Ber Borochov

1881 - 1917

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Dov Ber Borochov (Russian: Дов-Бер Борохов; 3 July 1881 – 17 December 1917) was a Marxist Zionist and one of the founders of the Labor Zionist movement. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ber Borochov has received more than 64,720 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Ber Borochov is the 898th most popular philosopher, the 421st most popular biography from Ukraine and the 10th most popular Ukrainian Philosopher.

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Among philosophers, Ber Borochov ranks 898 out of 1,089Before him are Konstantin Leontiev, Jean Rostand, Élisabeth Badinter, Susan George, Cheng Hao, and Édouard Le Roy. After him are Olof Celsius, Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, John Hick, Anselm of Laon, Heymann Steinthal, and Richard Swinburne.

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Among people born in 1881, Ber Borochov ranks 104Before him are Albert Austin, Pablo Gargallo, Max Weber, Nasib Yusifbeyli, Yakov Protazanov, and Marcello Piacentini. After him are Móric Esterházy, Jānis Balodis, Ernest Bevin, Rudolf Ramek, Harry Hillman, and Gunnar Nordström. Among people deceased in 1917, Ber Borochov ranks 63Before him are Anton Haus, Teresa Carreño, Titu Maiorescu, Otto Finsch, Madge Syers, and Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. After him are José Enrique Rodó, George Dewey, Frances Xavier Cabrini, Friedrich Robert Helmert, Petter Adolf Karsten, and Ecaterina Teodoroiu.

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Among people born in Ukraine, Ber Borochov ranks 421 out of 913Before him are Grigory Chukhray (1921), Ida Fink (1921), Yuri Lisyansky (1773), Alexander Trepov (1862), Karol Mikuli (1821), and Yuli-Yoel Edelstein (1958). After him are Boris Yefimov (1900), Viktor Knorre (1840), Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz (1894), Rinat Akhmetov (1966), Yozhef Sabo (1940), and Yury Olesha (1899).


Among philosophers born in Ukraine, Ber Borochov ranks 10Before him are P. D. Ouspensky (1878), Bion of Borysthenes (-325), Alexius Meinong (1853), Theophan Prokopovich (1681), Hugo Kołłątaj (1750), and Georges Florovsky (1893).