Mikhail DYNNIK, USSR Philosopher. Corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1958; associate, Institute of Philosophy, USSR Academy of Science, since 1960. Stalin Prize, 1943.
DYNNIK, Mikhail was born in 1896.
1919 graduated Kiev University.
1931-1936 and 194256 Professor, Moscow University and other higher education establishments. 1956-1960 Division, Chair of History, of Philosophy, Academy, of Society Science, Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. 1960 headed Soviet delegation at 4th International Congress on Esthetics, Athens.
Religion is bad because it imposes irrational rules of good and bad behaviour.
The role of the individual as a member of a collective is more important than the individual.