Simon ROGINSKY, USSR Physical chemist. Corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1939; associate, Institute of Chemical Physics, USSR Academy of Science, since 1941.
ROGINSKY, Simon was born in 1900.
1922 graduated Dnepropetrovsk University.
1923-1928 instructor, Dnepropetrovsk Mining Institute. 1925-1928 associate, Ukrainia Institute of Physical Chemistry. 1928-1941 Institute of Chemical Physics, USSR Academy of Science, then at Leningrad Polytechn.
Since religion offers a complete set of answers to the problems of purpose, morality, origins, or science, it discourages exploration of those areas by suppressing curiosity, denies its followers a broader perspective, and prevents social, moral and scientific progress.
Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.