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Alexander Bogdanov *

a.k.a. Alexander Alexsandrovich Malinovsky

Author Code: RAAB

Born: Aug. 22, 1873 - Hrodna, Russia

Died: Apr. 7, 1928 - Moscow, Russia

Educated at the Department of Medicine of Kharkov University, Bogdanov also studied philosophy and economics. As a student he became involved in revolutionary activities and was arrested on a number of occasions. In 1903, he joined the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Party and was introduced to Lenin. From 1904 to 1906, he published his three-volume work Empiriomonism which was lauded by Lenin and Bukharin. Beginning in 1905, he began to challenge Lenin for leadership of the Bolsheviks, eventually leading to Lenin publishing an attack on Bogdanov's theories in 1909. After he was defeated, Bogdanov went to Italy where he started a school for factory workers. He returned to Russia in 1913 following the general amnesty. He served during the First World War as a physician and following the war took no part in the Revolution. In 1918, he became a professor of economics at the University of Moscow and was also appointed a director of the Socialist Academy of Social Sciences. In 1922, he published his philosophical work Tectology: Universal Organization Science which was a precursor to cybernetics and computing science. Bogdanov worked in the Russian Proletarian Cultural Educational Association from 1918 to 1921 and from 1918 to 1926 was a member of the Presidum of the Socialist Academy. He was arrested on political grounds in 1923 and was imprisoned in the Lubyanka for over a month. He began experimenting in blood transfusions and founded the Institute for Haematology and Blood Transfusions in 1925. He died following a blood transfusion of an incompatible blood type, possibly also diseased. His works include Short Course of Economic Science (1897), Key Elements of Natural Studies (1899), Cognition From An Historical Point of View (1901), Red Star (1908), Cultural Aims of the Present (1911), Science About Common Consciousness (1914), Question of Socialism (1918) and On Proletarian Culture (1924).

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