Source: Lenin’s Collected Works, 4th Edition, Moscow, 1976, Volume 38, p. 335
Publisher: Progress Publishers
First Published: 1915 in Lenin Miscellany XII. Published according to the manuscript
Translated: Clemence Dutt
Edited: Stewart Smith
Original Transcription & Markup: K. Goins (2008)
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The note on Artur Erich Haas’ book “Der Geist des Hellenentums in der modernen Physik,” Leipzig, 1914 (32 SS.) (Veit & Co.) [Artur Erich Haas, The Spirit of Hellenism in Modern Physics, Leipzig, 1914 (32 pp.) (Veit and Co.)] is contained in a notebook following “The Plan of Hegel's Dialectics (Logic).”
Reviewed in Kantstudien, 1914, No. 3 (Vol. XIX), pp. 391--392, the author is described as a professor of the history of physics (P. Volkmann pays particular attention to this history), is said to emphasise the special connection between Heraclitus and Thomson, etc., etc.