marxist philosophy.
Attempting to show how free individuals are bound by historical necessity, Plekhanov in 'The Role of Individual in History' (1940) claimed: 'If I know in what direction social relations are changing owing to given change in the social economic process of production, I also know in what direction social mentality is changing.
This type of ties is naturally long-term and even permanent and pursue multi-dimensional and complicated goals," Alexnader Paranjiov, a professor at Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, told FNA.
They include Westminster University, Turin Polytechnic University, Singapore Institute of Management Development, Inha University, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian State University of Economics named after Plekhanov, and the Russian State University of Oil and Gas named after Gubkin.
This is because higher corruption increases the cost of doing business, thus lowering the returns of investment as well as increasing uncertainty for FDI (Belgibayeva and Plekhanov 2015; Rahim 2014).
A arte, como afirma Plekhanov (18), e por excelencia, um dos meios de aproximacao espiritual dos homens.
In 1904, he apparently made a comment during a lecture on 'Scientific socialism and religion' that Georgij Plekhanov had delivered in Zurich.