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V. Slobodchikov

Tolerance to Intolerance

2007. Vol. 4. No. 4. P. 13–17 [issue contents]
During Soviet times the humanities either served a ruling ideology and considered it a basis of their scientific character, or were founded on methodological principles and categories of natural sciences. The time has come to get free of occupation of scientific thought by materialism, «the omnipotent and the only true doctrine», on the basis of interested and responsible immersion into the content of reflections of authoritative home researchers and philosophers. According to St. Paul’s explanation, the faith is realization of the expected and assurance in the invisible (Hebr. 11.1). The universe of psychological knowledge must include altogether the strictly scientific, unscientific and even parascientific knowledge.
Citation: Slobodchikov V. (2007) Tolerantnost' k neterpimosti [Tolerance to Intolerance]. Psychology. Journal of Higher School of Economics, vol. 4, no 4, pp. 13-17 (in Russian)
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