Alexander, P.

“How could a respectable seventeenth-century empiricist be influenced by Robert Boyle?” / Peter Alexander. // IN: Locke studies. – 5(2005):103-117.

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Allegra, A.

Dopo l’anima : Locke e la discussione dell’identità personale alle origini del pensiero moderno / Antonio Allegra. – Roma : Edizioni Studium, 2005. – 230 p. – (Collana La dialettica)

ISBN 88-382-3966-5.

Review: S. Marchetti, Recensioni filosophiche no. 8 (2006); available at http://www.recensionifilosofiche.it/crono/2006-06/allegra.htm

Unverified.

Astell, M. & Norris, J.

Letters concerning the love of God / Mary Astell and John Norris ; edited by E. Derek Taylor and Melvyn New. – Aldershot, Hant., England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2005.

Includes an introduction by the editors (p. 1-41); an edition of Letters concerning the love of God (1694, 1705); editions of Cursory reflections (1690) and A brief consideration of the remarques upon the foregoing reflections (1691) [Norris]; and of “Appendix” from The Christian religion, 2nd ed. (1717) [Astell]

Atherton, M.

“Descartes among the British : the case of the theory of vision” / Margaret Atherton. // IN: Receptions of Descartes : Cartesianism and anti-cartesianism in early modern Europe / edited by Tad M. Schmaltz. – London : New York : Routledge, 2005. – (Routledge studies in seventeenth-century philosophy). – p. 218-234.

Ayers, M. R.

“Richard Burthogge and the origins of modern conceptualism” / M.R. Ayers. // IN: Analytic philosophy and history of philosophy / edited by Tom Sorell and G.A.J. Rogers. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2005. – (Mind Association occasional series). – p. 179-200.

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Ayers, M. R.

“The second meditation and objections to Cartesian dualism” / Michael Ayers. // IN: Early modern philosophy : mind, matter, and metaphysics / edited by Christia Mercer and Eileen O’Neill. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005. – p. 24-45.

Bennett, J.

“God and matter in Locke : an exposition of Essay 4.10” / Jonathan Bennett. // IN: Early modern philosophy : mind, matter, and metaphysics / edited by Christia Mercer and Eileen O’Neill. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005. – p. 161-182.

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Brady, M. E.

“The nature of virtue in a politics of consent : John Locke on education.” – See entry in Chapter 4.

Brandt, R.

“ ‘Personal identity’ bei John Locke” / Reinhard Brandt. // IN: Philosophia practica universalis : Festschrift für Joachim Hruschka zum 70. Geburtstag / herausgegeben von B. Sharon Byrd und Jan C. Joerden. – Berlin : Duncker & Humblot, 2005. – (Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik = Annual review of law and ethics ; Band 13). – p. 45-61.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

Unverified.

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Burson, J. D.

“Abdication of legitimate heirs : the use and abuse of Locke in the Jesuit Journal de Trévoux and the origins of counter-enlightenment, 1737-1767” / Jeffrey D. Burson. // IN: Studies on Voltaire and the eighteenth century. – 2005:07:297-325.

Cargile, J.

“The fallacy of epistemicism” / James Cargile. // IN: Oxford studies in epistemology. Volume 1 / edited by Tamar Szabó Gendler and John Hawthorne. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2005. – p. 33-67.

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Carson, E.

“Locke on simple and mixed modes” / Emily Carson. // IN: Locke studies. – 5 (2005):19-38.

See also the reply by Domski, “Construction without spatial constraints” (2006)

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Chappell, V.

“Self-determinism” / Vere Chappell. // IN: Early modern philosophy : mind, matter, and metaphysics / edited by Christia Mercer and Eileen O’Neill. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005. – p. 127-141.

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Chibeni, S. S.

“Locke on the epistemological status of scientific laws” / Silvio Seno Chibeni. // IN: Principia : revista internacional de epistemologia. – 9 (2005):19-41.

Available at: http://www.cfh.ufsc.br/~principi/p912-2.pdf [viewed 3 June 2009]

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Crinella, G.

Itinerari lockiani : teoria del sapere e teoria politica / Galliano Crinella. – Urbino : Quattro Venti, ©2005. – 148 p. – (Materiali)

ISBN 88-392-0702-3.

Unverified.

Dainton, B. F. & Bayne, T.

“Consciousness as a guide to personal persistence” / Barry F. Dainton and Tim Bayne. // IN: Australasian journal of philosophy. – 83 (2005):549-571.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

Dogan, A.

“Locke on liberty and necessity” / Aysel Dogan. // IN: Bilig : Türk Dünyasi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi = Journal of the social sciences of the Turkish world. – 35 (2005):207-228.

Unverified.

Dours, C.

“Souvenir et personne : identité ou impersonnalité” / Christian Dours. // IN: Mémoires et histoires : des identités personnelles aux politiques de reconnaissance : colloque du Lycée Raymond Queneau d’Yvetot, 22-24 mars 2004 / sous la direction de Johann Michel. – Rennes : Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2005. – p. 37-56.

On Parfit, Reasons and persons (1984)

ISBN 2-7535-0141-6.

Unverified.

Dutts, D. M.

“Can a quality be perceived without substance?” / D.M. Dutts. // IN: Philosophical quarterly (Calcutta, India). – 15 (2005):262-268.

Univerified.

Ellis, F.

Concepts and reality in the history of philosophy : tracing a philosophical error from Locke to Bradley / Fiona Ellis. – London ; New York : Routledge, 2005. – 173 p. – (Routledge advances in the history of philosophy ; 1)

See 1, “A philosophical syndromeŠ (p. 9-33)

Forrai, G.

“Lockean ideas as intentional contents” / Gabor Forrai. // IN: Intentionality past and future / edited by Gabor Forrai. – New York : Rodopi-NY, 2005. – (Value inquiry book series ; vol. 173) – p. 37-50.

Unverified.

Gillett, G.

“Schechtman’s narrative account of identity” / Grant Gillett. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, and psychology. – 12 (2005):23-24.

Comment on Schechtman, “Personal identity and the past” (2006); see also the comment by Beck, “The misunderstandings of the self-understanding view” (2013) [with a response by Gillett and a reply by Beck].

Giuntini, C.

“Il corpo immortale : filosofia e teologia nell’ultimo Locke.” – See entry in Chapter 5.

Glombíček, P.

“Lockův skromný návrh nauky o znacích” = “Locke’s modest proposal of a doctrine of signs” / Petr Glombíček. // IN: Filosofický časopis. – 53 (2005):67-83.

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Glombíček, P. & Hill, J. (eds.)

“Filosof John Locke” / Petr Glombíček a James Hill, hostující editoří. // IN: Filosofický časopis. – ročnik 53 (2005):číslo 1.

Contains: “Úvodní slovo” / Petr Glombíček a James Hill (p. 3-5) – “Locke, Platón a platonismus” / John Rogers“Kognitivní psychologie a Lockův podíl na utváření novověké filosofie” / Josef Moural“Lockovy nominální esence : ideje nebo kvality?” / Jan Palkoska“Primární kvality, sekundární kvality a princip impulsu” / James Hill“Lockův skromný návrh nauky o znacích” / Petr Glombíček“Locke o revoluci” / Jiří Chotaš“Jak se stal Locke málem deistou?” / Miloš Dokulil“27. kapitola : O identitě a různosti” / John Locke.

Halabi, S.

“A useful anachronism : John Locke, the corpuscular philosophy, and inference to the best explanation” / Selman Halabi. // IN: Studies in history and philosophy of science. – 36 (2005)241-259.

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Haque, A.

“Locke and Wittgenstein on bare ostensive definition” / A. Haque. // IN: Indian philosophical quarterly. – 32 (2005):419-428.

Unverified.

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Harris, J. A.

Of liberty and necessity : the free will debate in eighteenth-century British philosophy / James A. Harris. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2005. – (Oxford philosophical monographs)

See esp. Ch. 1, “Locke’s chapter ‘Of power’ and its eighteenth-century reception.” (p. 19-40)

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New

Haumesser, M.

La sensualisation de l’entendement dans Locke et Kant : autour de l’amphibologie des concepts de la réflexion / Mathieu Haumesser ; directeur de thèse Jean-Michel Vienne. – Thèse de doctorat, Université de Nantes, 2005. – 2 volumes (490 leaves).

Unverified.

Heil, J.

“Kinds and essences” / John Heil. // IN: Ratio. – new series:18 (2005):405-419.

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Heinimaa, M. L. A.

“Past personal identity” / Markus L. A. Heinimaa. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, and psychology. – 12 (2005):25-26.

Comment on Schechtman, “Personal identity and the past” (2006)

Herráiz Martínez, P.-J.

“La identidad personal en J. Locke como expresión del habitar” / Pedro-José Herráiz Martínez. // IN: Thémata : revista de filosifía. – 35 (2005):349-354.

Unverified.

Hill, J.

“Primární kvality, sekundární kvality a princip impulsu” = “Primary qualities, secondary qualities and the impulse principle” / James Hill ; translation, Petr Glombíček. // IN: Filosofický časopis. – 53 (2005):51-66.

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Hill, J.

“Was Locke an atomist?”/ James Hill. // IN: Locke studies. – 5 (2005):75-101.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

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Hoffman, P.

“Locke on the locked room” / Paul Hoffman. // IN: Locke studies. ” 5 (2005):57-73.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

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Hopkins, R.

“Molyneux’s question” / Robert Hopkins. // IN: Canadian journal of philosophy. – 35 (2005):441-464.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

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Jacobson, A. J.

“The psychology of philosophy : interpreting Locke and Hume” / Anne J. Jacobson. // IN: Feminist reflections on the history of philosophy / edited by Lilli Alanen and Charlotte Witt. – New York ; Boston ; Dordrecht ; London : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©2005. – (The new Synthese historical library ; vol. 55). – p. 153-170.

Jolley, N.

Leibniz / Nicholas Jolley. – London ; New York : Routledge, 2005. – xii, 260 p. – (Routledge philosophers)

See esp. Ch. 4, “Mind, knowledge and ideas” (p. 93-124)

Jones, J.-E.

“Boyle, classification and the workmanship of the understanding thesis” / Jan-Erik Jones. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 43 (2005):171-183.

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Kort, E. D.

“Stillingfleet and Locke on substance, essence, and articles of faith” / E.D. Kort. // IN: Locke studies. – 5 (2005):149-178.

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Krüger, L.

“Was John Locke an empiricist?” – See entry for German article (1970)

Kulvicki, J.

“Perceptual content, information, and the primary/secondary quality distinction” / John Kulvicki. // IN: Philosophical studies (Oslo). – 122;no. 2 (Jan. 2005):103-131.

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Lowe, E. J.

Locke / E.J. Lowe. – London ; New York : Routledge, 2005. – xiii, 220 p.

ISBN 0-415-28347-7; 0-415-28348-5 (pbk.)

Reviews: J. Hill, LS 6 (2006):211-218; W. E. Morris, Phil.Bks. 49 (2008):48-50.

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MacIntosh, J. J.

“Boyle and Locke on observation, testimony, demonstration and experience” / J.J. MacIntosh. // IN: Croatian journal of philosophy. – 5 (2005):275-288.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

Unverified.

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McKinnon, R.

“Dismantling the straw man : an analysis of the arguments of Hume and Berkeley against Locke’s doctrine of abstract ideas” / Rhys McKinnon. // IN: Sorites. – 16 (2005):38-45.

Available online at: http://www.sorites.org/Issue_16/mckinnon.htm.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

Megill, J.

“Locke’s mysterianism : on the unsolvability of the mind-body problem” / Jason Megill. // IN: Locke studies. – 5 (2005):119-147.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

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Milton, J. R.

“John Locke, An essay concerning human understanding” / J.R. Milton. // IN: Central works of philosophy / edited by John Shand. – Chesham : Acumen Publishing, 2005. – vol. 2, The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries:115-136.

Also published: Montreal ; Ithaca : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005.

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Mishori, D.

“Subjective justifications : introspective arguments in empiricism : controversies and subjectivity” / Daniel Mishori. // IN: Controversies and subjectivity / edited by Pierluigi Barrotta, Marcelo Dascal. – Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins, 2005. – (Controversies ; vol. 1). – p. 251-262.

Monares, A.

Reforma e ilustración : los teólogos que construyeron la modernidad / Andrés Monares. – 1a ed. – Santiago de Chile : Universidad Boliviana, 2005. – 201 p.

See “Racionalismo providencial puritano de John Locke: Del entendimiento corrupto al ascetismo materialista y la teocracia utilitaria”

Unverified.

Moural, J.

“Kognitivní psychologie a Lockův podíl na utvářeni novověké filosofie” = “Cognitive psychology and Locke’s contribution to the formation of modern philosophy” / Josef Moural. // IN: Filosofický časopis. – 53 (2005):23-32.

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Müller, S.

“Ende der Arbeit und ‘labour of thought’ : zur Bestimmung humanen Arbeitens in der Philosophie der Neuzeit” / Severin Müller. // IN: Synthesis philosophica. – 20 (2005):425-441.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

Munz, V. & Neumer, K. (eds.)

Sprache - Denken - Nation : Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte von Locke bis zur Moderne / Volker Munz, Katalin Neumer (Hg.). – Wien : Passagen, 2005. – 258 p. – (Studien zur Moderne ; 23)

ISBN 3-8516-5647-4.

Unverified.

Nelson, M. T.

“Loving attention : a realist, projectivist theory of value” / Mark T. Nelson. // IN: Religious studies. – 41 (2005):415-433.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

Palkoska, J.

“Lockovy nominální esence : ideje nebo kvality?” = “Locke’s nominal essences : ideas or qualities?” / Jan Palkoska. // IN: Filosofický časopis. – 53 (2005):33-50.

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Phillips, J.

“Salvaging Locke’s self” / James Phillips. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, and psychology. – 12 (2005):349-354.

Response to Schechtman, “Personal identity and the past” (2005)

Abstract: PhI 2006.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke, Platón a platonismus” = “Locke, Plato and platonism” / John Rogers ; translation, Petr Glombíček. // IN: Filosofický časopis. – 53 (2005):7-21.

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Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke, therapy, and analysis” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: Analytic philosophy and history of philosophy / edited by Tom Sorell and G.A.J. Rogers. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2005. – (Mind Association occasional series). – p. 161-177.

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Roux, L.

“Locke, être et savoir” / L. Roux. // IN: Bulletin de la Société d’études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. – 61 (2005):113-126.

Unverified.

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Salvatico, L.

“Locke y la noción de ‘ciencia perfecta de los cuerpos naturales’ ” / Luis Salvatico. // IN: Discusiones filosóficas. – 6:no 9 (2005):29-41.

Unverified.

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Santas, A.

“Taking care of things : substance, machine, and organism in early modern thought” / Aristotelis Santas. // IN: Philosophical inquiry. – 27:no. 3/4 (summer-fall 2005):15-26.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

Unverified.

Santi, R.

“The invention of self in Locke and Hobbes” / Raffaella Santi. // IN: Dalhousie review. – 85 (2005):249-256.

Schechtman, M.

“Community, consciousness, and dynamic self-understanding” / Marya Schechtman. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, and psychology. – 12 (2005):27-29.

Response to comments by Gillett and Heinimaa (see next item).

Schechtman, M.

“Personal identity and the past” / Marya Schechtman. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, and psychology. – 12 (2005):9-22.

See also comments by Gillett, “Schechtman’s narrative account of identity” and Heinimaa, “Past personal identity” and Schechtman’s reply, “Community, consciousness, and dynamic self-understanding”; by Phillips, “Salvaging Locke’s self” (2005); and by Beck, “The misunderstandings of the self-understanding view” (2013) [with a response by Schechtman and a reply by Beck].

Abstract: PhI 2006.

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Seigel, J.

The idea of the self : thought and experience in Western Europe since the seventeenth century / Jerrold Seigel. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005.

See Ch. 3, “Personal identity and modern selfhood : Locke” (p. 87-110)

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Serrano, G.

“Razón y experiencia en Locke” / Gonzalo Serrano. // IN: Discusiones filosóficas. – 6:no 9 (2005):9-28.

Unverified.

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Simonutti, L.

“Liberté, volonté, responsabilité : Faust Socin, Gerhard Johannes Vossius et les arminiens de Hollande” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: Astérion. – 3 (2005); posted online 12 September 2005.

Available online at: http://journals.openedition.org/asterion/412 [viewed 26 November 2018]

Sina, M.

“Machina-machine negli scritti filosofici di John Locke” / Mario Sina. // IN: Machina : Machina : XI Colloquio internazionale : Roma, 8-10 gennaio 2004 : atti / a cura di Marco Veneziani. – [Firenze] : L. S. Olschki, 2005. – (Lessico intellettuale europeo ; 98). – p. 346-364.

Unverified.

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Reprinted in: Studi su John Locke (2015), pages 233-253.

Smith, A. D.

“Natural kind terms : a neo-Lockean theory” / A.D. Smith. // IN: European journal of philosophy. – 13 (2005):70-88.

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Soles, D.

“Locke’s account of natural philosophy” / David Soles. // IN: Southwest philosophy review. – 21 (2005):1-23.

Unverified.

Springbord, P.

Mary Astell, theorist of freedom from domination / Patricia Springborg. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005. – xix, 372 p.

See esp. “Astell and the Port Royal school” (p. 90-96), “Astell’s critique of Locke’s epistemology” (p. 96-102), “Astell, Descartes, Stillingfleet and Locke on ideas and extension” (p. 102-107), “Astell’s critique of Locke’s psychology and politics” (p. 107-110), “Astell’s critique of Locke on thinking matter” (p. 111-112), “Hobbes, Locke and contractarianism” (p. 122-127), “Mary Astell and the settlement of 1689” (p. 143-163), “Locke, toleration and dissent” (p. 164-169), and “Astell, Locke and the highwayman case : a test case” (p. 187-208)

Tomida, Y.

“Locke’s representationalism without veil” / Yasuhiko Tomida. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 13 (2005):675-696.

Abstract: PhI 2006.

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Reprinted in: (1) The lost paradigm of the theory of ideas / Yashuhiko Tomida (2007). – p. 3-28; and (2) Locke and Kant / edited by Yasuhiko Tomida (2009). – p. 1-24; and (3) Locke, Berkeley, Kant (2012). – p. 23-47.

Tomida, Y.

“ ‘Separation’ of ideas reconsidered : a response to Jonathan Walmsley” / Yasuhiko Tomida. // IN: Locke studies. – 5 (2005):39-56.

Response to Walmsley, “Locke on abstraction” (1999) and “The development of Lockean abstraction” (2000); see the reply by Walmsley, “Locke, ideas and abstraction” (2007)

Abstract: PhI 2006.

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Reprinted in: (1) The lost paradigm of the theory of ideas / Yashuhiko Tomida (2007). – p. 95-110; (2) Locke and Kant / edited by Yasuhiko Tomida (2009). – p. 37-50; and (3) Locke, Berkeley, Kant (2012). – p. 89-104.

Waxman, W.

Kant and the empiricists : understanding understanding / Wayne Waxman. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005.

See Part I, “Locke’s new model philosophy : from the metaphysics of substance to the psychology of human understanding” (p. 117-241)

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Weber, M.

“Über die Vergleichbarkeit metaphysischer Systeme : Der Fall Leibniz kontra Locke” / Marcel Weber. // IN: Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung. – 59 (2005):202-222.

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Woolhouse, R. S.

“Locke and the nature of matter” / Roger S. Woolhouse. // IN: Early modern philosophy : mind, matter, and metaphysics / edited by Christia Mercer and Eileen O’Neill. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005. – p. 127-141.

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