Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, “Gumbrecht From Oedipal Hermeneutics to Philosophy of Presence [An Autobiographical Fantasy],” Telos 138 (Spring 2007).

Giorgio Petracchi, “Bolshevism in the Fascist Mirror,” Telos 133 (Winter 2005).

Dean Lauer, “‘America and Russia are the Same’: Geopolitics in Heidegger’s Seinsfrage,” Telos 132 (Fall 2005).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Soviet Citizens between Indignation and Resignation: Loyalty and Lost Hope in the USSR,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005).

Fabio Vander, “Ernst Bloch and Joachim of Fiore,” Telos 122 (Winter 2002).

Lev Gudkov, “Russia: A Society in Transition?” Telos 120 (Summer 2001).

Gerd Koenen, “Causal Nexus? Toward a Real History of Anti-Fascism and Anti-Bolshevism,” Telos 114 (Winter 1999).

Georgi M. Derluguian, “Rouge et Noire: Contradictions of the Soviet Collapse,” Telos 96 (Summer 1993).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Buying Intellectual Pre-Fabs,” Telos 96 (Summer 1993).

Nikolai-Klaus von Kreitor, “Elements of the New Russian Nationalism,” Telos 96 (Summer 1993).

Victor Zaslavsky, “Russia and the Problem of Democratic Transition,” Telos 96 (Summer 1993).

Veljko Vujacic, “The Causes of Disintigration in the USSR and Yugoslavia,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Victor Zaslavsky, “The Causes of Disintigration in the USSR and Yugoslavia,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Tim Luke, “Postcommunism in the USSR: The McGulag Archipelago,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Paul Piccone, “Paradoxes of Perstroika,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Daniel N. Nelson, “The Soviet Union and Europe,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Joseph C. Brandt, “Economic Reform and the Soviet National Question,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Patrick Flaherty, “The Making of the New Soviet Left,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Igor Kliamkin, “An Authoritarian Perestroika?: A Roundtable,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Andranik Migranian, “An Authoritarian Perestroika?: A Roundtable,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Ewa BŽrard-Zarzicka, “The Authoritarian Perestroika Debate,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Irina Zorina, “Will the USSR Need 200 Years to Develop a Democracy? ,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Moishe Gonzales, “Exorcising Perestroika,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Evgenii Kuznetsov, “Problems of Conversion of Soviet Defense Agencies,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Felix Shirokov, “Problems of Conversion of Soviet Defense Agencies,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Viacheslav Baskov, “The Cat Does Not Know Best,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Viacheslav Baskov, “The Cat Knows Best,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Alexei I. Izyumov, “The Demilitarization of the Soviet Economy,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Lucio Leante, “Perestroika at a Snail’s Pace,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Alan Kimball, “The Marketing of Perestroika,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Robert L. Nichols, “Springtime for Gorbachev,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Zygmunt Bauman, “Poland: On its Own,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Andrzej J. Bloch, “Entrepreneurialism in Poland in Hungary,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Antonio Carlo, “Contradictions of Perestroika,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Milan Nikolic, “Yugoslavia’s Failed Perestroika,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

David Ost, “The Transformation of Solidarity and the Future of Central Europe,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Paul Piccone, “Introduction,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Arshi Pipa, “Glasnost in Albania?,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Armando Pitassio, “Reform Politics in Bulgaria,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Michael Reiman, “Prague Spring and Perestroika,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Reforming the Soviet System,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Stephen L. Sampson, “Romania: House of Cards,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Radoslav Selucky, “The Irrelevance of Perestroika in Czechoslovakia,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Paul Shoup, “Crisis and Reform in Yugoslavia,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Walter SŸ§, “East Germany’s Defensive Politics,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Laszlo Urban, “Hungary in Transition: The Emergence of Opposite Parties,” Telos 79 (Spring 1989).

Anthony D’Agostino, “Machajsky and the New Class: A Reply to Haberkern,” Telos 77 (Fall 1988).

David Gross, “Bloch’s Philosophy of Hope,” Telos 75 (Spring 1988).

Paul Piccone, “20 Years of Telos,” Telos 75 (Spring 1988).

Alfons Sšllner, “Marcuse’s Political Theory in the 1940s and 1950s,” Telos 74 (Winter 1987-88).

Ernest Haberkern, “Machajsky: A Rightfully Forgotten Prophet,” Telos 71 (Spring 1987).

Victor Zaslavsky, “The Price of Sovietization,” Telos 71 (Spring 1987).

Steven Sampson, “Pavel Campeanu, ‘the Origins of Stalinism: From Linists Revolution to Stalinist Society’,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986Ð1987).

Edward Friedman, “Moscow and Beijing, Together Again?,” Telos 69 (Fall 1986).

David Gross, “Symposium on Soviet Peasants,” Telos 68 (Summer 1986).

Victor Zaslavsky, “The Soviet World System: Origins, Evolution, Prospects for Reform,” Telos 65 (Fall 1985).

Dick Howard, “Stephen F. Cohen, ‘Rethinking the Soviet Experience, Politics and History since 1917’,” Telos 65 (Spring 1985).

Andrew Arato, “Between Reductionism and Relativism: Soviet Society as a World System,” Telos 63 (Spring 1985).

Tim Luke, “On the Nature of Soviet Society,” Telos 63 (Spring 1985).

Ruben Berrios, “Elizabeth Kridl, ‘The Soviet Union and the Third World’; Carlo Saivetz and Syliva Woody, ‘Soviet-Third World Relations’,” Telos 63 (Spring 1985).

Victor Zaslavsky, “Soviet Society and the World Systems Analysis,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Ferenc Feher, “Edward Topol and Fridrikh Nizanksy, ‘Red Square’,” Telos 61 (Fall 1984).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Believers in the USSR: Some Data and Trends,” Telos 61 (Fall 1984).

Various, “Review-Symposium on Soviet-Type Societies,” Telos 60 (Summer 1984).

Ivan Svitak, “The Blind Alley,” Telos 57 (Fall 1983).

Michael Reiman, “Political Trials of the Stalinist Era,” Telos 54 (Winter 1982-83).

Klaus Segbers, “The European Peace Movements, The Soviet Union and the American Left,” Telos 54 (Winter 1982-83).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “The 1930s in the Longue Duree of Soviet History,” Telos 53 (Fall 1982).

Victor Zaslavsky, “Reply to Castoriadis,” Telos 53 (Fall 1982).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Facing the War Psychosis,” Telos 51 (Spring 1982).

Leo Timofeev, “Black Market Technology in the USSR: Or, Peasants’ Art of Starving,” Telos 51 (Spring 1982).

Williams Hackman, “Kendell Bailes, ‘Technology and Society under Lenin and Stalin’,” Telos 48 (Summer 1981).

Andrew McLaughlin, “Boris Komorov, ‘The Destruction of Nature in the Soviet Union’,” Telos 47 (Spring 1981).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “Stalin in 1938: Political Defeat Behind the Rhetorical Apotheosis,” Telos 46 (Winter 1980-81).

Ferenc Feher, “Eastern Europe in the Eighties,” Telos 45 (Fall 1980).

Victor Zaslavsky, “The Ethnic Question in the USSR,” Telos 45 (Fall 1980).

Robert J. Antonio, “Zdenek Mlynar, ‘Nightfrost in Prague: The End of Humane Socialism’,” Telos 44 (Summer 1980).

Sharon Zukin, “David Lane and Felicity O’Dell, ‘The Soviet Industrial Worker: Social Class, Education and Control’,” Telos 43 (Spring 1980).

Zdenek Mlynar, “From Prague to Moscow: August 1968,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Victor Zaslavsky, “The Regime and the Working Class in the USSR,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Gábor T. Rittersporn, “The State Against Itself: Social Tensions and Political Conflict in the USSR, 1936-1938,” Telos 41 (Fall 1979).

Ferenc Feher, “Kadarism as the Model State of Krushchevism,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Guido D. Neri, “The Czech Crisis,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Victor Zaslavsky, “The Rebirth of the Stalin Cult in the USSR,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Cornelius Castoriadis, “The Social Regime in Russia,” Telos 38 (Winter 1978-79).

Antonin J. Liehm, “The Intellectuals on the New Social Contract,” Telos 23 (Spring 1975).

Helmut Dahmer, “Bertolt Brecht and Stalinism,” Telos 22 (Winter 1974-75Ê).

Antonio Carlo, “The Socio-Economic Nature of the USSR,” Telos 21 (Fall 1974).