If I were writing about Keynes's view of Newton, perhaps contrasting it with contemporary Soviet scientists, are there any Soviet histories of science or approaches to thinking about science - particularly concerning Newton - that I am really obligated to cover?
The heart of this section is a contrast between Sergei Vavilov and Keynes, so I have Vavilov covered. I think he is the undisputed Soviet authority on Newton in the mid-2oth century. But I don't want to leave out any obvious ones that I should at least mention.
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