1997, ‘Introduction: Politics and the Ends of Identity’, in Politics and the Ends of Identity, ed. K. Dean, Aldershot: Ashgate.
2000, ‘Capitalism, Psychic Immiseration, and Decentred Subjectivity’, Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society’, Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 2000, pp. 41-56.
2002, ‘A Flexible Marxism for Flexible Times: Globalization and Historical Materialism’, written with Mark Laffey, in Historical Materialism and Globalization, eds M. Rupert & H. Smith, Routledge: London.
2003, Capitalism and Citizenship: The Impossible Partnership, London: Routledge.
2004, ‘Laclau and Mouffe and The Discursive Turn: The Gains and The Losses, in Realism, Discourse and Deconstruction, eds. J. Joseph & J. M. Roberts, London: Routledge.
2005, ‘’Biology and the New Scientific Subjectivism: A Suitable Case for Critical Realism?’, Critical Realism Today: A Special Issue of New Formations, No. 56, Autumn, edited K. Dean, J. Joseph and A. Norrie, introduction co-written by Dean, Joseph and Norrie.
2006, ‘Agency and Dialectics: What Critical Realism Can Learn From Althusser’s Marxism’, in Realism, Philosophy and Social Science, multiple-authored volume, introduction co-written by authors, k. dean, j. joseph, j.m. roberts and c. wight: basingstoke: palgrave macmillan.
2014, Capitalism, Citizenship and the Arts of Thinking: A Marxian-Aristotelian Linguistic Account, London, Routledge.
2015, ‘A digital assault on tacit knowledge’, Capitalism Nature Socialism, 26, 3, pp. 123-5 (review of Nicholas Carr The Glass Cage: Where Automation is Taking Us).
Forthcoming 2016, ‘Computers and the alienation of thinking: From Deep Blue to the Googlemobile’, in Changing Nature, Changing Ourselves, ed. James Ormrod, Palgrave MacMillan.