By P.I. Bystrov,V. Sadovsky

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Smirnov was once born on March 2, 1931. He graduated from Moscow country college in 1954. From 1957 until eventually 1961 he used to be a lecturer in philosophy and good judgment on the Tomsk college. for the reason that 1961 his medical task persisted in Moscow on the Institute of Philosophy of Academy of Sciences of the USSR. From 1970 and until the final days of his existence V. A. Smirnov was once lecturer after which Professor on the Chair of common sense at Moscow nation collage. V. A. Smirnov performed an immense function on the Institute of Philosophy of Russian Academy of Sciences being the top of division of Epistemology, good judgment and Philosophy of technology and expertise, and the pinnacle of component to good judgment. final years he used to be the chief of the Centre of Logical Investigations of Russsian Academy of Sciences. In 1990-91 he based a brand new non-goverment Institute of common sense, Cognitive Sciences and improvement of character for acting study, instructing, editorial and association task within the box of humanities. on the division of Philosophy of Moscow nation collage and on the Institute of Philosophy V. A. Smirnov and his shut colleagues have based a Russian logical tuition which mentioned many proficient researchers who paintings at numerous medical centres in a number of countries.

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