Ugrinovich Dmitry (1923—1990) – Soviet philosopher and specialist in religious studies.
He graduated from the Philosophical Faculty of the Moscow State University (1950), then, he entered to the post-graduate course there.
His Candidate thesis ‘The Peculiarities of Formation of the Socialist Basis in the U.S.S.R.’ (1953); Doctor thesis ‘On the Specific of Religion and Its Place in the Social Mentality’ (1965).
Ass. Prof., then Prof., and the Head of the Chair of Philosophy of the Humanitarian Faculties of the Moscow State University (1963). Since 1970 – Prof. Of the Chair of History and Theory of Atheism of the Philosophical Faculty of the Moscow State University.
His most significant works of the Soviet period were on psychology of religion.