Three Problems of Ecology: Population, Resources, Pollution

Russian Studies in Philosophy 13 (2):8-14 (1974)

Abstract

In his speech Academician Fedorov expressed the opinion that the political and ideological meaning of the problem of interaction between man and nature is fundamental for our conference.

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