ANDRZEJ WALICKI Stanislaw Brzozowski a n d the Russian " N e o - m a r x i s t s " a t the Beginning o f the T w e n t i e t h C e n t u r y This study will a t t e m p t to provide a comparative analysis of the ideas o f Stanislaw Brzozowski (1878-1911), as contrasted with the views of two of his con- temporaries, Russian thinkers whom he characterized as "neo-marxists:" Aleksandr Bogdanov (1873-1928) and Anatoly Lunacharskii (1875-1933). Stanislaw Brzozowski-philosopher, novelist, and literary critic-was one o f the most eminent and influential representatives of Polish philosophy at the beginning o f the twentieth century. His ideas, partly inspired by Marxism, but elaborated in opposi- tion to the then current Marxist philosophy in its Social-Democratic version, stirred up heated controversies and various interpretations, not only during his lifetime but in the interwar period as well. Another subject o f bitter argument was his alleged collabora- tion with the tsarist secret service, the Okhrana. This accusation, brought against him by the Russian revolutionary and historian Vladimir Burtsev, was never corroborated by any satisfactory evidence,
Canadian-American Slavic Studies – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1973
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