Valentin Voloshinov (1895–1936) was a Soviet-Russian linguist, whose work has been influential in the field of literary theory and Marxist theory of ideology. Written in the late 1920s in the USSR, Voloshinov's Marksizm i filosofiya yazyka developed a counter-Saussurean linguistics, which situated language use in social process rather than in an entirely decontexualized Saussurean langue.
- Marksizm i filosofiya yazyka, 1929. (Russian)
- Marxism and the Philosophy of Language, trans. Paul Lamplugh, Harvard University Press, 1973, Excerpts. (English)