Crocker, David A. Praxis and Democratic Socialism: The Critical Social Theory of Marković and Stojanović. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press; Brighton, Sussex: Harvester Press, 1983.
Fromm, Erich, ed. Socialist Humanism: An International Symposium. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1965. (See contents for other links.)
Freedom and Polydeterminism in Cultural Criticism by Rudi Supek
Humanist Ethics: Dialogue on Basics, edited by Morris B. Storer. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1980. Book available online for Questia subscribers.
See esp. Does Humanism Have an Ethic of Responsibility?: Comments by Kai Nielsen & Mihailo Marković, & Responses by Paul Kurtz.
Comment by Kai Nielsen on Kurtz Article [Does Humanism Have an Ethic of Responsibility?], pp. 27-28.
Reply by Paul Kurtz to Nielsen, pp. 29-30.
Comment by Mihailo Marković on Kurtz [Does Humanism Have an Ethic of Responsibility?], pp. 31-33.
Reply by Paul Kurtz to Marković, pp. 33-35.
Historical Praxis as the Ground of Morality by Mihailo Marković, pp. 36-50.
Comment by Paul Kurtz on Marković Article, pp. 51-54.
Reply by Marković, pp. 54-57.
Marković, Mihailo; Cohen, Robert S. Yugoslavia: The Rise and Fall of Socialist Humanism: A History of the Praxis Group. Nottingham: Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation for Spokesman Books, 1975.
Marxist Humanism and Praxis, edited, with translations, by Gerson S. Sher. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1978. iv, 183 pp.
“Reason and Historical Praxis” by Mihailo Marković
“Ideology as a Form and Mode of Human Existence” by Milan Kangrga
Praxis: Yugoslav Essays in the Philosophy and Methodology of the Social Sciences, translated by Joan Coddington, David Rougé, [et al.]; edited by Mihailo Marković and Gajo Petrović. Dordrecht, Holland; Boston: D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1979. (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science; v. 36, Synthese Library; v. 134) Selections from the Praxis Jugoslavensko izdanje 1965-1974 by the Praxis group.
Satterwhite, James H. Varieties of Marxist Humanism: Philosophical Revision in Postwar Eastern Europe. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1992. (Series in Russian and East European Studies; no. 17)
Sher, Gerson S. Praxis: Marxist Criticism and Dissent in Socialist Yugoslavia. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1977.
Tolerance and Revolution: A Marxist-non-Marxist Humanist Dialogue, edited by Paul Kurtz and Svetozar Stojanović. Beograd: Philosophical Society of Serbia, 1970. See esp.:
Revolutionary Teleology and Ethics by Svetozar Stojanović
Perspectives and Contradictions in the Contemporary Development of Man by Niculae Bellu and Alex. Tanase; Commentary by Andre Niel
Human Nature and Present Day Possibilities of Social Development by Mihailo Marković, Commentary by Mathilde Niel
Participation, Bureaucracy, and the Limits of Tolerance: Concluding Dialogue with Paul Kurtz, Mihailo Marković, J. P. Van Praag, Niculae Bellu (pp. 153-165)
See also Paul Kurtz and Marxist Humanism @ Reason & Society.
Dialectical Theory of Meaning: Part One (Extracts) (1961 / 1984)
Dialectical Theory of Meaning: Part Two: Linguistic Meaning (Extract) (1961 / 1984)
Dialectical Theory of Meaning: Part Three: General Definition of Meaning: The Interrelationships of the Individual Dimensions of Meaning (1961 / 1984)
Marx and Critical Scientific Thought (1968 / 1970)
Human Nature and Present Day Possibilities of Social Development by Mihailo Marković, Commentary by Mathilde Niel (1969 / 1970)
Participation, Bureaucracy, and the Limits of Tolerance: Concluding Dialogue with Paul Kurtz, Mihailo Marković, J. P. Van Praag, Niculae Bellu (1969 / 1970)
Is Systematic Philosophy Possible Today? (1975 / 1977)
Mihailo Marković on systematic philosophy in 1975 by R. Dumain
“Reason and Historical Praxis” by Mihailo Marković (1978)
Does Humanism Have an Ethic of Responsibility?: Comments by Kai Nielsen & Mihailo Marković, & Responses by Paul Kurtz (1980)
Historical Praxis as the Ground of Morality by Mihailo Marković (1980)
The Concept of Critique in Social Science (1988)
History and Class Consciousness (1975 / 1977)
Philosophy and Revolution: Twenty Sheaves of Questions (1988)
Revolutionary Teleology and Ethics (1969 / 1970)
“The State of Humanity and the Transition from Communism to Capitalism”
Black Folk and the Struggle in Philosophy by Lucius T. Outlaw (1976)
The Philosophy of Theory and Practice: Selected Bibliography
Secular Humanism—Ideology, Philosophy, Politics, History: Bibliography in Progress
Historical Surveys of Atheism, Freethought, Rationalism, Skepticism, and Materialism: Selected Works
Atheism / Freethought / Humanism / Rationalism / Skepticism / Unbelief / Secularism / Church-State Separation Web Links
Positivism vs Life Philosophy (Lebensphilosophie) Study Guide
Salvaging Soviet Philosophy (1)
Marx and Marxism Web Guide
Praxis @ Reason & Society
Paul Kurtz and Marxist Humanism @ Reason & Society
Marxists Internet.Archive: Subject Section: Yugoslavia: The Praxis Group (includes the following & more)
Praxis Issue No. 1, 1965
Why Praxis? – Editorial by Gajo Petrović
On the problem of Practice by Pedrag Vranicki
Practice and Dogma by Danko Grlić
Review “Philosophy and Myth in Karl Marx”, by Gajo Petrović
Praxis International Issue No. 1, 1981: Editorial
Praxis International 1965-1973: Complete Issues
Praxis International 1981-1993 [register for open access]
Digitalni arhiv Praxisa i Korčulanske ljetne škole [in Serbo-Croatian: Digital Archive Praxis and Korčula Summer School]
“The Social Role of a University Professor,” May 6, 1968. Paper presented at the 12th International Seminar, “University Today,” Dubrovnik, July 20-30, 1967. Published by Canadian Union of Students / Union canadienne des étudiants (Ottawa).
“The Idea of Critique in Social Theory” (1983).
Demjanski, Aleksej. Restless Youth: The CIA, Socialist Humanism, and Yugoslavia’s 1968 Student Protests, Not Even Past, October 17, 2016.
Falk, Barbara J. Citizen Intellectuals and Philosopher-Kings: The Dilemmas of Dissidence in East-Central Europe 1968-1989. PhD thesis, Political Science, York University, Toronto, Ontario, May 1999.
Žabić., Sarah D. Praxis, Student Protest, and Purposive Social Action: the Humanist Marxist Critique of The League of Communists of Yugoslavia, 1964-1975. M. A dissertation, Kent State University, August 2010.
The Contemporary Marx: Essays on Humanist Communism. Nottingham: Spokesman Books, 1974.
Democratic Socialism: Theory and Practice. New York: St. Martins Press, 1982.
From Affluence to Praxis: Philosophy and Social Criticism. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1974.
On the Legal Institutions of Socialist Democracy. Nottingham: Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation for The Spokesman, 1976. 23 pp.
Self-governing Socialism: a Reader, 2 vols., edited by Branko Horvat, Mihailo Marković, Rudi Supek. White Plains, NY: International Arts and Sciences Press, 1975.
Yugoslavia: The Rise and Fall of Socialist Humanism: A History of the Praxis Group, by Mihailo Marković and Robert S. Cohen. Nottingham: Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation for Spokesman Books, 1975.
Radical Democracy: A Radical Reconstruction, in Science and Ethics, edited by Keith Lehrer (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987), pp. 121-138.
Marx in the Mid-Twentieth Century: A Yugoslav Philosopher Considers Karl Marx's Writings. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books, 1967.
Between Ideals And Reality: A Critique of Socialism and Its Future, translated by Gerson S. Sher. New York: Oxford University Press, 1973.
In Search of Democracy in Socialism: History and Party Consciousness, translated by Gerson S. Sher. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1981.
Perestroika: From Marxism and Bolshevism to Gorbachev. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1988.
The fall of Yugoslavia
The Crisis of the Yugoslav System, by Zagorka Golubović and Svetozar Stojanović. Köln: Index, 1986.
The Fall of Yugoslavia: Why Communism Failed. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 1997.
Serbia: The Democratic Revolution. Amherst, NY: Humanity Books, 2003.
McBride, William L. From Yugoslav Praxis to Global Pathos: Anti-Hegemonic Post-Post-Marxist Essays. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001. See esp. Chapter 16, “The Globalization of Philosophy,” pp. 221-236.
_______________. Philosophical Reflections on the Changes in Eastern Europe. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999.
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