Other Publications

Articles in Reference Works

  • “Historicism”, “Ideology”, and “Marxism”, in J. Dancy and E. Sosa (eds), A Companion to Epistemology.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1992.
  • “M.M. Bakhtin”, “N.A. Berdyaev”, “A.A. Bogdanov”, “A.I. Herzen”, “Russian Philosophy”, “V.S. Solovyov”, “Soviet Philosophy”, and “L.S. Vygotsky”, in T. Honderich (ed), Oxford Companion to Philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995. 
    • 2nd edition, 2005, includes the above entries, plus “Essentially Contested Concepts”, “Heredity and Environment”, and “Triangulation”. 
  • “V.F. Asmus”, “E.V. Ilyenkov”, “Marxist Philosophy, Russian and Soviet”, In E. Craig (ed), Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1998.
    • Reprinted, abridged, in E. Craig (ed), The Concise Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 2000.
    • Reprinted, abridged, in E. Craig (ed), The Shorter Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 2005.
  • “Jerome Bruner”, in N. Salkind (ed), The Encyclopedia of Human Development.  London: Sage, 2005.

Review Articles, Critical Notices, Extended Reviews  

  • “Deborinism versus Mechanism: A Clash of Two Logics in Early Soviet Philosophy”.  The Slavonic and East European Review, 63 (3), 1985, 42228.
  • “Political Emancipation and the Domination of Nature: The Rise and Fall of Soviet Prometheanism”. International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 1 (3), 1991, 215-226.
  • “Truth, Philosophy, and Legal Discourse”. University of Toronto Law Journal 74, 1997, 395-401.
  • “David Wiggins’s Sameness and Substance Renewed.”  Philosophy, 79(1), 2005, 133-141.
  • “Understanding Vygotsky: Jan Derry’s Vygotsky, Psychology and Education”, Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 5 (2015), 1-4.
  • “Ilyenkov’s Passion”, Mind, Culture, and Activity, 22 (1) (2015), 68-73.

Reviews of:

  • James P. Scanlan, Marxism in the USSR: A Critical Survey of Current Soviet Thought. Canadian Philosophical Reviews, 1986, 245-47.
  • Frederick C. Copleston, Philosophy in Russia: From Herzen to Lenin and Berdyaev.  Philosophical Books, 1987, 213-16.
  • Mary Gluck, Georg Lukacs and his Generation 1900-1918. Slavonic and East European Review, 1987, 452-54.
  • Andrzej Walicki, Legal Philosophies of Russian Liberalism.  Philosophical Books, 1989, 115-118.
  • Elizabeth Pybus, Moral Goodness. Queen’s Quarterly, 99 (2), 1992, 468-470.
  • Lynd Forguson, Common Sense.  Canadian Philosophical Reviews, 1992, 241-243.
  • Julius Moravscik, Thought and Language.  Canadian Philosophical Reviews, 1993, 409-412.
  • Eero Loone, Soviet Marxism and Analytical Philosophies of History.  Labour/Le Travail, 1994, 359-361.
  • Mikhail Bakhtin, Toward a Philosophy of the Act.  Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 53 (1), 1995, 99-100.
  • James P. Scanlan, Russian Thought After Communism.  Ethics, 107 (3), 1997, 549.
  • Phillip Boobbyer, S.L. Frank. The Life and Work of a Russian Philosopher 1877-1950. British Journal of the History of Philosophy, 6(2), 1998, 308-310.
  • Michael Cole, Cultural Psychology. Theory and Psychology, 1999, 279-82.
  • Evert van der Zweerde, Soviet Historiography of Philosophy.  Istoriko-filosofskaja nauka.  Studies in East European Thought, 51, 1999, 79-83.
  • V.M. Bekhterev, Suggestion and its Role in Social Life. Canadian Psychology, 42 (3), 2001: 313-14.
  • David Owens, Reason without Freedom: the Problem of Epistemic Normativity.  Philosophical Books, 2002, 157-59.
  • (with John McGarry and George Lovell, and under the collective pseudonym “G.D.J. Cataraqui”), J. Bale and M. Cronin (eds.) Sport and Postcolonialism.  Journal of the Sociology of Sport, 2004, 21 (2): 223-26.
  • Joan Delany Grossman and Ruth Rischin (eds.), William James in Russian Culture.  Philosophy in Review, XXV (2): 109-11.

Other Writings

  • (with Jonathan Dancy) “The Cartesian Straightjacket”.  Times Higher Education Supplement, April 22, 1988.
    • Reprinted as “The Cartesian Straightjacket”.  Reflections on Higher Education, 1 (1), 1988.
  • “Felix Mikhailov (1930-2006): A Personal Reminiscence”, ISCAR Newsletter, 4 (1), 2006: 6-7.
    • Translated, revised, as “Predislove k tret’emu izdaniiu k knige «Zagadka chelovecheskogo ya»” (Preface to the Third Edition of The Riddle of the Self) (in Russian), in F.T. Mikhailov, Zagadka chelovecheskogo ya (The Riddle of the Self). Moscow: Ritm, 2010, 3-7.  

Published Translations

  • Yelena Bonner, “The New Europe: From Totalitarianism to Democracy” (from Russian). Queen’s Quarterly, 99 (1), 1992, 84-90. 
  • Felix Mikhailov, “The Soviet Self: A Personal Reminiscence” (from Russian).  David Bakhurst and Christine Sypnowich (eds), The Social Self, 67-84.