Albertan-Coppola, S.

“De Locke à Helvétius en passant par l’Encyclopédie ou faut-il ‘casser le XVIIIe siècle’?” / Sylviane Albertan-Coppola. // IN: Sciences, musiques, lumières : mélanges offerts à Anne-Marie Chouillet / publiés par Ulla Kölving et Irène Passeron. – Ferney-Voltaire, France : Centre international d’étude du XVIIIe siècle, 2002. – (Publications du Centre international d’étude du XVIIIe siècle ; 2). – p. 367-374.

Allegra, A.

“Crise de l’unum, avèvement de l’identité : remarques lockiennes” / Antonio Allegra. // IN: Le problème des transcendantaux du XIVe au XVIIe siècle / édité par Graziella Federici Vescovini. – Paris : J. Vrin, 2002. – (Bibliothèque d’histoire de la philosophie. Nouvelle série). – p. 229-243.

Barnaby, A. & Schnell, L. J.

Literate experience : the work of knowing in seventeenth-century English writing / Andrew Barnaby and Lisa J. Schnell. – First edition. – New York : Palgrave, 2002.

See p. 44-53.

Bennett, J.

“Empiricism about meanings” / Jonathan Bennett. // IN: Reading Hume on human understanding : essays on the first Enquiry / edited by Peter Millican. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2002. – p. 98-106.

Berchielli, L.

“Color, space, and figure in Locke : an interpretation of the Molyneux problem” / Laura Berchielli. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 40 (2002):47-65.

Abstract: PhI 2002.

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Blitz, M.

“Locke’s doctrine of human action” / by Mark Blitz. – Paper presented at the 2002 American Political Science Association meeting.

Avaliable at http://www.claremont.org/writings/02apsa_blitz.html

Block, J. E.

A nation of agents : the American path to a modern self and society. – See entry in Chapter 7.

BonJour, L.

Epistemology : classic problems and contemporary responses / Laurence BonJour. – Lanham ; Oxford : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2002. – (Elements of philosophy).

See esp. “Locke, Berkeley and Hume on perception and the external world” (p. 130-135).

Bradfield, K.

“How can knowledge derive itself?” / Katherine Bradfield. // IN: Locke studies. – 2 (2002):81-103.

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Broad, J.

Women philosophers of the seventeenth-century / Jacqueline Broad. – Cambridge ; New York ; Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 2002.

See 4, “Mary Astell” (p. 90-113), 5, “Damaris Masham” (p. 114-140) and 6, “Catharine Trotter Cockburn” (p. 141-165)

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Buickerood, J. G.

Two dissertations concerning sense, and the imagination, with an essay on consciousness (1728) : a study in attribution” / James G. Buickerood. // IN: 1650-1850 : ideas, aesthetics, and inquiries in the early modern era.

Velde, Willem van de, the Younger (1633-1707)

Artist

The Attack on the French Ships at Martinique, 6th July 1667 (1675)

‘Holmes’s Bonfire’ (1676)

– 7 (2002):51-86.

On Two dissertations … (1728)

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Buickerood, J. G.

“ ‘The whole exercise of reason’ : Charles Mein’s account of rationality” / James G. Buickerood. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 63 (2002):639-658.

Campbell, J.

“Berkeley’s puzzle” / John Campbell. // IN: Conceivability and possibility / edited by Tamar Szabó Gendler and John Hawthorne. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2002. – p. 127-143.

Carson, E.

“Locke’s account of certain and instructive knowledge” / Emily Carson. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 10 (2002):359-378.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Clatterbaugh, K. C.

“Causality in modern British philosophy” / Kenneth C. Clatterbaugh. // IN: Quaestio. – 2 (2002):449-459.

Unverified.

Conn, C. H.

“Locke on natural kinds and essential properties” / Christopher Hughes Conn. // IN: Journal of philosophical research. – 27 (2002):475-497.

Abstract: PhI 2002.

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Conn, C. H.

“Locke’s organismic theory of personal identity” / Christopher Hughes Conn. // IN: Locke studies. – 2 (2002):105-135.

Abstract: PhI 2003

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Cresswell, M. J.

“All things being particulars” / M.J. Cresswell. // IN: Locke studies. – 2 (2002):19-51.

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Danaher, J. P.

“Locke and reality : a reply to Crouch“ / James P. Danaher. // IN: Locke studies. – 2 (2002):137-143.

Reply to M. Crouch, “Locke on language and reality” (2001).

Abstract: PhI 2003

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De Anna, G.

“The simple view of colours and the reference of perceptual terms” / Gabriele De Anna. // IN: Philosophy. – 77 (2002):87-108.

Dupré, J.

Humans and other animals / John Dupré. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2002.

See p. 19-22.

Eisenach, E. J.

“Body-truth and spirit-truth in Locke’s way of knowing.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Hill, B.

“Locke’s refutation of innatism : Essay I.ii” / Benjamin Hill. // IN: Southwest philosophy review. – 18:no. 1 (Jan. 2002):123-134.

See the comment by D. Soles, “Locke’s refutation of innatism reconsidered” (2002)

Abstract: PhI 2002.

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Hill, J.

Solidity, cohesion and impulse : the philosophy of body in Locke’s Essay / James Hill. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of London (King’s College), 2002. – 300 leaves.

Jacovides, M.

“The epistemology under Locke’s corpuscularianism” / by Michael Jacovides. // IN: Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie. – 84 (2002):161-189.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Jacquette, D.

“Hume on infinite divisibility and the negative idea of a vacuum” / Dale Jacquette. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 10 (2002):413-435.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

Jones, J.-E.

The “workmanship of the understanding” : realist and anti-realist theories of classification in Boyle, Locke and Leibniz / Jan-Erik Jones. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of California, Irvine, 2002.

Abstract: DAI 63A:2269.

Unverified.

Keating, L.

“Linking mechanism and subjectivity in Locke’s Essay” / Laura Keating. // IN: Locke studies. – 2 (2002):53-79.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Kelley, A.

Catharine Trotter : an early modern writer in the vanguard of feminism / Anne Kelley. – Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT, USA : Ashgate, ©2002.

See esp. 5, “The philosophical writings” (p. 140-196)

Lodge, P. & Crowe, B.

“Leibniz, Bayle, and Locke on faith and reason” / by Paul Lodge and Benjamin Crowe. // IN: American Catholic philosophical quarterly. – 76 (2002):575-600.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

McCann, E.

“John Locke” / Edwin McCann. // IN: A companion to early modern philosophy / edited by Steven Nadler. – Malden, Mass. ; Oxford : Blackwell Publishing, 2002. – (Blackwell companions to philosophy ; 23). – p. 354-374.

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McKitrick, J.

“Reid’s foundation for the primary/secondary quality distinction” / Jennifer McKitrick. // IN: Philosophical quarterly. – 52 (2002):478-494.

Unverified; source/Abstract: PhI 2003.

Mercado, J. A.

El sentimiento como racionalidad : la filosofia de la creencia en David Hume / Juan Andres Mercado. – Pamplona, EUNSA, 2002.

Unverified; source/Abstract: PhI 2002.

Ott, W. R.

“Locke and signification” / Walter R. Ott. // IN: Journal of philosophical research. – 27 (2002):449-473.

Abstract: PhI 2002.

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Ott, W. R.

“Locke’s argument from signification” / Walter R. Ott. // IN: Locke studies. – 2 (2002):145-174.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Ott, W. R.

“Propositional attitudes in modern philosophy” / Walter Ott. // IN: Dialogue (Montréal) – 41 (2002):551-568.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Panza, C. J.

Ideas, general reference and abstraction in Locke’s Essay / Christopher Joseph Panza. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Connecticut, 2002. – vii, 297 leaves.

Unverified.

Pappas, G.

“Abstraction and existence” / George Pappas. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 19 (2002):43-63.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Paxman, D.

“ ‘Distance getting close’ : gesture, language, and space in the Pacific” / David Paxman. // IN: Eighteenth-century life. – 26 (2002):78-97.

Popkin, R. H. & Stroll, A.

Skeptical philosophy for everyone / Richard H. Popkin & Avrum Stroll. – Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 2002.

See esp. “John Locke (1632-1704)” (p. 73-79)

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Ready, K. J.

“Damaris Cudworth Masham, Catharine Trotter Cockburn, and the feminist legacy of Locke’s theory of personal identity” / Kathryn J. Ready. // IN: Eighteenth-century studies. – 35 (2001/2): 563-576.

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Schoen, E. L.

“Clocks, God, and scientific realism” / by Edward L. Schoen. // IN: Zygon. – 37 (2002):555-579.

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Sheridan, P.

Locke’s ethics and the British moralists : the Lockean legacy in eighteenth century moral philosophy / by Patricia Sheridan. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Western Ontario, 2002. – v, 161 pages.

Unverified.

Simmons, P. C.

“John Locke, memory, and narratives of origin” / Patricia C. Simmons. // IN: Lumen. – 21 (2002):61-85.

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Soles, D.

“Locke’s refutation of innatism reconsidered” / David Soles. // IN: Southwest philosophy review. – 18:no. 2 (July 2002):127-132.

Comment on B. Hill, “Locke’s refutation of innatism” (2002).

Tête, A.

La psychologie et ses fantômes : contribution à l’épistémologie d’une histoire de la psychologie / Alain Tête. – 1re éd. – Paris : Presses universitaires de France, 2002. – 287 p. – (Science, histoire et société)

ISBN 2-13-052742-6.

Unverified.

Thiel, U. (ed.)

Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / editor, Udo Thiel. – Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, VT : Ashgate : Dartmouth, ©2002. – xxii, 525 p. – (The international library of critical essays in the history of philosophy ; 1067)

Reprints of previously-published articles.

Contents: Introduction (p. xi-xxii) – Part I, Locke and the sceptical traditionPart II, Innatism and the theory of ideasPart III, Body and soul, will and desirePart IV, Substance, essence, and kindsPart V, Identity and personsPart VI, LanguagePart VII, Knowledge and opinion, reason and faith.

ISBN 1-84014-414-9.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Tomida, Y.

“Locke, Berkeley, and the logic of idealism” / Yasuhiko Tomida. // IN: Locke studies. – 2 (2002):225-238, 3 (2003):63-91.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Reprinted in: Locke, Berkeley, Kant (2012). – p. 107-119, 120-144; an earlier Japanese version of the first part was published as “Bākuri no kannensetsu no mujun” = [A contradiction in Berkeley’s theory of ideas] (2001).

Vakulenko, S.

“Lockean motifs in Potebnia” / Serhii Vakulenko. // IN: History of linguistics 1999 : selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, 14-19 September 1999, Fontenay-St. Cloud / edited by Sylvain Auroux. – Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, ©2002. – (Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science ; vol. 99). – p. 319-332.

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Webb, S.

“ ‘I know you are, but what am I?’ : Locke on nominal essences and personal identity” / Sherisse Webb. // IN: Kinesis. – 29:no. 1 (spring 2002):20-42.

Abstract: PhI 2003.

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Williston, B.

“Self-deception and the ethics of belief : Locke’s critique of enthusiasm” / Byron Williston. // IN: Philo. – 5 (2002):62-83.

Unverified; source/Abstract: PhI 2002.

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Wilson, R. A.

“Locke’s primary qualities” / Robert A. Wilson. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 40 (2002):201-228.

Abstract: PhI 2002.

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Reprinted in: John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 3.