Lenin quote

Justin Schwartz jschwart at freenet.columbus.oh.us
Sun Nov 6 20:41:36 MST 1994

To order a copy of Materialism and Empiriocriticism: write Global Books.
16145 Woodward, Highland Park, MI 48203, Ph. 313 883 4940. It's the CP
Bookstore in Detroit. They may have a used copy for cheaper. Remind them
that out of state purchases are sales-tax free.

Or you could try International Publishers in NYC, I don't know the address,
but you could get it from information.

> Here you go:
> V.I. Lenin, Collected Works, vol. 14, 1908, Progress Publishers, Moscow,
> fourth printing 1977. _Materialism and Empirio-Criticism_; chapter 5 "The
> recent Revolution in Natural science, and Philosophical Idealism";
> section 5 "The Two Trends in Modern Physics, and German Idealism; p. 289
> "The unity of nature is revealed in the 'astonishing analogy' between the
> differential equations of the various realms of phenomena."  The interior
> quotation marks are provided by Lenin in reference to Ludwig Boltzmann,
> whom he uses as a foil against symbolic physics and as an indication of a
> turn towards dialectical materialism within modern physics.
> Hope that's helpful.
> While we're on this subject, does anybody know where I can get a copy of
> Materialism and Empirico-Criticism?  I have been using a friends copy,
> but he needs it back and I've been unable to find a book store that can
> order one for me.
> Flannon
> On Sun, 6 Nov 1994 FS300131 at Sol.YorkU.CA wrote:
> > We are preparing a translation of an article on Engels and mathematics
> > for the journal "Nature, Society, and Thought" written by a Cuban
> > philosopher. She cites a statement by Lenin that, in translation
> > from the Spanish, reads "The unity of nature is shown by the astonishing
> > similarity of differential equations that refer to different orders
> > of phenomena" and gives the reference as p. 260 to an edition of
> > Materialism and Empirio-Criticism published in Buenos Aires in
> > 1956.
> >
> > Can anyone identify this statment by chapter and section so that
> > we can find it in an English-language edition?
> >
> > Erwin Marquit
> > FS300131 at sol.yorku.ca
> > (on sabbattical from Univ. of Minnesota)
> >
> >


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