(2000). Articulating Reasons: An introduction to inferentialism.
(2003). Between School and Work: New perspectives on transfer and boundary crossing.
(1988). Cognition in Practice: Mind, mathematics and culture in everyday life. Cambridge:
(1991). Consciousness and Revolution in Soviet Philosophy: From the Bolsheviks to Evald Ilyenkov. Cambridge:
(1973). Critique of Pure Reason [CPR] London:
(2002). Eds (
(2000). Education, work and social capital: towards a new conception of vocational education.
(2004). Embodied competence and Generic Skill: The emergence of inferential understanding.
(2003). Expansive learning environments: integrating organizationla and personnel development. In
(2000). Facts, Norms and Normative Facts: A Reply to Habermas European
(2000). Globalisation and Pedagogy.
(1981). Hegel Contra Sociology.
(2003). Intimations of Boundedlessness. In
(2001). Introduction and Notes.
(2001). Knowing in practice: re-conceptualising vocational expertise.Learning and Instruction,
(1995). Knowledge and the Social Articulation of the Space of Reasons.
(2005). Knowledge, Mediation and Activity: a critique of the ‘knowledge economy’ thesis and its implications for a social theory of pedagogy.
(2002). Life, Work and Learning: Practice in postmodernity.
(1994). Mind and World.
(1979). Models of Human Thought.
(1998). New structures and new contents in Dutch vocational education. In:
(2004). Rethinking Durkheim and His Tradition.
(1996). Situated Learning and Education.
(1991). Situated Learning: Legitimate peripheral participation. New York:
(1998). The Collected Works of
(1987). The Collected Works of L.S.
(2003). The complexities of workplace learning: problems and dangers in trying to measure attainment. In
(2003). Transfer of knowledge between education and workplace settings. In
(2003). Vocational Curriculum and Pedagogy: An activity theory perspective. In T. Griffiths (Ed.), EERJ European Educational Research Space: vocational and lifelong education research. [Special Issue].
(2003). Vocational Knowledge. In
(2003). Vygotsky and Philosophy. Unpublished PhD Thesis,
(2000). Vygotsky’s Two Minds on the nature of Meaning’. In