Boris Porshnev

Boris Porshnev

Boris Fyodorovich Porshnev (1905–1972) was a Soviet historian known for his works on popular revolts in Ancien Régime France and a doctor of social sciences working on psychology, prehistory, and neurolinguistics as relating to the origins of man.

He authored many articles on the topic and coauthored one book with Bernard Heuvelmans that was published after he passed away. Before his death he was known as one of the biggest advocates of the revolutionary, and highly controversial, theory that suggested Neanderthal Man still survives to this day, a hypothesis that is still argued by other students of hominology in Russia to this day.

On the Beginning of Human History

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