Anstey, P. R.

“The experimental history of the understanding from Locke to Sterne” / Peter R. Anstey. // IN: Eighteenth-century thought. – 4 (2009):143-169.

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Antognazza, M. R.

Leibniz : an intellectual biography / Maria Rosa Antognazza. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009.

See “Reading Locke” (p. 406-418)

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Bauman, W.

Theology, creation, and environmental ethics : from creatio ex nihilo to terra nullius / Whitney Bauman. – London ; New York : Routledge, 2009.

See Ch. 4, “The cogito, ex nihilo, and the legacy of John Locke”

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Boeri, M. D.

“Formación de ideas, razón universal y auto-conservación : sobre algunos ingredientes estoicos en el pensamiento de John Locke” / Marcelo D. Boeri. // IN: En el nombre de Dios : razón natural y revolución burguesa en la obra de John Locke / Eduardo Rinesi (editor). — p. 79-126.

Borkowska, E.

But he talked of the temple of man’s body : Blake’s revelation un-locked / by Eliza Borkowska. – Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, ©2009. – vii, 289 p.

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Bostock, D.

Philosophy of mathematics : an introduction / David Bostock. – Chichester, West Sussex ; Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.

See “Locke, Berkeley, Hume” (p. 38-43)

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Brun, C.

“Le corpuscularisme de Boyle et la distinction de qualités dans l’epistemologie de Locke” / Cédric Brun. // IN: La philosophie naturelle de Robert Boyle / édité par Myriam Dennehy et Charles Ramond. – Paris : J. Vrin, 2009. – (Analyse et philosophie). – p. 259-276.

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Capozzi, M. & Roncaglia, G.

“Logic and philosophy of logic from humanism to Kant” / Mirella Capozzi and Gino Roncaglia. // IN: The development of modern logic / edited by Leila Haaparanta. — Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009. — p. 78-158.

See 6, “The emergence of a logic of cognitive faculties” (p. 103-106)

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Chottin, M.

“L’aveugle aux bâtons face à l’aveugle de Molyneux : le rationalisme à l’épreuve de l’empirisme” / Marion Chottin. // IN: L’aveugle et le philosophe, ou, Comment la cécité donne à penser / sous la direction de Marion Chottin. – Paris : Publications de la Sorbonne, 2009. – (Série Philosophie / Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne ; 25). – pages 83-106.

Corneanu, S.

“Locke on the study of nature” / S. Corneanu. // IN: Branching off : the early modern quest for the unity of knowledge / Vlad Alexandrescu [ed.]. – Bucharest : Zeta Books, 2009. – (Foundations of modern thought ; vol. 1). – p. 187-207.

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Dempsey, L. P.

“Thinking-matter then and now : the evolution of mind-body dualism” / Liam P. Dempsey. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 26 (2009):43-61.

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Downing, L.

“Locke : the primary and secondary quality distinction” / Lisa Downing. // IN: The Routledge companion to metaphysics / edited by Robin Le Poidevin [and others]. – London ; New York : Routledge, 2009. – p. 98-108.

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Ducheyne, S.

“The flow of influence : from Newton to Locke … and back” / by Steffen Ducheyne. // IN: Rivista di storia della filosofia. – 64 (2009):245-268.

Ducheyne, S.

“ ‘Newtonian’ elements in Locke, Hume, and Reid : or, How far can one stretch a label?” / Steffen Ducheyne. // IN: Enlightenment and dissent. – 25 (2009):62-105.

Dunlop, K.

“ ‘The unity of time’s measure’ : Kant’s reply to Locke” / Katherine Dunlop. // IN: Philosopher’s imprint. – 9:no. 4 (June 2009). – 31 p.

Available online at: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/p/pod/dod-idx?c=phimp;idno=3521354.0009.004 [viewed 29 August 2009]

Abstract: PhI 2009.

Fairer, D.

Organising poetry : the Coleridge circle, 1690-1698 / David Fairer. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.

See esp. ch. 2, “Organic constitutions : identity” (p. 33-57)

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Foley, R.

“Beliefs, degrees of belief, and the Lockean thesis” / Richard Foley. // IN: Degrees of belief / edited by Franz Huber, Christoph Schmidt-Petri. – Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2009. – (Synthese library : studies in epistemology, logic, methadology, and philosophy of science ; vol. 342). – p. 37-47.

Frankel, L.

“Masham and Locke : reason, religion and education : commentary" / by Lois Frankel. // IN: An unconventional history of Western philosophy : conversations between men and women philosophers (2009). – p. 245-255.

Garrett, D.

“Descartes, Spinoza, and Locke on extended thinking beings” / Don Garrett. // IN: Topics in early modern philosophy of mind / edited by Jon Miller. – [Dordrecht, The Netherlands] : Springer, ©2009. – (Studies in the history of philosophy of mind ; vol. 9). – p. 85-104.

Gaukroger, S.

“The role of natural philosophy in the development of Locke’s empiricism” / Stephen Gaukroger. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 17 (2009):55-83.

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Gendler, T. S.

“Personal identity and metaphysics” / Tamar Szabó Gendler. // IN: The Oxford handbook of philosophy of mind / edited by Brian P. McLaughlin with Ansgar Beckermann and Sven Walter. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2009. – (Oxford handbooks in philosophy). – p. 578-591.

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Grigoropoulou, V.

“Desire and will : the sentient and conscious self in Locke and Rousseau” / Vasiliki Grigoropoulou. // IN: Rousseau and desire / edited by Mark Blackell, John Duncan, and Simon Kow. – Toronto ; Buffalo, London : University of Toronto Press, ©2009. – pages 85-103.

Hamou, P.

“Introduction.” // IN: Essai philosophique concernant l’entendement humain / John Locke ; traduction par Pierre Coste; éstablissement du texte, présentation, dossier et notes par Philippe Hamou (2009). – p. 7-60.

Hamou, P.

“Philosopher dans les marges de l’Essai : Pierre Coste, traducteur et critique de Locke” / Ph. Hamou. // IN: Essai philosophique concernant l’entendement humain / John Locke ; traduction par Pierre Coste; éstablissement du texte, présentation, dossier et notes par Philippe Hamou (2009). – p. 1041-1053.

Harris, J. A.

“Innateness in British philosophy, c. 1750-1820” / James A. Harris. // IN: Eighteenth-century thought. – 4 (2009):203-228.

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Hawthorne, J.

“The Lockean thesis and the logic of belief” / James Hawthorne. // IN: Degrees of belief / edited by Franz Huber, Christoph Schmidt-Petri. – Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2009. – (Synthese library : studies in epistemology, logic, methadology, and philosophy of science ; vol. 342). – p. 49-74.

Hill, J.

“Primary qualities, secondary qualities and Locke’s impulse principle” / James Hill. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 17 (2009):85-98.

Abstract: PhI 2009.

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Kelly, D.

“The propriety of liberty and the quality of responsible agency.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Kemmerling, A.

“Descartes und Locke über Personen und ihre transtemporale Identität” / Andreas Kemmerling ; Kommentar, Sarah Tietz. – Paper delivered at the workshop “Lockes Philosophie des Geistes und der Sprache,” Humboldt Universität Berlin, 27 February 2009.

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Klever, W.

Locke’s disguised Spinozism. – See entry for original version in Dutch.

Kochiras, H.

“Gravity and Newton’s substance counting problem” / Hylarie Kochiras. // IN: Studies in history and philosophy of science. – 40 (2009):267-280.

Krupp, A.

Reason’s children : childhood in early modern philosophy / Anthony Krupp. – Lewisburg : Bucknell University Press, ©2009. – (The Bucknell studies in eighteenth-century literature and culture)

See 2, “Locke and Leibniz : understanding children” (p. 49-79) and ch. 3, “Locke : children’s language and the fate of changelings” (p. 80-106)

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New

Lähteenmäki, V.

“Cudworth on types of consciousness” / Vili Lähteenmäki. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 18 (2010):9-34.

Leary, N.

“How essentialists misunderstand Locke” / Nigel Leary. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 26 (2009):273-292.

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Lent, A. C.

“What’s in it for me? : Butler’s complaint against Collins” / Alfred C. Lent. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 17 (2009):333-349.M.duv

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Lenz, M.

“Lockes Sprachkonzeption als sozialer Externalismus” / Martin Lenz. – Paper delivered at the workshop “Lockes Philosophie des Geistes und der Sprache,” Humboldt Universität Berlin, 27 February 2009.

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Look, B. C.

“Leibniz and Locke on natural kinds” / Brandon C. Look. // IN: Branching off : the early modern quest for the unity of knowledge / Vlad Alexandrescu [ed.]. – Bucharest : Zeta Books, 2009. – (Foundations of modern thought ; vol. 1). – p. 380-409.

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Lottenbach, H.

“Lazy lethargy and fullness of joy : Locke on desire and happiness” / Hans Lottenbach. // IN: Locke studies. – 9 (2009):97-122.

Available online: https://doi.org/10.5206/ls.2009.903

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Lotti, B.

“Il linguaggio come strumento in Locke” / Brunello Lotti. // IN: Per Teresa : studi e richerche in ricordo di Teresa Ferro. – Udine : Forum, ©2009. – vol. 1, Dentro e oltre i confini / a cura di Giampaolo Borghello, pages 419-451.

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Mabille, L.

Nietzsche and the Anglo-Saxon tradition / Louise Mabille. – London ; New York : Continuum, ©2009. – (Continuum studies in Continental philosophy)

See ch. 3, “Locke, life, language” (p. 50-71)

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Markovits, F.

“Une figure paradoxale des Lumières : l’aveugle” / Francine Markovits. // IN: L’aveugle et le philosophe, ou, Comment la cécité donne à penser / sous la direction de Marion Chottin. – Paris : Publications de la Sorbonne, 2009. – (Série Philosophie / Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne ; 25). – pages 43-61.

Moore, T.

“Locke’s parrot” / Terence Moore. // IN: Think. – 8:issue 23 (autumn 2009):35-44.

Newman, L.

“Ideas, pictures, and the directness of perception in Descartes and Locke” / Lex Newman. // IN: Philosophy compass. – 4 (2009):134-154.

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O’Brien, K.

Women and enlightenment in eighteenth-century Britain / Karen O’Brien. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009. – viii, 310 p.

See Ch. 1, “Anglican Whig feminism in England, 1690-1760 : self-love, reason, and social benevolence.” (p. 35-67)

Ott, W.

Causation and laws of nature in early modern philosophy / Walter Ott. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.

See ch. 19, “Locke on relations”, ch. 20, “Locke on powers”, and ch. 21, “Locke’s mechanisms”

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Pereboom, D.

“Consciousness and introspective inaccuracy” / Derk Pereboom. // IN: Metaphysics and the good : themes from the philosophy of Robert Merrihew Adams / edited by Samual Newlands and Larry M. Jorgensen. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009. – p. 156-187.

Quinney, L.

William Blake on self and soul / Laura Quinney. – Cambridge, Mass. ; London, England : Harvard University Press, 2009.

See esp. p. 4-46, 66-84, 168-169.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“John Locke and the limits of scientia” / G. A. J. Rogers. // IN: Scientia in early modern philosophy : seventeenth-century thinkers on demonstrative knowledge from first principles / edited by Tom Sorell, G.A.J. Rogers and Jill Kraye. – Dordrecht, Netherlands ; New York, N.Y. : Springer Verlag, ©2009. – (Studies in history and philosophy of science ; vol. 24). – p. 129-136.

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Ryan, T.

Pierre Bayle’s Cartesian metaphysics : rediscovering early modern philosophy / Todd Ryan. – New York ; London : Routledge, 2009. – (Routledge studies in seventeenth-century philosophy ; 11)

See 3, “Critique of Lockean superaddition” (p. 50-62)

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Schaar, M. van der.

“Locke on knowledge and the cognitive act” / Maria van der Schaar. // IN: Grazer philosophische Studien. – 78 (2009):1-15.

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Schieber, J.

“Locke on testimony : a reexamination” / Joseph Shieber. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 26 (2009):21-41.

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Smith, J.

“Charity education and the spectacle of ‘Christian entertainment’.” – See entry in Chapter 4.

Smith, J. E. H.

“ ‘Cranklings and turnings about’ : the relation of physiology to theory of action in Willis, Spinoza, Tyson, and Locke” / Justin E. H. Smith. – Paper delivered at the Embodied Empiricism Workshop, University of Sydney, February 22, 2009.

Stapleford, S.

“Locke on sensitive knowledge as knowledge” / by Scott Stapleford. // IN: Theoria. – 75 (2009):206-231.

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Stark, R. J.

Rhetoric, science, & magic in seventeenth-century England / Ryan J. Stark. – Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, ©2009.

See “Thomas Sprat’s and John Locke’s arguments against bewitching rhetoric” (p. 48-58)

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Sutton, S. D.

“Un-locking Locke : history, rhetoric, and modernity.” – See entry in Chapter 2.

Takenaka, Y. & Tomida, Y.

“Locke’s naturalism reconsidered : from the viewpoint of modern microphysics” / Yoshiko Takenaka and Yasuhiko Tomida. // IN: Locke and Kant / edited by Yasuhiko Tomida (2009). – p. 25-35.

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Reprinted in: Locke, Berkeley, Kant (2012). – p. 199-209.

Taylor, E. D.

Reason and religion in Clarissa : Samuel Richardson and “the famous Mr. Norris, of Bemerton” / E. Derek Taylor. – Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Publishing, ©2009. – 171 p.

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Thiel, U.

“Locke über Bewusstsein und Reflexion” / Udo Thiel ; Kommentar, Stephan Schmid. – Paper delivered at the workshop “Lockes Philosophie des Geistes und der Sprache,” Humboldt Universität Berlin, 27 February 2009.

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Thomas, J.

The minds of the moderns : rationalism, empiricism and philosophy of mind / Janice Thomas. – Montreal ; Kingston ; Ithaca : McGill-Queen’s University Press, ©2009.

See section IV, “Locke” (p. 139-180)

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Tomida, Y. (ed.)

Locke and Kant : a report of the JSPS scientific research 2005-2008 / edited by Yasuhiko Tomida. – [Kyoto] : Kyoto University, 2009. – xii, 72 p.

Also: Revised edition, 2009.

Contains: Essay 1, “Locke’s representationalism without veil” / Yasuhiko Tomida [reprint] – Essay 2, “Locke’s naturalism reconsidered : from the viewpoint of modern microphysics” / Yoshiko Takenaka and Yaqsuhiko Tomida – Essay 3, “ ‘Separation’ of ideas reconsidered : a response to Jonathan Walmsley” / Yasuhiko Tomida [reprint] – Essay 4, “Locke’s ‘things themselves’ and Kant’s ‘things in themselves’ : the naturalistic basis of transcendental idealism” [corrected version].

Tunstall, K. E.

“L’aveugle qui suit l’aveugle qui suit l’aveugle qui suit l’aveugle : la philosophie intertextuelle de la Lettre sur les aveugles” / Kate E. Tunstall. // IN: L’aveugle et le philosophe, ou, Comment la cécité donne à penser / sous la direction de Marion Chottin. – Paris : Publications de la Sorbonne, 2009. – (Série Philosophie / Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne ; 25). – pages 63-81.

Uzgalis, W.

“Anthony Collins on the emergence of consciousness and personal identity” / William Uzgalis. // IN: Philosophy compass. – 4 (2009):363-379.

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Ward, L.

“Locke on punishment, property and moral knowledge.” – See entry in Chaptr 7.

Warren, K. J. (ed.)

An unconventional history of Western philosophy : conversations between men and women philosophers / edited by Karen J. Warren. – Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., ©2009.

See Chapter. 7, “Locke and Masham” (p. 223-257); contains “Introduction” / by Karen J. Warren – Excerpts from Masham’s Occasional thoughts in reference to a virtuous Christian life – Excerpts from Locke’s Essay concerning human understanding“Masham and Locke : reason, religion, and education : commentary” / by Lois Frankel.

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Wilson, C.

“Matter, mortality, and the changing ideal of science” / Catherine Wilson. // IN: Scientia in early modern philosophy : seventeenth-century thinkers on demonstrative knowledge from first principles / edited by Tom Sorell, G.A.J. Rogers and Jill Kraye. – Dordrecht, Netherlands ; New York, N.Y. : Springer Verlag, ©2009. – (Studies in history and philosophy of science ; vol. 24). – p. 35-51.

Wilkins, J. S.

Defining species : a sourcebook from antiquity to today / John S. Wilkins. – New York : P. Lang, ©2009. – (American university studies. Series V, Philosophy ; vol. 203)

See “John Locke (1632-1704)” (p. 31-33)

Wilkins, J. S.

Species : a history of the idea / John S. Wilkins. – Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2009.

See “John Locke and Gottfried Leibniz : real and nominal essences” (p. 62-65)

Wolfe, C. T.

“Locke’s compatibilism : suspension of desire or suspension of deteminism?” / Charles T. Wolfe. // IN: Action, ethics and responsibility / edited by Joseph Keim Campbell, Michael O’Rourke & Harry Silverstein. – Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 2009. – (Topics in contemporary philosophy ; vol. 7).

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