Stimulation and Inhibition

Pavlov's data on the two fundamental antagonistic nervous processes—stimulation and inhibition—and his profound generalizations regarding them, in particular, that these processes are parts of a united whole, that they are in a state of constant conflict and constant transition of the one to the other, and his views on the dominant role they play in the formation of the higher nervous activity—all those belong to the most established natural—scientific validation of the Marxist dialectal method. They are in complete accord with the Leninist concepts on the role of the struggle between opposites in the evolution, the motion of matter.


The two antagonistic nervous processes as a validation of Marxism.

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 I. P. Pavlov: His Life and Work
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Asratyan , E. A. (1953), I. P. Pavlov: His Life and Work, University Press of the Pacific, Retrieved on 2011-09-14
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