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    1 Здесь и далее номер сноски соответствует номеру в списке использованной литературы.

    24 мая 1886 года на Хеймаркет-сквер в Чикаго анархисты бросили бомбу в полицейских, ко­торые готовились разгонять демонстрацию рабочих, добивавшихся восьмичасового рабочего дня. Прим. ред.

    3Концепция, обосновывающая требование всеобщего равенства как принцип организации об­щественной жизни. Прим. ред.

    4Steen, Т. Courage // The VIA classification of strengths and virtues / C. Peterson, and M. Seligman (Eds.). 2002.

    5Putnam, D. Psychological courage // Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology. 1997.4,1-11; Rachman, S. J. Fear and courage. 2nd ed. New York: W. H. Freeman, 1990.

    6Киссинджер, Генри Альфред (р. 1923) — американский государственный деятель, дипломат и эксперт в области международных отношений. Прим. ред.

    7Аллюзия на роман Яна Флеминга «Доктор Нет». Прим. ред.

    8Рассказ можно найти в журнале «Энергия», 1986, № 12 (с. 82-91), в книге «Новые миры Айзека Азимова», т. 2. (с. 325-337) или в его книге «Сны роботов» (с. 307-324). Прим. ред.


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