Ainslie, D. C.

“Hume on personal identity” / Donald C. Ainslie. // IN: A companion to Hume / edited by Elisabeth S. Radcliffe. – Maldon, Mass. ; Oxford ; Carlton, Vic. : Blackwell Publishing, 2008. – (Blackwell companions to philosophy). – p. 140-156.

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Allen, K.

“Mechanism, resemblance and secondary qualities : from Descartes to Locke” / Keith Allen. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 16 (2008):273-291.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Allison, H. E.

Custom and reason in Hume : a Kantian reading of the first book of the Treatise / Henry E. Allison. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2008.

See esp. 1, “Hume’s elements” (p. 13-37) – 5, “Hume’s analysis of inductive inference” (p. 112-134) – 7, “Causation, necessary connection, and power” (p. 180-210)

Amatrudo, A.

“Understanding subject(s) : the self as corporation” / Anthony Amatrudo. // IN: Heythrop journal. – 49 (2008):423-441.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Anderson, D. J.

“Susceptibility to punishment : a response to Yaffe” / David J. Anderson. // IN: Locke studies. – 8 (2008):101-106.

Response to Yaffe, “Locke on ideas of identity and diversity” (2007)

Available online: https://doi.org/10.5206/ls.2008.1005

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Andrew, E. & Lindsay, P.

“Are the judgments of conscience unreasonable?” / Edward Andrew and Peter Lindsay. // IN: Critical review of international social and political philosophy. – 11 (2008):235-254.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Aoki, S.

“Descartes and Locke on the nature of matter : a note” / Shigeyuki Aoki. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 75-88.

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Atkins, K.

Narrative identity and moral identity : a practical perspective / Kim Atkins. – New York : Routledge, 2008. – (Routledge studies in contemporary philosophy ; 14)

See 1, “Locke, Hume, and Kant on selfhood” (p. 13-30 [esp. 13-17]) and 4, “The embodied self and narrative identity” (p. 57-79 [esp. 61-64]).

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Ayers, M.

“Locke’s account of abstract ideas–again” / Michael Ayers. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 59-73.

Reply to Walmsley, “Locke on abstraction : a reply to M.R. Ayers” (1999) and “The devlopment of Lockean abstraction” (2000)

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Berkeley, G.

Philosophical writings / George Berkeley ; edited by Desmond M. Clarke. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008. – (Cambridge texts in the history of philosophy)

Billig, M.

The hidden roots of critical psychology : understanding the impact of Locke, Shaftesbury and Reid / Michael Billig. – Los Angeles ; London : SAGE, 2008.

See Ch. 3, “Locke–the father of cognitive psychology” (p. 28-50) and Ch. 4, “Locke’s new way of ideas” (p. 51-72)

ISBN: 978-1-412-94723-7 (hbk.); 978-1-412-94724-4 (pbk.)

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Bolton, M. B.

“Berkeley and mental representation : why not a Lockean theory of ideas?” / Martha Brandt Bolton. // IN: New interpretations of Berkeley’s thought / edited by Stephen H. Daniel. – Amherst, N.Y. : Humanities Books, 2008. – (JHP book series). – p. 77-106.

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Bolton, M. B.

“Intellectual virtue and moral law in Locke’s ethics” / Martha Brandt Bolton. // IN: Contemporary perspectives on early modern philosophy : essays in honor of Vere Chappell / edited by Paul Hoffman, David Owen, and Gideon Yaffe. – Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, 2008. – p. 253-272.

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French translation: “Vertu rationnelle et loi morale dans l’éthique de Locke : avec quelques réflexions sur les Nouveaux Essais” / Martha Brandt Bolton. // IN: Locke et Leibniz : deux styles de rationalité / Martine de Gaudemar, Philippe Hamou (éds.) 2011. – p. 155-172.

Bolton, M. B.

“Locke and Leibniz on the structure of substance and powers : the metaphysics of moral subjects” / Martha Brandt Bolton. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 107-126.

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Candlin, F.

“Touch, and the limits of the rational museum or Can matter think?” / Fiona Candlin. // IN: The senses & society. – 3 (2008):277-292.

Unverified.

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Cicekdagi, C.

Esse est percipi in Berkeley’s book ‘Three dialogues between Hylas and Philonous’ ” / Caner Cicekdagi. // IN: Kaygi : Uludag Universitesi Felsefe Dergisi = Uludag University journal of philosophy. – 10 (2008):115-126.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Unverified.

Coventry, A. & Kriegel, U.

“Locke on consciousness” / Angela Coventry and Uriah Kriegel. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 25 (2008):221-242.

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Downing, L.

“The ‘sensible object’ and the ‘uncertain philosophical cause’ ” / Lisa Downing. // IN: Kant and the early moderns / edited by Daniel Garber and Béatrice Longuenesse. – Princeton ; Oxford : Princeton University Press, ©2008. – p. 100-116.

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Dutrait, F.

“Les questions morales de l’Essai sur l’entendement humain : éthique rationaliste ou morale prudentielle?” / François Dutrait. // IN: Philopsis. – Posted 20 octobre 2008. – 17 pages.

Available online at: http://www.philopsis.fr/spip.php?article172 [viewed 19 August 2018]

Foisneau, L.

“Personal identity and human mortality : Hobbes, Locke, Leibniz” / Luc Foisneau. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 89-105.

Based on “Identité personnelle et mortalité humaine” (2004)

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Gaukroger, S.

“Physico-theology and the construction of a new world picture, 1680-1700” / Stephen Gaukroger. – Paper delivered at the Medicine, Theology and Empiricism Workshop, University of Sydney, May 30, 2008.

Grosholz, E. R.

“Locke, Leibniz, and Hume on form and experience” / Emily R. Grosholz. // IN: Leibniz : what kind of rationalist? / edited by Marcelo Dascal. – [Dordrecht] : Springer, 2008. – (Logic, epistemology, and the unity of science ; vol. 13). – p. 167-182.

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French translation: “Locke et Leibniz sur la forme et sur l’expérience” / Emily Grosholz. // IN: Locke et Leibniz : deux styles de rationalité / Martine de Gaudemar, Philippe Hamou (éds.) 2011. – p. 93-108.

Guyer, P.

“Kant’s transcendental idealism and the limits of knowledge : Kant’s alternative to Locke’s physiology” / Paul Guyer. // IN: Kant and the early moderns / edited by Daniel Garber and Béatrice Longuenesse. – Princeton ; Oxford : Princeton University Press, ©2008. – p. 79-99.

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Hamou, P.

“Enthousiasme et nature humaine : à propos d’une lettre de Locke à Damaris Cudworth” / Philippe Hamou. // IN: Revue de métaphysique et de morale. – 2008:no. 3:337-350.

Unverified.

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Hight, M. A.

Idea and ontology : an essay in early modern metaphysics of ideas / Marc A. Hight. – University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©2008.

See 4, “Locke” (p. 79-115)

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Hill, B.

“Locke on propositions and assertions” / Benjamin Hill. // IN: The modern schoolman. – 85 (2008):187-205.

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Hill, B.

“The reverse Achilles in Locke : further to Part I of Schachter’s ‘Locke and the Achilles argument’ ” / Benjamin Hill. // IN: The Achilles of rationalist psychology / edited by Thomas M. Lennon, Robert J. Stainton. – [Dordrecht ; London] : Springer, ©2008. – (Studies in the history of philosophy of mind ; vol. 7). – p. 133-137.

Comment on J.-P. Schachter, “Locke and the Achilles argument” (2008)

Hutton, S.

“Some thoughts concerning Ralph Cudworth” / Sarah Hutton. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 143-157.

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Irwin, T.

The development of ethics : a historical and critical study / Terence Irwin. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007-2008.

See vol. 2, From Suarez to Rousseau (2008), ch. 41, “Locke and natural law” (p. 264-283)

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Jacovides, M.

“Lockean fluids.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Janiak, A.

Newton as philosopher / Andrew Janiak. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008. – xii, 196 p. (passim)

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Jolley, N.

“Lockean abstractionism versus cartesian nativism” / Nicholas Jolley. // IN: Contemporary perspectives on early modern philosophy : essays in honor of Vere Chappell / edited by Paul Hoffman, David Owen, and Gideon Yaffe. – Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, 2008. – p. 157-171.

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Reprinted in: Causality and mind (2013), pages 199-213.

Jordan, M. C.

“Locke on ‘substance in general’ ” / Matthew Carey Jordan. // IN: Sorites = Σωρίτης : an international electronic magazine of analytical philosophy. – 20 (2008):8-26.

Available online at: http://www.sorites.org/Issue_20/jordan.htm [viewed 19 April 2009]

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Kaufman, D.

“The resurrection of the same body and the ontological status of organisms : what Locke should have (and could have) told Stillingfleet” / Dan Kaufman. // IN: Contemporary perspectives on early modern philosophy : essays in honor of Vere Chappell / edited by Paul Hoffman, David Owen, and Gideon Yaffe. – Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, 2008. – p. 191-214.

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Kim, H-K.

“Locke and the mind-body problem : an interpretation of his agnosticism” / Han-Kyul Kim. // IN: Philosophy. – 83 (2008):439-458.

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Klever, W.

John Locke (1632-1704)–vermomde en miskende Spinozist : rapport van een historisch onderzoek / Wim Klever. – “Vrijstad” : privately published, 2008. – 105 p.

Second edution (with minor corrections), 2010.

Unverified.

Abridged English version: Locke’s disguised Spinozism / Wim Klever. – Available online at: http://www.benedictusdespinoza.nl/lit/Locke's_Disguised_Spinozism.pdf [viewed 7 April 2010]

Italian translation: Il dissimulato Spinozismo di Locke / Wim Klever ; traduzione italiana di Cinzia Carantoni ; editing di Giovanni Croce e Paola Teresa Grassi (per le note). – Prima edizione. – [Place of publication not identified] : Foglio Spinoziano, 2012. – 140 p. – ISBN 978-1-291-19917-8. Unverified.

Kolak, D.

“Room for a view : on the metaphysical subject of personal identity” / Daniel Kolak. // IN: Synthese. – 162 (2008):341-372.

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Kramnick, J. B.

“Locke’s desire.” – See entry for original publication (1999)

Lähteenmäki, V.

“The sphere of experience in Locke : the relations between reflection, consciousness, and ideas” / Vili Lähteenmäki. // IN: Locke studies. – 8 (2008):59-100.

Available online: https://doi.org/10.5206/ls.2008.1002

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Leibniz, G. W.

Préface aux Nouveaux essais sur l’entendement humain / Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz ; dossier et notes réalisés par Pierre Parlant ; lecture d’image par Arno Bertina. – Paris : Gallimard, 2008. – 122 p. – (Folio plus philosophie ; 130)

ISBN 978-2-07-035517-4.

Unverified.

Li, M.

Power and goodness : Leibniz, Locke and modern philosophy / by Meng Li. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Chicago, 2008. – 2 vols. (v, 392 leaves).

Unverified.

LoLordo, A.

“Locke’s problem concerning perceptual error” / Antonia Lolordo. // IN: Philosophy and phenomenological research. – 77 (2008):705-724.

Love, R. S.

The Enlightenment / Ronald S. Love. – Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2008. – (Greenwood guides to historic events, 1500-1900)

See “Science and the triumph of reason : Newton, Locke, and a new philosophy”

Unverified.

Mander, W. J.

The philosophy of John Norris / W. J. Mander. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008. – x, 217 p.

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McCann, E.

“Identity, essentialism, and the substance of body in Locke” / Edwin McCann. // IN: Contemporary perspectives on early modern philosophy : essays in honor of Vere Chappell / edited by Paul Hoffman, David Owen, and Gideon Yaffe. – Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, 2008. – p. 173-190.

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Moore, T.

“Locke–an empiricist?” / Terence Moore. // IN: Think. – 7:issue 20 (winter 2008):97-104.

Mosser, K.

Necessity & possibility : the logical strategy of Kant’s Critique of pure reason / Kurt Mosser. – Washington, DC : Catholic University of America Press, 2008.

See “The ectypal model” (p. 10-18)

Naylor, A.

“Personal identity un-Locke-ed” / Andrew Naylor. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 45 (2008):387-396.

Abstract: PhI 2009.

Unverified.

Nuovo, V.

“Aspects of Stoicism in Locke’s philosophy” / Victor Nuovo. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 1-25.

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Reprinted as Chapter 8 of Christianity, antiquity, and enlightenment (2011).

Nuovo, V.

“Reflections on Locke’s Platonism” / Victor Nuovo. // IN: Platonism at the origins of modernity : studies on Platonism and early modern philosophy / edited by Douglas Hedley and Sarah Hutton. – Dordrecht, Netherlands : Springer, ©2008. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 196). – p. 207-223.

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Reprinted as Chapter 7 of Christianity, antiquity, and enlightenment (2011).

Ott, W.

“Locke on language” / Walter Ott. // IN: Philosophy compass. – 3 (2008):291-300.

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Owen, D.

“Locke on sensitive knowledge” / David Owen. – Unpublished paper, December 2008.

Available online at: http://davidowencourses.arizona.edu/David's%20Papers/SensKn2.docx (viewed on 2 August 2017)

Parmentier, M.

“L’escompte du futur dans le débat Locke-Leibniz“ / par Marc Parmentier. // IN: Studia Leibnitiana. — 40 (2008):72-91.

Parmentier, M.

Leibniz-Locke, une intrigue philosophique : les Nouveaux essais sur l'entendement humain / Marc Parmentier. – Paris : Presses de l’université Paris-Sorbonne, ©2008. – 283 pages. – (Expériences & raisons)

Rickless, S. C.

“Is Locke’s theory of knowledge inconsistent?” / Samuel C. Rickless. // IN: Philosophy and phenomenological research. – 77 (2008):83-104.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

See the comment by Rockwood, “Is sensitive knowledge knowledge?” (2013)

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke and the creation of the Essay” / G. A. J. Rogers. // IN: Contemporary perspectives on early modern philosophy : essays in honor of Vere Chappell / edited by Paul Hoffman, David Owen, and Gideon Yaffe. – Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, 2008. – p. 141-155.

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Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke, Plato and Platonism” / G. A. J. Rogers. // IN: Platonism at the origins of modernity : studies on Platonism and early modern philosophy / edited by Douglas Hedley and Sarah Hutton. – Dordrecht, Netherlands : Springer, ©2008. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 196). – p. 193-205.

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Russell, G.

“Teaching and learning guide for the analytic/synthetic distinction” / Gillian Russell. // IN: Philosophy compass. – 3 (2008):273-276.

Accompanies “The analytical/synthetic distinction” / Gillian Russell. // IN: Philosophy compass. – 2 (2007):712-729.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Unverified.

Russell, P.

The riddle of Hume’s Treatise : skepticism, naturalism, and irreligion / Paul Russell. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008. – xvi, 424 p. (passim)

Schaar, M. van der.

“Locke and Arnauld on judgment and proposition” / Maria van der Schaar. // IN: History and philosophy of logic. – 29 (2008):327-341.

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Schachter, J.-P.

“Locke and the Achilles argument” / Jean-Pierre Schachter. // IN: The Achilles of rationalist psychology / edited by Thomas M. Lennon, Robert J. Stainton. – [Dordrecht ; London] : Springer, ©2008. – (Studies in the history of philosophy of mind ; vol. 7). – p. 115-131.

See reply by B. Hill, “The reverse Achilles in Locke” (2008)

Scharp, K.

“Locke’s theory of reflection” / Kevin Scharp. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 16 (2008):25-63.

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Schumacher, B. N.

“La personne comme conscience de soi performante au coeur du débat bioéthique : analyse critique de la position to John Locke” / Bernard N. Schumacher. // IN: Laval théologique et philosophique. – 64 (2008):709-743.

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New

Schumacher, R.

“Locke on the intentionality of sensory ideas” / Ralph Schumacher. // IN: Theories of perception in medieval and early modern philosophy / edited by Simo Knuuttila and Pekka Kärkkäinen. – Dordrecht : Springer, ©2008. – (Studies in the history of philosophy of mind ; vol. 6). – p. 271-283.

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Schuurman, P.

“Vision in God and thinking matter : Locke’s epistemological agnosticism used against Malebranche and Stillingfleet” / Paul Schuurman. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 177-193.

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Serjeantson, R. W.

“ ‘Human understanding’ and the genre of Locke’s Essay” / R. W. Serjeantson. // IN: Intellectual history review. – 18 (2008):157-171.

DOI 10.1080/17496970802124544

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Shwayder, D.

Statement and referent : an inquiry into the foundations of our conceptual order / David Shwayder. – Stanford, Calif. : CSLI Publications, ©2008. – (CSLI lecture notes ; no. 181).

See ch. 13, “On the characterization of predicables” (p. 514-587)

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Silver, S. R.

“Locke’s pineapple and the history of taste” / Sean R. Silver. // IN: The eighteenth century. – 49 (2008):43-65.

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Sina, M.

“ ‘Natural’ and ‘supernatural’ negli scritti di John Locke” / Mario Sina. // IN: Natura : XII Colloquio internazionale, Roma, 4-6 gennaio 2007 / atti a cura di Delfina Giovannozzi, Marco Veneziani. – Firenze : L. S. Olschki, 2008. – (Lessico intellettuale europeo ; 105). – pages 409-424.

Unverified.

Reprinted in: Studi su John Locke (2015), pages 255-271.

Spector, J.

“The grounds of moral agency : Locke’s account of personal identity” / J. Spector. // IN: Journal of moral philosophy. – 5 (2008):256-281.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Unverified.

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Stokes, P.

“Locke, Kierkegaard and the phenomenology of personal identity” / Patrick Stokes. // IN: International journal of philosophical studies. – 16 (2008):645-672.

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Stuart, M.

“Lockean operations” / Matthew Stuart. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 16 (2008):511-533.

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Sturgeon, S.

“Reason and the grain of belief” / Scott Sturgeon. // IN: Noûs. – 42 (2008):139-165.

Thomson, A.

Bodies of thought : science, religion, and the soul in the early Enlightenment / Ann Thomson. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008.

See esp. “The problems of mechanism” (p. 44-58)

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Tomida, Y.

“Locke’s ‘things themselves’ and Kant’s ‘things in themselves’ : the naturalistic basis of transcendental idealism” / Yasuhiko Tomida. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 261-275.

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A corrected version included in: Locke and Kant / edited by Yasuhiko Tomida (2009). – p. 51-70; and in Locke, Berkeley, Kant (2012). – p. 177-196.

New

Uzgalis, W. L.

“Locke and Collins, Clarke and Butler, on successive persons” / William L. Uzgalis. // IN: Personal identity / edited by John Perry. – 2nd edition. – Berkeley : University of California Press, 2008.

Unverified.

Vicari, G.

Beyond conceptual dualism : ontology of consciousness, mental causation, and holism in John R. Searle’s philosophy of mind / Giuseppe Vicari ; guest foreword by John R. Searle ; editorial foreword by Francesc Forn i Argimon. – Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2008. – (Value inquiry book series ; vol. 196)

See “Return to the roots of the desubstantialization of mind : the mind-body problem in John Locke’s philosophy” (p. 25-33)

Vickers, J. E.

Invocation and assent : the making and remaking of Trinitarian theology. – See entry in Chapter 5.

Vogt, P.

John Locke and the rhetoric of modernity / Philip Vogt. – Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, ©2008. – xiv, 197 p.

ISBN 978-0-739-12356-0.

Review: S. D. Sutton, “Un-locking Locke” (2009).

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Walmsley, J.

“Sydenham and the development of Locke’s natural philosophy.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Weinberg, S.

“The coherence of consciousness in Locke’s Essay” / Shelley Weinberg. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 25 (2008):21-39.

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Wilson, C.

Epicureanism at the origins of modernity / Catherine Wilson. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2008.

See esp. pp. 150-155, 204-221.

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Wilson, F.

The external world and our knowledge of it : Hume’s critical realism, an exposition and a defence / Fred Wilson. – Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, ©2008.

See “How thought becomes general : abstract ideas, images, learning, and rules of language” (p. 69-88)

Winkler, K.

“Locke’s defence of mathematical physics.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Yang, D.

“Representationalism and the linguistic question in early modern philosophy” / Yang Dachun. // IN: Frontiers of philosophy in China. – 3 (2008):595-606.

Translated by Cui Zengbao and Yang Dachun from Zhexue yanjiu = Philosophical research. – 8 (2007):62-67.

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