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Zinoviev, Aleksandr, 1922-2006

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    • Sinowjew, A. A., 1922-2006
    • Zinovʹev, A. A. (Aleksandr Aleksandrovich), 1922-2006
    • Zinovʹev, Aleksandr, 1922-2006
    • Zinovʹev, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, 1922-2006
    • Zinoviev, Alexander, 1922-2006
    • Zinoviev, Alexandre, 1922-2006
    • Sinowjew, Alexander, 1922-2006
    • Zinowiew, Aleksander, 1922-2006
    • Zinovjev, Aleksandr, 1922-2006
    • Зиновьев, Александр, 1922-2006
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    • Zinovʹev, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich
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    • found: His Filosofskie problemy mnogoznachnoĭ logiki, 1960.
    • found: His The radiant future, 1981:CIP data sheet (Zinoviev, Alexander; b. 1923)
    • found: Collier's yrbk., 1977:p. 616 (Aleksandr Zinoviev; dissident Soviet logician)
    • found: Brit. bk. yr., 1979:p. 686 (Aleksandr Zinoviev; dissident philosopher)
    • found: His V preddverii rai͡a, c1979:t.p. (Aleksandr Zinovʹev)
    • found: His Le communisme comme réalité, 1981:t.p. (Alexandre Zinoviev)
    • found: His Ich bin für mich selbst ein Staat, c1987:t.p. (Alexander Sinowjew) cover p. 4 (b. 1922)
    • found: Suchanek, L. Homo sovieticus, 1999:t.p. (Aleksandra Zinowiewa)
    • found: Guardian WWW site, May 12, 2006(Alexander Zinoviev; b. Oct. 29, 1922, Pakhtina, Chukhloma region; d. May 10, aged 83; Soviet philosopher whose biting satires of life under Communism caused him to be exiled to the West for more than 20 years)
    • found: New York times WWW site, May 15, 2006(Alexander Zinoviev; b. Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Zinoviev, Sept. 29, 1922, in a small village east of Moscow; d. Wednesday [May 10, 2006], Moscow, aged 83; philosopher turned popular author who won wide repute for his savage satires of Soviet society, only to become a surprising apologist for Communism after its demise)
    • found: Katastroika, c1991:t.p. (Aleksandr Zinovjev) t.p. verso (Aleksandr Zinovʹev [in Cyrillic])
    • found: Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Zinovʹev, 2013:p. 344, etc. (born Oct. 29, 1922, Kostroma region; Russian philosopher, research fellow at the Institute of Philosophy of the Soviet Academy of Sciences (1955-1975), professor of Philosophy and head of Department of Logic of the Moscow State University (1965-1968), author of novels "Zii͡ai͡ushchie vysoty" and "Svetloe budushchee", published in the West, was forced to emigrate in 1978, professor of Logic in the University of Munich; returns to Moscow in 1999, works at the Moscow Sate University, Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Writers Institute, etc.; died May 10, 2006 in Moscow)
    • notfound: Bolʹsh. sov. ėnt͡sikl. 3d. ed.;Prom. pers. USSR, 1968;WW in soc. countr., 1978.
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    • PG3490.I498
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    • 1978-11-30: new
    • 2017-01-31: revised
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