Dostoevsky and Kant: Dialogues on Ethics (Amsterdam-New York: Rodopi, 2009).
“Dostoevsky,” and “Russian Thought in the Nineteenth Century,” Routledge Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Thought, ed. Gregory Claeys, Routledge, London, 2005.
Articles in collections of essays and peer-reviewed journals
“Sartre on Bad Faith and Existential Responsibility: Theory and Practice,” Philosophical Practice, 10.2, 2015:1571-80.
“An Interactive Multimedia Model for a ‘Big Questions’ Course: Innovations in Teaching and Learning,” co-authored with Nicholas Raby, The International Journal for Talent Development and Creativity, 3(1), 2015: 69-81.
“Dostoevsky’s Poetics of Life Affirmation,” in Art, Creativity, and Spirituality in Dostoevsky’s Brothers Karamazov. P. Cicovacki and M. Granik (eds.), Universitätsverlag C. Winter, Heidelberg, Beiträge zur slavischen Philologie series, Germany, 2010.
“Dostoevsky and Russian Philosophy,” in The History of Continental Philosophy, an 8-volume collection, Alan D. Schrift, (ed.), vol. 2, “The Nineteenth-Century Philosophy: Revolutionary Responses to the Existing Order”, Acumen, UK, 2010.
“The Ambiguity of Suffering: Dostoevsky and the Russian Orthodox Tradition,” in Mother Tongue Theologies, Darren J. N. Middleton (ed.), Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2009.
“Rationality and Fiction: Kant, Vaihinger, and the Promise of ‘Philosophy of As If’,” Philotheos, International Journal for Philosophy and Theology, Bogoljub Šijaković (ed.) 8 (2008): 275-281.
“Virtues of the Heart: Feodor Dostoevsky and the Ethic of Love,” in Virtues and Passions in Literature. Analecta Husserliana Series, XCVI, A.-T. Tymieniecka (ed.), Springer, Germany, 2008.
“On the Boundary of Intelligibility: Kant’s Conception of Radical Evil and the Limits of Ethical Discourse.” The Review of Metaphysics, 58 (March 2005): 571-584.
“Philosophy as Sideshadowing: The Philosophical, the Literary and the Fantastic,” in What Philosophy Is, collection of essays on the nature and state of contemporary philosophy, H. Carel and D. Gamez eds., London & New York: Continuum, 2004.
“Kant on Free Will and Arbitrariness. A View From Dostoevsky’s Underground,” Philosophy and Literature, 2004, 28 (2): 267-78.
“Dostoevsky’s ‘Deontology of the Heart’: A New Perspective on Unconditional Ethics,” Dostoevsky Journal, S. Vladiv-Glover and C. Schlacks, eds., 2000: 97-111.
“The Definition of The Group Of Transformations in De Morgan’s On the Foundations of Algebra,” (in Russian) Problems of History of Science and Technology, Moscow: Nauka, 1992, pp.90-93.
“Meaning of Life” interactive educational platform funded by the NEH and featured in the media: “Why All College Students Should be Asking the Big Questions,” Huffington Post, 2015.
“Keeping Alive the Big Questions,” Huffington Post, 2013.
Vixi: A Master’s Way (with Dmitry Zinoviev, Math & CS),
computer game developed as a learning aid for students.
Svetlana Boym. Another Freedom: The Alternative History of an Idea (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2010). The Russian Review, October 2011.
John J. Stuhr, “Pragmatism, Pluralism, and the Future of Philosophy: Farewell to an Idea,” Полис, 2005 [from English to Russian]
John J. Stuhr, “Democracy as a Way of Life, Democracy in the Face of Terrorism,” Полис, 5: 12-24, 2003 and Полис, 6: 39-49, 2003 [from English to Russian]
A.G. Barabashev, “In Support of Significant Modernization of Original Mathematical Texts (in Defense of Presentism),” Philosophia Mathematica (3) vol. 1 (1997), pp.21-41 [from Russian to English]
G. Barabashev, “Evolution of the Ways of Systematization of Mathematical Knowledge,” The Growth of Mathematical Knowledge, Collection of essays, Emily Grosholz & Herbert Breger, eds., Synthese Library, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishing, 2000 [transl. from Russian]