Articles in Academic Journals

  • “Action, Epistemology and The Riddle of the Self”. Studies in Soviet Thought, 24, 1982, 185209.
    • Extract translated into Chinese as “Mikhailov’s Theory of Knowledge,” Philosophy in Translation (Zhe-Xue-Yi-Cong) 1983, No. 3, 35-41.
  • “Marxism and Ethical Particularism: a Response to Steven Lukes’s Marxism and Morality.  Praxis, 5 (2), 1985, 20923.
  • “Thought, Speech and the Genesis of Meaning: on the 50th Anniversary of Vygotsky’s Myshlenie i rech’.Studies in Soviet Thought, 31, 1986, 10329. (Included, revised, as Ch.3 of Consciousness and Revolution in Soviet Philosophy.)
  • (with Carol Padden) “The Meshcheryakov Experiment: Soviet Work on the Education of Blind-Deaf Children”.  Learning and Instruction, 1, 1991, 201-15.
  • “On Lying and Deceiving”. Journal of Medical Ethics, 18, 1992, 63-66.
  • “Soviet Philosophy in Transition: an Interview with Vladislav Lektorsky”.  Studies in Soviet Thought, 44, 1992, 33-50.  (Text translated from Russian.)
  • “Lessons from Ilyenkov”. Communication Review, 1 (2), 1995, 155-78.
  • “Social Being and the Human Essence: An Unresolved Issue in Soviet Philosophy”.  Studies in East European Thought, 47, 1995, 3-60. (A dialogue with F.T. Mikhailov, V.S. Bibler, V.A. Lektorsky, and V.V. Davydov. Text translated from Russian.)
  • “On the Social Constitution of Mind: Bruner, Ilyenkov and the Defence of Cultural Psychology”.  Mind, Culture and Activity, 2 (3), 1995, 158-171. (Earlier version of “Strong Culturalism”, see Chapters in Books.)
  • “Filosofiya deyatel’nosti”. Voprosy filosofii (Questions of Philosophy), 1996, no.5, 72-79. 
    • Reprinted in V.A. Lektorsky (ed.), Filosofiya ne konchaetsa (Philosophy Does Not End), vol. 2. Moscow: Rosspen, 1998, 459-71.  
    • Translated into English as “The Philosophy of Activity”. Russian Studies in Philosophy, 36 (1) (Summer 1997), 47-56.
  • “Particolarismo etico in contesto: MacIntyre, Dancy e la struttura delle ragioni morali”.  Studi Perugini, II, no.1 (1997), 155-176.  (Italian version of “Ethical Particularism in Context”, see Chapters in Books.)
  • “Meaning, Normativity and the Life of the Mind”. Language and Communication, 17 (1) (1997), 33-51. 
  • “Pragmatism and Moral Knowledge”.  C. Misak (ed), Pragmatism, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, supplementary volume 24 (1999), 227-52.
    • Translated into Russian as “Kul’tura, normativnost’ i zhizn’ razuma”, Voprosy filosofii (Questions of Philosophy), 1999, no.9, 159-77.  
    • Russian translation reprinted in V. Tolstykh (ed.), Eval’d Vasil’evivh Il’enkov. Moscow: Rosiiskaya politicheskaya enttsiklopediya, 2009, 343-374.
  • (with Vesa Oittinen) “The Continuing Importance of Soviet Philosophical Traditions Today.  An Interview with David Bakhurst.”  Idäntutkimus.  The Finnish Review of East European Studies, 7(1), 2000, 37-44.  
    • Translated into German as “Die bleibende Bedeuting der sowjetischen philosophischen Traditionen. Ein Interview mit David Bakhurst”. Berliner Debatte, 12 (2001), 4: 60-66.
  • “Ilyenkov on Aesthetics: Realism, Imagination, and the End of Art”, Mind, Culture, and Activity 8(2), 2001: 187-99.   
  • “Particularism and Moral Education”, Philosophical Explorations, 8, 2005, 265-79.
  • “Ilyenkov on Education”, Studies in East European Thought, 57, 2005, 261-75.
  • “Wiggins on Persons and Human Nature”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, LXXI, 2005, 462-69.  (Included, revised, as part of Ch.3 of The Formation of Reason.)
  • “K voprosu ob evoliutsii teorii deyatel’nosti” (On the Evolution of Activity Theory), Kul’turno-istoricheskaya psikhologiya (Cultural-Historical Psychology), 2006, no.4, 79-84.  
  • “O ponyatii oposredstvovaniya” (“On the Concept of Mediation”), Kul’turno-istoricheskaya psikhologiya (Cultural-Historical Psychology), 2007, no.5, 61-66. 
  • “Minds, Brains, and Education”, Journal of Philosophy of Education, 42, 3-4, 2008, 415-432. 
    • Reprinted in Ruth Cigman and Andrew Davis (eds.), New Philosophies of Learning.  Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009, 57-74.
    • Translated into Russian as “Psikhika, mozg i obrazovanie”, Voprosy filosofii (Questions of Philosophy), 2013, no. 11, 50-65.
  • “Reflections on Activity Theory”, Educational Review, 61, 2009: 197-210. (Revised and expanded version of “K voprosu ob evoliutsii teorii deyatel’nosti” (above).)
  • The Riddle of the Self Revisited”, Studies in East European Thought, 2011, 63: 63-73. 
    • Translated as “Eshchyo raz o «Zagadka chelovecheskogo ya»”, Voprosy filosofii (Questions of Philosophy), 2010, no. 8, 88-96.
  • “Freedom and Second Nature”, Mind, Culture, and Activity, 19, 2012, 172-189.
  • “Learning from Others”, Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2013, 47.2, 187-203.
    • Reprinted in Kotzee, B. (ed.), Education and the Growth of Knowledge: Perspectives from Social and Virtue Epistemology.  Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2014, 36-54.
  • “Il’enkov’s Hegel”, in D. Bakhurst and I. Kliger (eds), Hegel in Russia. Studies in East European Thought (Special Issue) 65 (3-4), December 2013, 271-285.
    • Translated as “Il’enkovskii Gegel’”, in V. Lektorsky (ed), Problemy i diskussii v filosofii Rossii vtoroi poloviny XX veka: sovremennyi vzglyad (Problems and Debates in Russian Philosophy in the Second Half of the 20thCentury: Contemporary Perspectives), Moscow: Nauka, 2014, 215-236.
  • (with Ilya Kliger), “Preface: Hegel in Russia”, in D. Bakhurst and I. Kliger (eds), Hegel in Russia. Studies in East European Thought (Special Issue) 65 (3-4), December 2013, 155-157.
  • “Otvet na stat’iu Toma Rokmora ‘Il’enkov ob idealakh, opredmechivanii i stoimosti’” (Reply to Tom Rockmore’s ‘Ilyenkov on ideals, objectification and value’” (in Russian), Voprosy filosofii  (Questions of Philosophy), 2015, No.5, 116-120.
  • “Training, Transformation, and Education”, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, 76, May 2015, 301-327. (Revised and expanded version of “Training and Transformation”, see Chapters in Books.)
  • “Exploring the Space of Reasons”, contribution to the symposium: “Second Nature, Bildung, and McDowell: David Bakhurst’ The Formation of Reason”, Journal of Philosophy of Education 50 (1), 2016, 76-83.
  • “Reply to Rödl, Standish and Derry”, contribution to the symposium: “Second Nature, Bildung, and McDowell: David Bakhurst’ The Formation of Reason”, Journal of Philosophy of Education 50 (1) 2016, 123-129.