Mysl


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Mysl’

 

(Thought), a legal Bolshevik monthly philosophical, social, and economic journal. It was published in Moscow from December 1910 to April 1911; five issues were published. Although tne official editor and publisher of Mysl’ was P. K. Pirozhkov, V. I. Lenin, who directed the journal from abroad, was its actual editor. V. V. Vorovskii, I. I. Skvortsov-Stepanov, and M. S. Ol’minskii contributed to Mysl’, and G. V. Plekhanov and Party Mensheviks also wrote for it. The journal published six articles by Lenin. The last issue (no. 5) was confiscated, and Mysl’ was closed down. The journal Prosveshchenie (Enlightenment), published in St. Petersburg, was its successor.

REFERENCE

Bol’shevistskaia periodicheskaia pechat’ (dekabr’ 1900-oktiabr’ 1917): Bibliograficheskii ukazatel’. Moscow, 1964. Page 105.

Mysl’

 

(Thought), a publishing house of socioeconomic literature within the system of the State Committee of the Council of Ministers of the USSR for Publishing, Printing, and the Book Trade. It is located in Moscow. Mysl’ was founded in 1930 under the name of the Publishing House of Socioeconomic Literature (Sotsekgiz) after the reorganization of the socioeconomic literature section of the State Publishing House, which had been founded in 1919. Sotsekgiz merged with the State Publishing House for Political Literature in 1941 and was restablished as a separate house in 1957. In 1963 it merged with the Publishing House of the Higher Party School and Academy of Social Sciences of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the State Publishing House of Geographic Literature; the newly formed house was given its present name.

Mysl’ publishes studies, monographs, and popular books on Marxist-Leninist philosophy, as well as books on the history of philosophy, scientific atheism, the economics of socialism and communism, world economics, the history of the USSR, and world history. It also publishes educational and methodological textbooks on the social sciences for higher party schools and the political education system, and on the economic and physical geography of the USSR and other countries.

In 1973, Mysl’ had three specialized chief editorial boards: socioeconomic literature, educational and methodological literature for party schools, and geographic literature. In 1972 it published 292 titles, totaling 175.8 million printer’s sheets, with a total printing of more than 14 million copies.

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See Vasiukov, Vneshniaia politika vremennogo pravitel'stva, Moscow: Mysl', 1966, pp383-386.
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Romanov, Istoriia odnogo severnogo zakbolust'ia, Velikii Ustiug" Sovetskaia Mysl', 1925; M.I.
Hence, it seems that the society appreciated our literary cooperation; the following coauthored books were published shortly thereafter: Drogi myslacych (The Ways of Thinkers), (3) Filozofowac w kontekscie nauki (Philosophizing in the Context of Science), (4) Wszechswiat-maszyna czy mysl? (The Universe--Machine or Thought?), (5) Dylematy ewolucji (The Dilemmas of Evolution).
Pojem "operacni", ve vztahu k operacnimu umeni a vojenskym operacim, ze slovniku vojenskeho profesionala pomalu vyprchava a mysl jedincu zahlcuje vsude pritomna "operativa".
We recall that Zhukovsky had linked the expression on the angel's face with Raphael's own at the moment of inspiration: "vazhnaia, glubokaia mysl' tsarstvuet na mladencheskom litse--ne takov li byl i Rafael' v to vremia, kogda on dumal o svoei Madonne?" Raphael's inspiration is what adds particular weight to the "zadumchivye glaza" of the angel in Zhukovsky's essay.
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Anton Chekhov evoked the new mood in his The Island of Sakhalin, which was serialized in Russkaia mysl (Russian Thought) in 1893-94.
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Tabachnikov, "Filosofskaja i Sotsiologicheskaja Mysl' Narodov SSSR S Kontsa XVI do Poslednej Treti XVIII v.: Ukraina" in Istorija Filosofu v SSSR, 5 vols.
When he had only months to live and was feeling truly miserable, Chekhov repeatedly requested Viktor Goltsev, the editor of the periodical Russkaia mysl', to send him other people's manuscripts for his detailed commentary and revisions.
Petro, The Rebirth of Russian Democracy: An Interpretation of Political Culture (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1995); Liudmila Vorontsova and Sergei Filatov, "Russkii put' i grazhdanskoe obshchestvo," Svobodnaia mysl' (1995), no.