Russian Studies in Philosophy 21 (1):80-84 (1982)

The history of Russian esthetic thought is one of the most important components of our culture. The philosophical and theoretical significance, the civic spirit, the many-sidedness, diversity, and depth of esthetic ideas make the Russian esthetic heritage a vital and permanent value in the life of the spirit of developed socialism
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