Works (1714-  )

In 1714, ten years after Locke’s death, his executor Peter King and his publisher John Churchill brought out an edition of his complete works. The three handsome folio volumes contained the works which Locke had acknowledged during his lifetime – An essay concerning human understanding and its defenses against Stillingfleet, the papers on money, and Some thoughts concerning education. In addition, they also included several works which Locke had only acknowledged in his will and which therefore appeared for the first time under his name – Two treatises of government, the letters on toleration, The reasonableness of Christianity and its vindications. Finally, there were the posthumous pieces – Paraphrase and notes on the Epistles of St. Paul, Posthumous works and Some familiar letters. The collected edition was apparently a successful venture. For over a century, successive editions appeared, with additional works included as they were published from the manuscripts. The “standard” edition of 1823 comprised ten 8o volumes. It will eventually be superseded by the Clarendon edition of Locke’s works, which is to include new critical editions of all the published works, supplemented by relevant manuscript material.

Complete Works

 848

The works of John Locke Esq. In three volumes. The contents of which follow in the next leaf. With alphabetical tables. … London, printed for John Churchill …, and Sam. Manship … M.DCC.XIV [1714]. 3 vols. ([8], xxviii, 575, [17]; [2], 671, [17]; [6], 668, [16] p.) 2o.

Vols. 2-3 have imprint: London, printed for John Churchill … M.DCC.XIV [1714].

Contents: vol. 1. Essay concerning human understanding (p. i-342); A letter to the Bishop of Worcester (p. 343-387); Reply to the Bishop of Worcester (p. 388-429); “Answer to remarks” (p. 430-431); Reply to the Bishop of Worcester’s second letter (p. 432-575); vol. 2. Some considerations of the consequences of the lowering of interest (p. 1-55); Short observations on a printed paper (p. 56-62); Further observations concerning raising the value of money (p. 63-98); Two treatises of government (p. 99-228); A letter concerning toleration (p. 229-256); A second letter concerning toleration (p. 257-291); A third letter for toleration (p. 293-470); The reasonableness of Christianity (p.471-541); A vindication of The reasonableness of Christianity (p.543-553); A second vindication of The reasonableness of Christianity (p. 555-671); vol. 3. Some thoughts concerning education (p. 1-98); A paraphrase and notes on the Epistles of St. Paul (p. 99-384); Posthumous works (p. 385-495); Familiar letters (p. 497-668)

Vol. 1 has an engraved portrait “G. Kneller Eques pinxit 1697. Geo. Vertue Sculp. 1713,” subscribed “Effigies Iohannis Locke. Ex Archetypo, quod in Musæo Alexandri Geekie Chirurgi adservatus expressa”; vol. 2 has a plate of Locke’s Latin epitaph, after the tombstone in the church at High Laver, Essex.

Y 363; J 107; C 87-88; A 848

 849

The works of John Locke Esq; In three volumes. The contents of which follow in the next leaf. With alphabetical tables. … The second edition. London, printed for A. Churchill, and A. Manship, and sold by W. Taylor … M.DCC.XXII [1722]. 3 vols. ([6], xxviii, 575, [17]; [2], 671, [17]; [6], 668, [16] p.) 2o.

Vol. 2 exists in two states: (a) London: printed by Samuel Negus, for A. Churchill. M.DCC.XXII [1722]; (b) London: printed for Awnsham Churchill. M.DCC.XXII [1722]. Vol. 3 has imprint: London: printed for Awnsham Churchill; and sold by William Taylor … MDCCXXII [1722]; lacks edition statement.

Reprint of the 1714 edition; no new material; illustrations as in 1714 ed.

Y 364; J 108; C 88; A 849

Rev.

 850

The works of John Locke Esq; In three volumes. The contents of which follow in the next leaf. With alphabetical tables. … The third edition. London, printed for Arthur Bettesworth, …; Edmund Parker, …; John Pemberton, …; and Edward Symon, … M.DCC.XXVII [1727]. 3 vols. ([6], xxviii, 575, [17]; [2], 671, [17]; [6], 668, [16] p.) 2o.

Vol. 2: The third edition corrected. London: printed for Arthur Bettesworth …, John Pemberton …, and Edward Symon… M DCC XXVII [1727]. Vol. 3: London: printed for Arthur Bettesworth …, John Pemberton …, and Edward Symon … MDCCXXVII [1727]; lacks edition statement.

There is a second issue: London, printed for Edmund Parker, … M.DCC.XXVII [1727].

Reprint of the 1714 edition; no new material; illustrations as in 1714 ed.

Y 365; J 109; C 88; 850

 851

The works of John Locke, Esq; In three volumes. The contents of which follow in the next leaf. With alphabetical tables. … The fourth edition. London, printed for Edmund Parker, …; Edward Symon, …; Charles Hitch, …; and John Pemberton, … M.DCC.XL [1740]. 3 vols. (xxxii, 608, [16]; [2], 504, 505*-519*, 505-724, [12]; [6], 430, 451-586, 583-687, [15] p.) 2o.

Reprint of the 1714 edition; no new material; illustrations as in 1714 ed.

Y 366; J 110; C 88; A 851

Rev.

 852

The works of John Locke, Esq; In three volumes. The contents of which follow in the next leaf. With alphabetical tables. The fifth edition. London: printed for S. Birt, D. Browne, T. Longman, J. Shuckburgh, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Hodges, J. Oswald, A. Millar, J. and J. Rivington, J. Ward, and M. Cooper. M.DCC.LI [1751]. 3 vols. (xv, [14], xviii-xxxii, 587, [17]; [2], 719, [13]; [6], 357, [3], 369-757, [13] p.) 2o.

There are two issues of vols. 1 and 2, the second issue with cancel title leaves which omit the list of works contained in each volume; there are two states of the second issue of vols. 1 and 2 and of the only issue of vol. 3: the name of J. Beecroft is added to the list of publishers, before the name of J. and J. Rivington.

New material: Le Clerc’s “Life” (v. 1: [14] p.) and “A collection of several pieces” (v. 3:649-757); illustrations as in the 1714 ed.

Y 367; J 111; C 88; A 852

 853

The works of John Locke, Esq; In three volumes. The sixth edition. To which is added, The life of the author; and A collection of several of his pieces publisted by Mr. Desmaizeaux. … London: printed for D. Browne, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Shuckburgh, A. Millar, J. Beecroft, John Rivington, James Rivington and J. Fletcher, J. Ward, R Baldwin, J. Richardson, S Crowder, P. Davey and B. Law, T. Longman, E. Dilly, R. Withy, T. Payne, and M. Cooper. M.DCC.LIX [1759]. 3 vols. (xv, [14], xviii-xxxii, 587, [17]; [2], 719, [13]; [6], 357, [1], 367-757, [13] p.) 2o.

Reprint of the 1751 edition; no new material; illustrations as in the 1714 ed.

Y 368; J 112; C 88; A 853

Rev.

 854

The works of John Locke[.] In four volumes[.] The seventh edition[.] … London, printed for H. Woodfall, A. Millar, I. Beecroft, I. and F. Rivington, I. Whiston, s. Baker, T. Payne, L. Davis and Co. R. Baldwin, Hawes[,] Clarke and Collins, B. White, W. Iohnston, W. Owen, T. Caslon, S. Crowder, T. Longman, B. Law, C. Rivington, E. and c. Dilly, T. Davies, Robinson and Roberts, I. Shuckburgh, and T. Cadell. MDCCLVIII [1768]. 4 vols. ([2], lvi, 774, [14]; [4], 713, [11]; [2], 610, [8]; [6], 670, [10] p.) 4o.

The first quarto edition; edited by John Noorthouck for Thomas Hollis; information on the history of this edition may be found in: Francis Blackburne, Memoirs of Thomas Hollis, Esq. F.R. and A.S.S. (1780).

There is a second issue of vols. 1 and 4, with different title leaves.

Vol. 1 includes an engraved portrait after Kneller by Cipriani and Basire.

New material: “Observations on the growth of vines” (vol. 4:645-670); the Latin “Epistola de tolerantia.” (vol. 2:317-343); and the letter to Samuel Bold, 16 May 1699, first printed in The Museum in 1746 [Locke #814] (vol. 1, xv-xvii footnote)

Y 369; J 113; C 88; A 854

 855

The works of John Locke, in four volumes. The eighth edition. … London: printed for W. Strahan, J.F. and C. Rivington, L. Davis, W. Owen, S. Baker and G. Leigh, T. Payne and Son, T. Caslon, S. Crowder, T. Longman, B. Law, C. Rivington, E. and C. Cilly, J. Wilkie, T. Cadell, N. Conant, T. Beecroft, T. Lowndes, G. Robinson, Jos. Johnson, J. Robson, J. Knox, T. Tecket, and T. Evans. MDCCLXXVI [1777]. 4 vols. (lvi, 788, [14]; [2], 681, [11]; [2], 610, [8]; [6], 644, 645*-651*, [1] 645-670, [10] p.) 4o.

Edited by Bishop Law; includes his “Life of the author” (vol. 1:xv-xxviii), his “Analysis of Mr. Locke’s doctrine of ideas” (fold. plate in vol. 1) and his “Defence of Mr. Locke’s opinion concerning personal identity” (vol. 1:775-788), as well as a number of new letters (vol. 4:645*-651*); all included in later editions of the works; omits the Latin “Epistola de tolerantia.” In addition to the folded plate, vol. 1 contains an engraved portrait after Kneller signed “F. B. Cipriani.”

Y 370; J 114; C 88-89; A 855

 856

The works of John Locke, in nine volumes. The ninth edition. … London: printed for T. Longman, B. Law and Son, J. Johnson, C. Dilly, G.G. and J. Robinson, T. Cadell, J. Sewell, W. Otridge, W. Richardson, F and C. Rivington, W. Goldsmith, T. Payne, Leigh and Sotheby, s. Hayes, R. Faulder, B. and J. White, W. Lowndes, G. and T. Wilkie, and J. Walker. 1794. 9 vols. port. 8o.

Based on Bishop Law’s edition; the first octavo edition; vol. 1 includes a portrait after Kneller, “Cook sculp.” and the “Analysis of Mr. Locke’s doctrine of ideas”; new material: “The whole history of navigation” (in vol. 9).

Y 361; J 115; C 89; A 856

Reprint, with a new introduction by John W. Yolton. – London : Routledge/Thoemmes, 1997. – ISBN 0-415-15384-0. – Unverified.

 857

The works of John Locke : in ten volumes. – 10th ed. – London : printed for J. Johnson [and others], 1801. – 10 vol.

No new material.

J 116; C 89

 858

The works of John Locke : in ten volumes. – 11th ed. – London : printed for W. Otridge [and others], 1812. – 10 vol.

J 117; C 89

 859

The works of John Locke. – New ed., corrected. – London : printed for Thomas Tegg [and others], 1823. – 10 vol.

Vols. 1-3 are the 1828 edition of the Essay [Locke #255, reprint 12]; v. 4-10 are reprints from the 10th edition of Works.

J 118; C 89

 860

The works of John Locke : in nine volumes. – 12th ed. – London : printed for C. and J. Rivington [and others], 1824. – 9 vol.

Reprint of the 9th edition, except that vol. 7 is a reprint of vol. 8 of the 11th edition.

Reprinted 1826 and 1854.

J 119; C 89

Rev.

 861

The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke / general editor, P.H. Nidditch. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1975-   .

The current general editor is M.A. Stewart.

For more information, see The Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke.

The following volumes have appeared thus far:

An essay concerning human understanding / edited by P.H. Nidditch (1975) [Locke #266]

The correspondence of John Locke / edited by E.S. de Beer (1976-89) [Locke #847]

A paraphrase and notes on the epistles of St. Paul … / edited by A.W. Wainwright (1987) [Locke #720]

Some thoughts concerning education / edited by John W. and Jean S. Yolton (1989) [Locke #563]

Drafts for An essay concerning human understanding. Volume 1, Drafts A and B / edited by P.H. Nidditch and G.A.J. Rogers (1990) [Locke #942]

Locke on money / edited by P. H. Kelly (1991) [Locke #506]

The reasonableness of Christianity / edited by J.C. Higgins-Biddle (1999) [Locke #655]

An essay concerning toleration : and other writings on law and politics, 1667-1683 / edited by J. R. Milton and Philip Milton (2006) [Locke #952A]

Vindications of the reasonableness of Christianity / edited by Victor Nuovo (2012) [Locke #860+]

Selected Works

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Posthumous works of Mr. John Locke … (1706). See Locke #724.

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A collection of several pieces of Mr. John Locke … (1720). See Locke #787.

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A collection of several pieces of Mr. John Locke … (1724). See Locke #787A.

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A collection of several pieces of Mr. John Locke … (1739). See Locke #788.

 862

Philosophical beauties / selected from the works of John Locke, Esq. ; containing The conduct of the understanding, Elements of natural philosophy, The studies necessary for a gentleman, and A discourse on miracles ; with several other subjects treated on by this great philosopher ; to which is prefixed some account of his life. – London : printed by J. Cundee for T. Hurst [and others], 1802. – v, 276 p.

 863

Philosophical beauties / selected from the works of John Locke, Esq. ; containing The conduct of the understanding, Elements of natural philosophy, The studies necessary for a gentleman, and A discourse on miracles ; with several other subjects treated on by this great philosopher ; to which is prefixed some account of his life. – 1st American ed. – New York : Langdon, 1828. – 258 p.

Also published: (1) New York : S. & D.A. Forbes, 1829 [unverified] and (2) Cooperstown [N.Y.] : H. & E. Phinney, 1844.

 864

The philosophical works of John Locke / with a preliminary discourse and notes by J.A. St. John, Esq. – London : G. Virtue, 1843. – 610 p.

Contains: “Preliminary discourse,” Of the conduct of the understanding, An Essay concerning human understanding, An examination of P. Malebranche’s opinion on seeing all things in God; with Remarks upon some of Mr.Norris’s books, Elements of natural philosophy, Some thoughts concerning reading and study for a gentleman.

An expanded (?) edition included St. John’s summary of the Locke-Stillingfleet controversy; London : G. Bell, 1892. – 2 vol. – (Bohn’s standard library); also published as: (1) The works of John Locke. Philosophical works. – London : H.G. Bohn, 1854. – 2 vol. (iv, 542; viii, 528 p.). – (Bohn’s standard library); (2) London : Bell & Daldy, 1872; (3) London : G. Bell, 1882.

Review: H. Rogers, “John Locke, his character and philosophy.” (1854)

This collection was translated into Russian; see Locke #875.

J 120-123; C 89-90

 865

Essays / by John Locke. – London ; New York : Ward, Lock, [1883?]. – 703 p. – (The world’s library of standard books ; vol. 67)

Contains: Four letters on toleration, Some thoughts concerning education, Consequences of the lowering of interest.

C 90

 866

The works of John Locke : including An essay on the human understanding, Four letters on toleration, Some thoughts on education, and an essay on the value of money. – New ed., carefully revised. – London : Ward, Lock, [1899?]. – 4 vol.

Contents: Essay (2 vol.) – Four letters on tolerationSome thoughts on educationAn essay on the consequences of the lowering of interest.

 867

A letter concerning toleration ; Concerning government, second essay ; An essay concerning human understanding / John Locke. The principles of human knowledge / by George Berkeley. An enquiry concerning human understanding / by David Hume. – Chicago : Encyclopaedia Britannica, ©1952. – (Great books of the Western world ; [35])

See “Letter concerning toleration” (p. 1-22) – “Concerning government” [from Sherman’s edition, Locke #124] (p. 23-81) and “Essay concerning human understanding” [from Fraser’s edition, Locke #263] (p. 83-395)

New

867+

Political writings / John Locke ; edited and with an introduction by David Wootton. – London ; New York : Penguin Books, 1993. – ix, 479 p.

Contents.

ISBN 0-14-043310-4.

Reprinted: Indianapolis : Hackett, 2003. – ISBD 0-87220-677-7; 0-87220-676-9 (pbk.)

New

867+

Political essays / Locke ; edited by Mark Goldie. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997. – (Cambridge texts in the history of political thought). – xl, 409 p.

Contents.

ISBN 0-521-47269-5; 0-521-47861-8 (pbk.)

Abstract: PhI 1998:658.

LNL 28:7

Japanese translation: ロック政治論集 / ジョン・ロック[著] ; マーク・ゴルディ編 ; 山田園子, 吉村伸夫訳. – 東京 : 法政大学出版局, 2007. – 448, 9 p. – (叢書・ウニベルシタス ; 844)   Rokku seiji ronshū. – Tōkyō : Hōseidaigakushuppankyoku, 2007. – (Sōsho uniberushitasu ; 844). – Translated by Sonoko Yamada and Nobuo Yoshimura. – ISBN 978-4-588-00844-7. – Unverified.

Portuguese translation by Eunice Ostrensky: Ensaios políticos / John Locke. – São Paulo : Martins Fontes, 2007. – 509 p. – (Clássicos Cambridge de filosofia política). – ISBN 978-85-336-2358-3. – Unverified.

New

867+

Writings on religion / John Locke ; edited by Victor Nuovo. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2002. – lvii, 290 p.

ISBN 0-19-924341-7; 0-19-924342-5 (pbk.)

For the introduction, see entry in Chapter 5.

Contents.

Review: M.A. Stewart, LS 5 (2005):241-251.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

LS 2:8

New

867+

The selected political writings of John Locke : texts, background selections, sources, interpretations / edited by Paul E. Sigmund. – New York ; London : W.W. Norton & Company, ©2005. – (Norton critical editions in the history of ideas)

ISBN 0-393-96451-5 (pbk.)

For the introduction, see entry in Chapter 7.

LS 5:13

Selected works.   Chinese

New

*867+

西方自由主義之父 : 洛克作品選讀 = John Locke / 導讀, 選讀江宜樺. – 台北市 : 誠品股份有限公司, 1999. – («人文經典» 隨身讀 ; 6)

Xi fang zi you zhu yi zhi fu : Luoke zuo pin xuan du = John Locke / dao du, xuan du Jiang Yihua. – Taibei Shi : Cheng pin gu fen you xian gong si, 1999. – 173 p. – (“Ren wen jing dian” sui shen du ; 6)

ISBN 9-5797-3495-X.

Unverified.

Selected works.   Danish

New

*867+

John Locke / red. af David Favrholdt. – København : Berlingske, 1965. – 230 p.

Unverified.

Also: 2. udgave. – [København] : Rosinante, 2000. – ISBN 87-621-0062-9. – Unverified.

Selected works.   French

 868

OEuvres diverses de monsieur Jean Locke. A Rotterdam, chez Fritsch et Böhm, MDCCX [1710]. [8], XCIX, [1], 468 p. 12o

Probably edited by Jean Le Clerc and consisting primarily of translations formerly appearing in reviews in the Bibliotheque universelle.

Contains “Eloge historique de feu Mr. Locke,” par Mr. Jean Le Clerc (p. i-xcix) – “Lettre sur la tolárance” (p. 1-140) – “De la conduite de l’esprit dans la recherche de la verité” (p. 141-348) – “Discours sur les miracles” (p. 349-372) – “Methode nouvelle de dresser des recueils” (p. 373-406) – “Memoirs pour servir à la vie d’Antoine Ashley, comte de Shaftesbury …” (p. 407-468)

Review: Anon., Mem.Hist.Sci. (Trevoux) (1712)

Y 372; C 90; A 868

 869

OEuvres diverses de monsieur Locke. Nouvelle édition considérablement augmentée. … A Amsterdam, chez Jean Frederic Bernard, M.DCC.XXXII [1732]. 2 vols. (CXIX [i.e. XCIX], [1], 329, [3]; 420, [2] p.) 12o.

Contains: vol. 1. “Eloge historique de feu Mr. Locke,” par Mr. Jean Le Clerc (p. i-xcix) – “Lettre sur la tolárance” (p. 1-123) – “De la conduite de l’esprit dans la recherche de la verité” (p. 124-308) – “Discours sur les miracles” (p. 309-329) – v. 2. “Methode nouvelle de dresser des recueils” (p. 1-36) – “Memoirs pour servir à la vie d’Antoine Ashley, comte de Shaftesbury” (p. 37-91) – “Essai pour l’entendement des epitres de S. Paul” (p. 92-145) – “Examen du sentiment de P. Malebranche” (p. 146-255) – the correspondence with Limborch from Some familiar letters [translated by Coste] (p. 256-420)

Y 373; C 90; A 869

 870

OEuvres philosophiques de Locke. – Nouvelle édition / revue par M. Thurot. – A Paris : de l’imprimerie de Firmin Didot, 1821-25. – 7 vol.

Contents: v. 1. De l’éducation des enfants – v. 2-6. De l’entendement humain – v. 7. De la conduite de l’entendement. Examen de l’opinion de Père Malebranche, que nous voyons toutes choses en Dieu. Remarques sur quelques parties des ouvrages de M. Norris. Méthode nouvelle de dresser des recueils. Mémoirs pour servir à la vie d’Antoine Ashley, comte de Shaftesbury. Table analytique de la doctrine de Locke, sur les idées; v. 2 includes “Avant-propos de Leibnitz” (p. xli-lxvii) and vol. 6, “Morceaux insérés à la suite des Nouveaux essais de Leibnitz” (p. 317-350)

C 90-91

New

*870+

Morale et loi naturelle : textes sur la loi de nature, la morale et la religion / John Locke ; présentation, traduction et notes par Jean-Fabien Spitz. – Paris : J. Vrin, 1990. – 222 p. – (Bibliothèque des textes philosophiques)

For Spitz’s introduction, see entry in Chapter 3.

ISBN 2-7116-1011-X.

Selected works.   German

*871

[Neal Wood [The politics of Locke’s philosophy (1983), p. 48] mentions a German edition of Locke’s collected works, published in Halle in 1717. This could be a translation of the 1714 collected works [Locke #848], but is more likely a translation of the French Oeuvres diverses (1710) [Locke #868]. I have not seen any other reference to this collection.]

 872

Bürgerliche Gesellschaft und Staatsgewalt : Sozialphilosophische Schriften / John Locke ; herausgegeben und mit einem Essay “Mister Locke beginnt zu publizieren oder Das Ende der Revolution” von Hermann Klenner ; aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Klaus Udo Szudra. – Leipzig : Reclam, 1980. – 357 p.

Contains: Traktat über die Obrigkeit [the Latin tract on the magistrate] (p. 7-74) – Essays über das Naturrecht [the 7th and 8th of the Essays on the laws of nature] (p. 75-93) – Abhandlung über den Staat [the Second treatise] (p. 95-268) – Plan zur Beseitigung des Arbeitslosigkeit 1697 [Report to the Board of Trade, Locke #804] (p. 269-288) – Zu unserer Ausgabe / Hermann Klenner, Klaus Udo Szudra (p. 291-294) – Mr. Locke beginnt zu publizieren oder Das Ende der Revolution / Hermann Klenner (p. 295-328).

Reviews: R. Brandt, Phil.Rund. 28:148-152; H. Seidel, Dt.Zt.Phil. 29:1533-1536.

Also published: Westberlin : Verlag Das Europ. Buch, 1986. – (Eurobook ; 13)

Selected works.   Italian

 873

Scritti filosofici e religiosi / John Locke ; introduzione, traduzione e note di Mario Sina. – Milano : Rusconi, 1979. – 813 p. – (I classici del pensiero. Sezione 3, Filosofia moderna)

Contains: “Introduzione : Il pensiero filosofico e teologico di John Locke” / di Mario Sina – “Elogio [storico] del defunto Signor Locke” / Jean Le Clerc“Silloge del Saggio sull’intelletto umano“La ragionevolezza del Cristianesimo”“Difesa della Ragionevolezza del Cristianesimo“Lettera al Reverendissimo Edward Stillingfleet”“Saggio per la comprensione delle epistole di San Paolo consultando lo stesso San Paolo”“La condotta dell’intelletto” – “Lovelace Collection, MS. Locke c.27, ff.131-134 : Spirito, anima e corpo nella sacra Scrittura.”

New

*873A

Scritti etico-religiosi / di John Locke ; a cura di Mario Sina. – Torino : Unione tipografica-editrice torinese, ©2000. – 796 p.

Contains: “Linee di sviluppo della riflessione etico-religiosa lockiana : introduzione” (p. 1-80) – Manoscritti sulla legge di natura (p. 81-142) – Manoscritti sull’etica (p. 143-210) – Estratto del Saggio dull’intelletto umano (p. 211-278) – La reagionevolezza del Cristianesimo (p. 279-429) – Difesa della Ragionevolezza del Cristianesimo (p. 431-459) – Lettera al vescovo di Worcester (p. 461-577) – Discorso sui miracoli (p. 579-597) – Saggio per la comprensione delle Epistole di San Paolo consultando lo stesso San Paolo (p. 599-629) – La condotta dell’intelletto (p. 631-725) – Appendice : Jean Le Clerc, Elogio del defunto signor Locke (p. 727-777)

ISBN 88-020-5563-7.

Unverified.

Selected works.   Japanese

New

*873+

ロックヒューム / ロック ; [] ; 大槻春彦責任編集. – 東京 : 中央公論新社, 1999. – (世界の名著 ; 32). – (中公バックス)

Rokku Hyūmu / Locke, John ; Hume, David ; Ōtsuki, Haruhiko. – Tōkyō : Chūōkōronshinsha, 1999. – 574 p. – (Sekai no meicho ; 32). – (Chūkō bakkusu)

Contains translations of the Essay concerning human understanding by Ōtsuki, Two treatises of government by Miyakawa, and A letter concerning toleration; edited [?] by Ōkōchi Kazuo.

ISBN 4-124-00642-X.

Unverified.

Selected works.   Portuguese

*874

Carta acerca da tolerância ; Segundo tratado sobre o governo ; Ensaio acerca do ententimento humano / John Locke ; trad. de Anoar Aiex e E. Jacy Monteiro. – São Paolo : Abril Cultural, 1973. – 353 p.

Unverified; source: RBP 28:4997.

Selected works.   Russian

 875

Izbrannye filosofskie proizvedenii͡a / D. Lokk ; [pod obshcheĭ redakt͡sieĭ I.S. Narskogo (t. 1), A.A. Makarovskogo (t. 2)]. – Moskva : Izdatel’stvo Sot͡sial’no-Ėkonomicheskoĭ Literatury, 1960. – 2 vol.

Translation of St. John’s Philosophical works [Locke #863]; contains: vol. 1. “Dzhon Lokk i ego filosofii͡a” / I. Narskiĭ (p. 5-54) – “Opyt o chelovecheskom razume” / [perevod A.N. Savina]; vol. 2. “O gosudarstvennom pravlenii” / perevod I͡U. V. Semenova – “Pis’mo o veroterpimosti” / perevod A.S. Bogomolova – “O pol’zovanii razumom” / perevod I͡U. M. Davidsona – “Issledovanie mnenii͡a ott͡sa Mal’bransha o videnii vsekh veshcheĭ v boge” / perevod A.A. Frenkina – “Zamechanii͡a k nekotorym knigam g. Norrisa, v kotorykh on otstaivaet mnenie ott͡sa Mal’bransha o nashem videnii vsekh veshcheĭ v boge” / perevod A.A. Frenkina – [Otryvki iz trekh “Pisem” D. Lokka k Ėd. Stillingflitu, episkopu Vusterskomu] / perevod F.A. Reznikovskoĭ i V.L. I͡Ukhta – “Prilozhenie : Ėlementy estestvennoĭ filosofii” / perevod A.A. Frenkina.

Selected works.   Spanish

*875+

Obras varias y correspondencia de (y sobre) John Locke / selección, traducción, introducción, y notas de José Antonio Robles y Carmen Silva. – 1. ed. – Iztapalapa, México, D.F. : Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Iztapalapa, División de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Departamento de Filosofía, 1991. – 229 p. – (Publicaciones del Departamento de Filosofía. Serie Clásicos ; 4)

ISBN 97-062-00053-3.

Unverified.

New

*875+

Ensayo sobre el entendimiento humano (compendio) ; Segundo tratado sobre el gobierno ; Escritos sobre la tolerancia ; Pensamientos sobre la educación ; Sobre el empleo del entendimiento / John Locke ; estudio introductorio por Agustín Izquierdo]. – Madrid : Gredos, [2013]. – CXI, 753 pages. – (Biblioteca de grandes pensadores)

Includes Rodrígues Aranda’s abridged translation of the Essay; López Álvarez’s revision of Lázaro Ros’s translation of the Second treatise; and Betegón Carrillo’s translation of writings on toleration.

ISBN 978-84-249-0455-5.

Unverified.

New

*875+

Dos tractos sobre el govierno y otros escritos / John Locke ; traducción, edición e introducción de Daniel Mielgo Bregazzi. – Madrid : Biblioteca Nueva, [2015]. – 405 pages. – (Clásicos del pensamiento ; 68)

ISBN 978-84-994-0574-2.

Unverified.

LS 17:20

Anthologies | Selections

 876

“Selection from the works of John Locke.” // IN: A collection of essays and tracts in theology : from various authors / with biographical and critical notices by Jared Sparks. – Boston : D. Reed, 1826. – vol. 6:165-235.

Contains “An essay for the understanding of St. Paul’s Epistles” – “On enthusiasm” [from the Essay] 2 “Advantages of the appearance of our Saviour among men” [from The reasonableness of Christianity]

C 76

 877

The beauties of Locke : consisting of selections from his philosophical, moral and theological works / [selected] by Alfred Howard, Esq. – London : printed by T. Davison for T. Tegg [and others, 1833]. – 212 p. – (The beauties of literature ; vol. 14)

C 90 [1834]

 878

Gleanings from John Locke and other authors / selected, prepared and published by Ross Winans. – Baltimore : J.P. des Forges, 1872. – 20 p.

 879

Essays of British essayists : including biographical and critical sketches / with a special introduction by Chauncey C. Starkweather. – New York : Colonial Press, 1900.

See vol. 1:115-135: “Of practice and habits” – “Of principles” – “Of prejudices” – “Of observation” – “Of reading” – “Some thoughts concerning education.”

 880

Selections / Locke ; edited by Sterling P. Lamprecht. – New York : C. Scribner, ©1928. – lv, 349 p.

For Lamprecht’s introduction, see entry in Chapter 2.

C 90

 881

“John Locke.” // IN: Philosophers speak for themselves : from Descartes to Locke / edited by T.V. Smith and Marjorie Grene. – Chicago : University of Chicago Press, ©1940. – p. 339-481.

Selections from the Essay, Second treatise.

 882

John Locke on politics and education / edited with an introduction by Howard R. Penniman. – New York : D. Van Nostrand, ©1947. – 414 p. – (Classics Club college edition)

Selections from A letter concerning toleration, Second treatise, Some thoughts concerning education, and The fundamental constitutions of Carolina.

Also published: New York : for the Classics Club by W.J. Black, 1947.

A Am-5,6

*883

Selections from English philosophers. 17. century : Bacon, Hobbes, Locke, Cotes on Newton / hrsg. von Paul Kaemmer. – Kevelaer : Butzon & Bercker, 1952.

Unverified; source: RBP 5:2738.

 884

The portable age of reason reader / edited, and with an introduction, by Crane Brinton. – New York : Viking Press, 1956.

See “Progressive education” [from Some thoughts concerning education] (p. 113-121) – “Property and society” [from Two treatises of government] (p. 142-158) – “There are no innate ideas” [from the Essay] (p. 247-250) and “From On Locke’s Essay on human understanding” [from Leibniz’s New essays] (p. 251-254)

 885

Locke and liberty : selections from the works of John Locke / compiled and with an introduction by Massimo Salvadori. – London : Pall Mall Press, 1960, ©1959. – xl, 196 p.

Selections from the Essay, Some thoughts concerning education, Letter concerning toleration, and Two treatises of government.

For Salvadori’s introduction, “Why Locke?” see entry in Chapter 2.

Review: Anon., T.L.S. 25 Mar. 1960:196.

H&W 263

[886]

Education and philosophical thought (1962)

Includes selections from Some thoughts concerning education, An essay concerning human understanding, and the Second treatise (p. 270-295)

 887

Locke on politics, religion and education / John Locke ; edited, with an introduction by Maurice Cranston. – New York : Collier Books ; London : Collier-Macmillan, 1965. – 286 p.

Contains selections from Two treatises, Letter concerning toleration, Note on happiness [“Thus I think 1688”], Sound mind [from Some thoughts concerning education], Reasonableness of Christianity and Of the conduct of the understanding.

For Cranston’s introduction, see entry in Chapter 2.

Review: Scurati, “Nuovissimi studi lockiani” (1966)

LNL 4:21

 888

“John Locke on self-government, property, and toleration.” // IN: European liberalism / edited by Massimo Salvadori. – New York ; London : J. Wiley, ©1972. – (Major issues in history). – p. 34-45.

Reprinted from Locke #885.

 889

The Locke reader : selections from the works of John Locke / with a general introduction and commentary by John W. Yolton. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1977. – xv, 335 p.

For Yolton’s introduction, see entry in Chapter 2.

LNL 8:8

New

*889+

The ethical philosophy of John Locke / eds., Willis Truitt and Roy Weatherford. – New York : Haven Publications, 1988. – 121 p. – (Ethical works and series). – (Great philosophical works ; vol. 1)

Title on cover: The ethical writings of John Locke.

Unverified.

New

*889+

Locke / edited by Anthony Kelbrook. – London : Parma, 1997. – 86 p. – (Plain texts from key thinkers)

ISBN 1-9016-7805-9.

Unverified.

Selections.   French

 890

“Choix de textes.” // IN: Locke, ou, La raisonnabilité / préesentation, choix de textes, biographie, bibliographie par Émilienne Naert (1973). – Paris : Seghers, ©1973. – (Philosophes de tous les temps). – p. 87-166.

New

*894A

Pièces diverses de M. John Locke : touchant à la propriété, la monnaie, l’intéret & au commerce, &c. ; précédées du quelques propositions de Thomas Hobbes … ; & suivies de vues de Rice Vaughan … / éditées à l’usage de l’amateur & à son agrément par Paulette Taieb. – Paris : Chez le MAUSS, 1983. – x, 140 p.

Unverified.

Selections.   Italian

*891

I grandi scrittori inglesi dal secolo XIV ai giorni nostri / con biografie e note di Carlo Allario ; con aggiunta di commenti storici e filologici di Giacomo Richeri. – Torino : Paravia, 1890.

M 2

 892

Locke / a cura di Armando Carlini. – [Milano] : Garzanti, 1949. – 300 p. – (I filosofi ; 19)

Selections translated from the Essay, Examination of Malebranche, Some thoughts concerning education, Two treatises, Letter concerning toleration, and Reasonableness of Christianity.

Reviews: A. Droetto, Riv.Fil. 1950:112-113; E. Garin, Belfagor 1950:373.

M 35

 893

“John Locke” / Carlo A. Viano. // IN: Grande antologia filosofica / diretta da Umberto Antonio Padovani. – Milano : Marzorati, 1954-78. – vol. 13 (1968):581-665.

M 55

 894

“John Locke.“ // IN: Filosofi antichi e nuovi : antologia filosofica per le scuole medie superiori / [a cura di] Nicola Abbagnano. – Torino : Paravia, 1975. – p. 142-156.

Selections translated from the Essay, Two treatises.

M 64

New

*894A

La libertà religiosa nel pensiero di John Locke / [a cura di] Mario Tedeschi. – Torino : Giappichelli, 1990. – 245 p. – (Classici sulla libertà religiosa ; 2)

Unverified.