Source: Lenin’s Collected Works, 4th Edition, Moscow, 1976, Volume 38, p. 52
Publisher: Progress Publishers
First Published: 1930 in Lenin Miscellany XII, p. 347
Translated: Clemence Dutt
Edited: Stewart Smith
Original Transcription & Markup: R. Cymbala & Marc Szewczyk
Re-Marked up & Proofread by: Kevin Goins (2007)
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The note on Fr. Überweg's book “Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie.” (Bearbeitet von Max Heinze). 3 Vls. 1876-1880. Leipzig (Fr. Überweg, Outline of the History of Philosophy, revised by Max Heinze, 3 Vols., 1876-1880, Leipzig) is recorded in the same notebook containing the remarks on Paulsen’s book Introduction to Philosophy. These entries were made in Geneva in 1903.
[The book is rather strange in character: rather short sections with a few words on the content of doctrines and very long explanations given in small print, consisting three-quarters of names and titles of books | moreover, out of date: bibliography up to the sixties and seventies |. Something unleserliches! A history of names and books!]