Bukharin


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Bolshevik leader in Russia who advocated gradual collectivism of the farms

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So too is the victory of Stalin's line over those of Trotsky, Zinoviev and Bukharin, with the decision to begin building a socialist economy despite the country's isolation, or rather, in some ways, precisely because it was surrounded by capitalism.
The Register for 1568/69 identified Basmanov, Umnyi Kolychev, Teliatevskii, Zakharii Ivanovich Ochin-Pleshcheev, Miatlev, Prince Dmitrii Ivanovich Khvorostinin, Ivan Bukharin Naumov, Prince Ivan Okhiabinin, and Ignatii Bludov as from the oprichnina.
There, Bukharin also underlines the importance of the criterion of practice drawing on Marx's 2nd thesis on Feuerbach: 'The question whether objective truth can be attributed to human thinking is not a question of theory but is a practical question.
Cohen, Bukharin and the Bolshevik Revolution: A Political Biography, 1888-1938 at 380-381.
A good example is an argument put forward by Bukharin and Sweezy, that Luxemburg had made the theoretical error of assuming workers' consumption was fixed.
But succession in the Soviet system was never assured, and Stalin was faced with struggles from the "left," meaning not just Trotsky but Grigori Zinoviev and Lev Kamenev, and from the "right," meaning Nikolai Bukharin, Nikolai Rykov, and Mikhail Tomsky.
For a discussion of the Bolshevik party programme see 'Looking Back: An Afterword', in Bukharin and Preobrazhensky, The ABC of Communism, London, Merlin Press, 2007, pp 335ff, esp.
According to Bukharin et al, 2000 opportunistic microorganisms cause classical infections of the urogenital tract and sub clinical reproductive tract infections.
In the early years of the Russian revolution, Bolshevik leader Nikolai Bukharin drew on Marx's arguments about the link between human society and nature.
Birinci Dunya Savasi doneminde emperyalizmi kapitalizmin yapisal etkilerine baglayan Nikolay Bukharin ve Lenin'in eserleriyle de emperyalizm Marksist entelektuel tarihin en onemli kavramlarindan biri haline geldi.
At the moment of the abdication all the Bolshevik leaders were in exile: Lenin was in Switzerland, Stalin in Siberia, while Bukharin and Trotsky were in USA.
The Eastern European branch is easily the most interesting and numerous, counting among them the wives of Stalin, Molotov, Kliment Voroshilov (a major military figure), Nikolai Bukharin (liquidated by Stalin in the last show-trial in 1938), Oscar Gomulka, once the head of Communist Poland, and who can forget the lifelong love of pre-WWII King Carol of Romania, Magda Lupescu (Elena Wolff in Yiddish)?
A critica de Gramsci a Bukharin e toda no sentido de ressaltar a concepcao reflexiva do materialismo marxista de que o real objetivo so existe, isto e, so e concebivel, em relacao a pratica do sujeito que o conhece e transforma, e do carater historico, isto e, social, coletivo e relativo, dessa pratica.
Callinicos, 2009: 34), Marxists such as Hilferding, Bukharin, Lenin, Luxemburg and Grossman also sought to locate the nation state in the capital relation without reducing the state to the capital relation.
Thus Norbert Nebes deals with the political history of South Arabia in the early sixth century, especially in the context of the "martyrs of Najran"; Barbara Finster speaks of the cultural situation of Arabia as reflected in architecture in the sixth and seventh centuries; and Mikhail Bukharin (in one of the weaker contributions to this volume) tackles the hotly debated topic of the routing of caravans through Mecca, which, he claims, is confirmed by classical and Arabic sources as being incense routes lasting until the sixth and seventh centuries, which thus made the Hij[a.