Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

J. Perrin. Treatise on Physical Chemistry.
Principles. Paris, 1903

Written: December, 1914
Source: Lenin’s Collected Works, 4th Edition, Moscow, 1976, Volume 38, p. 325
Publisher: Progress Publishers
First Published: 1930, in Lenin Miscellany XII. Published according to the manuscript
Translated: Clemence Dutt
Edited: Stewart Smith
Transcription & Markup: K. Goins (2008)
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Note on J. Perrin’s book “Traité de chimie physique: les principes” (Treatise on Physical Chemistry: Principles), Paris, 1903 is contained in a notebook following the conspectus of Hegel’s Science of Logic and was written at the end of 1914.



PARIS, 1903

Note J. Perrin: Traité de chimie physique. Les principes (300 pp.). Paris, 1 9 0 3. Review by Abel Rey in Revue Philosophique, 1904,1, entitled: “Philosophical Principles of Physical Chemistry.” (Perrin analyses the notions of force, etc., cause, etc., energy, etc.—against “the view of energy as a mysterious entity” (p. 401).... Abel Rey calls Perrin an opponent of “neo-sceptic systems.”)


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