Mikhail Mikhailovich Bakhtin, 1895-1975. Continental philosopher, semiotician and philosopher of language, a Russian dissident who was the leading light of the Bakhtin Circle. He survived the Stalinist purges and died in Moscow.

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Bakhtin and Hypertext
Notes by writing teacher Douglas Eyman, on the pertinence of Bakhtin's analyses of discourse to the hypertext situation.
The Bakhtin Centre
Institute at Sheffield University in the United Kingdom, which promotes research on Bakhtin and the Bakhtin Circle. Online resources include email lists and online papers about the philosopher.
Bakhtin Circle
Article about this school of 20th-century Russian thought, by Craig Brandist from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Focuses heavily on Bakhtin's own work.
Chomsky's Challenge: The Pertinence of Bakhtin's Theories
Paper by Robert F. Barsky, considering whether Bakhtin's literary theory can be applied to contemporary political questions.

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