Ablondi, F.

“Hutcheson, perception, and the sceptic’s challenge” / Fred Ablondi. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 20 (2012):269-281.

Aichele, A.

“Ich denke was, was Du nicht denkst, und das is Rot : John Locke und George Berkeley über abstrakte Ideen und Kants logischer Abstraktionismus” / von Alexander Aichele. // IN: Kant-Studien. – 103 (2012):25-46.

Alvarez, D.

“Difference and enlightenment violence : Locke, Shaftesbury, and Hutcheson” / David Alvarez. // IN: The eighteenth century. – 53 (2012):113-118.

Review article on D. Carey, Locke, Shaftesbury, and Hutcheson (2006).

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Anstey, P.

“The case of Thomas Emes” / Peter Anstey. // IN: Early modern at Otago. – May 6, 2012 [blog post].

Available at https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/emo/2012/05/06/grubbing-around-in-ecco/ (viewed 17 April 2012)

Anstey, P.

“Locke’s proofs” / Peter Anstey. // IN: Early modern experimental philosophy. – May 21, 2012 [blog post]

Available online at: https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/emxphi/2012/05/locke-proofs/ (viewed 15 July 2012)

Barnaby, A.

“Teaching experience to read and write : Locke’s epistemological subject and the politics of Baconian reform” / Andrew Barnaby. // IN: Locke studies. – 12 (2012):45-83.

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Bell, R. H.

The rise of autobiography in the eighteenth century : ten experiments in literary genre : Augustine, Bunyan, Rousseau, Locke, Hume, Franklin, Gibbon, Sterne, Fielding, Boswell / Robert H. Bell ; with a foreword by Charles H. Karelis. – Lewiston ; Queenston ; Lampeter : The Edwin Mellin Press, ©2012.

See “John Locke’s puzzling case” (p. 43-48)

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Benovsky, J.

“The speed of thought : experience of change, movement, and time : a Lockian account” / Jiri Benovsky. // IN: Locke studies. – 12 (2012):85-109.

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Boeri, M. D.

“Innateness, universal reason, and self-preservation : making room for stoicism in John Locke” / Marcelo D. Boeri. // IN: Oikeiosis and the natural bases of morality : from classical stoicism to modern philosophy / Alejandro G. Vigo (ed.). – Hildesheim ; Zürich ; New York : George Olms Verlag, 2012. – (Reason and normativity = Razon y normatividad = Vernunft und Normativität ; v. 4). – p. 193-230.

Carey, D.

“Locke, species, and money” / Dan Carey. // IN: Early modern at Otago. – October 21, 2012 [blog post]

Available online at: https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/emo/2012/10/21/locke-species-and-money/ (viewed 19 June 2013)

Condren, C.

Hobbes, the Scriblerians and the history of philosophy / by Conal Condren. – London : Pickering & Chatto, 2012.

See 4, “Identity, materiality and the language of philosophical absurdity” (pages 103-123)

Cresswell, M. J.

“A Lockian geometric demonstration” / M. J. Cresswell. // IN: Locke studies. – 12 (2012):21-43.

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DeHart, P. R.

“Fractured foundations : the contradiction between Locke’s ontology and his moral philosophy” / Paul R. DeHart. // IN: Locke studies. – 12 (2012):111-148.

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De Pierris, G.

“Newton, Locke, and Hume” / Graciela De Pierris. // IN: Interpreting Newton : critical essays / edited by Andrew Janiak and Eric Schliesser. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012. – p. 257-279.

Di Biase, G.

“ ‘A little knowledge is still knowledge’ : some remarks about Locke’s scepticism concerning scientific knowledge” / Giuliana Di Biase. // IN: XVII-XVIII : revue de la Société d’Études anglo-américaines. – 69 (2012):151-165.

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Di Biase, G.

La morale di Locke : fra prudenza e mediocritas / Giuliana Di Biase. – 1a edizione. – Roma : Carocci, 2012. – 325 p. – (Biblioteca di testi e studi ; 769)

ISBN 978-84-306-615-5

Review: D. Lucci, Locke studies 14 (2014):273-275.

Unverified.

Downing, L.

“Maupertuis on attraction as an inherent property of matter.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Duschinsky, R.

Tabula rasa and human nature” / Robert Duschinsky. // IN: Philosophy. – 87 (2012):509-529.

Hagengruber, R.

“Emilie du Châtelet between Leibniz and Newton : the transformation of metaphysics“ / Ruth Hagengruber. // IN: Emilie du Châtelet between Leibniz and Newton / Ruth Hagengruber, editor. — Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2012. — (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 205). — p. 1-60.

See ”Criticizing Locke” (p. 8-13)

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Heil, J.

The universe as we find it / John Heil. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2012. – xiv, 311 p.

Jones, J.-E.

“Locke on real essence” / Jan-Erik Jones. // IN: The Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy / principal editor, Edward N. Zalta. – First published Dec 19, 2012; substantive revision Jun 17, 2016.

Available online at: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/real-essence/ (viewed 27 August 2018).

Kail, P. J. E.

“Locke, Berkeley, Hume : epistemology” / P.J.E. Kail. // IN: Epistemology, the key thinkers / edited by Stephen Hetherington. – London ; New York, NY : Continuum, ©2012. – (Key thinkers). – p. 111-130.

Keenleyside, H.

“The first-person form of life : Locke, Sterne, and the autobiographical animal” / Heather Keenleyside. // IN: Critical inquiry. – 39 (2012/13):116-141.

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Klein, S. B. & Nichols, S.

“Memory and the sense of personal identity” / Stanley B. Klein, Shaun Nichols. // IN: Mind. – 121 (2012):677-702.

Klever, W.

Il dissimulato Spinozismo di Locke. – See entry for original version in Dutch.

Leclercq, B.

“Les idées dans l’esprit : de Descartes à l’empirisme britannique” / Bruco Leclercq. // IN: L’idée de l’idée : éléments de l’histoire d’un concept / édité par Bernard Collette-Dučič et Bruno Leclercq. – Louvain-la-Neuve : Éditions de l’Institut supérieur de philosophie ; Louvain : Éditions Peeters, 2012. – (Bibliotheque philosophique de Louvain ; 85). – pages 125-147.

Unverified.

Lenz, M.

“Locke’s theory of ideas and the myth of the given” / Martin Lenz. // IN: Quaestio. – 12 (2012):101-122.

Unverified.

Lifschitz, A.

“The arbitrariness of the linguistic sign : variations on an Enlightenment theme” / Avi Lifschitz. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 73 (2012):537-557.

LoLordo, A.

Locke’s moral man / Antonia LoLordo. – First edition. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012. – vi, 145 p.

ISBN 978-0-19-965277-8.

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199652778.001.0001

See comment by Rickless, “Locke on active power, freedom, and moral agency” (2013) and the reply by LoLordo.

Reviews and critiques: LoLordo, “Author meets critics …” (2013); P. Anstey, Mind 122 (2013):1146-1149; M. Stuart, Philosophical review 124 (2015):261-263.

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Losonsky, M.

“Locke and Leibniz on religious faith.” – 20 (2012):703-721. See entry in Chapter 5.

Marko, J. S.

Re-visioning reason, revelation, and rejection in John Locke’s An essay concerning human understanding and John Toland’s Christianity not mysterious. – See entry in Chapter 5.

Moore, T.

“An untenable dualism” / Terence Moore. // IN: Think. – 11:issue 31 (summer 2012):9-20.

Ott, W.

“What is Locke’s theory of representation?” / Walter Ott. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 20 (2012):1077-1095.

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Pappin, J.

“Edmund Burke and John Locke on the metaphysics of substance” / Joseph Pappin III. // IN: The science of sensibility : reading Burke’s Philosophical enquiry / Koen Vermeir, Michael Funk Deckard, editors. – Dordrecht ; Heidelberg ; London ; New York : Springer, ©2012. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 206). – p. 107-122.

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Parker, F.

“Philosophy” / Fred Parker. // IN: Samuel Johnson in context / edited by Jack Lynch. — Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012. — p. 286-293.

Pinheiro, U.

“O estatuto ontológico das pessoas no Ensaio de Locke” / Ulysses Pinheiro. // IN: Revista latinoamericano de filosofia. – 38 (2012):131-170.

Poggi, D.

Lost and found in translation? : la gnoseologia dell’Essay lockiano nella traduzione francese di Pierre Coste / Davide Poggi. – Firenze : L. S. Olschki, 2012. – viii, 318 p. – (Lessico intellettuale europeo ; 116)

ISBN 978-88-222-6157-1.

Unverified.

Schaar, M. van der.

“Locke on judgement and religious toleration.” – See entry in Chapter 6.

Shannon, N. D.

“Christianity and evidentialism : Van Til and Locke on facts and evidence.” – See entry in Chapter 5.

Simha, A.

“De la conscience sensible à la responsabilité : genèse du sujet dans la philosophie de Locke” / A. Simha. // IN: Revue de l’Association des professeurs de philosophie de l’enseignement public. – 62 (2012):7-22.

Unverified.

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Spolaore, G.

“Not just a coincidence : conditional counter-examples to Locke’s thesis” / Giuseppe Spolaore. // IN: Thought. – 1 (2012):108-115.

DOI: 10.1002/tht3.12

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Tierney-Hynes, R.

Novel minds : philosophers and romance readers, 1680-1740 / Rebecca Tierney-Hynes. – Basingstoke ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. – (Palgrave studies in the Enlightenment, romanticism and the cultures of print)

See “Locke : metaphorical romances” (p. 32-57)

Tomida, Y.

Locke, Berkeley, Kant : from a naturalistic point of view / Yasuhiko Tomida. – Hildesheim ; Zürich ; New York : Georg Olms Verlag, 2012. – xvi, 220 p.

Contents: INTRODUCTION – 1, “Davidson-Rorty antirepresentationalism and the logic of the modern theory of ideas” (p. 3-20) – PART ONE, LOCKE – 2, “Locke’s representationalism without veil” (p. 23-47) – 3, “The imagist interpretation of Locke revisited : a reply to Ayers” (p. 48-63) – 4, “Sensation and conceptual grasp in Locke” (p. 64-88) – 5, “ ‘Separation’ of ideas reconsidered : a response to Walmsley” (p. 89-104) – PART TWO, BERKELEY – 6, “Berkeley, and the logic of idealism” (p. 107-119) – 7, “Locke, Berkeley, and the logic of idealism II” (p. 120-144) – 8, “The Lockian materialist basis of Berkeley’s immaterialism” (p. 145-160) – 9, “Ideas without causality : one more Locke in Berkeley” (p. 161-174) – PART THREE, KANT – 10, “Locke’s ‘things themselves’ and Kant’s ‘things in themselves‘ : the naturalistic basis of transcendental idealism” (p. 177-196) – SUPPLEMENT – “Locke’s naturalism reconsidered : from the viewpoint of contemporary microphysics” / Yoshiko Takenaka and Yasuhiko Tomida (p. 199-209)

ISBN 978-3-487-14814-4

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Also: Second edition, revised and enlarged. – Hildesheim : Georg Olms Verlag, 2015. – xvi, 239 pages. – (Philosophische Texte und Studien ; Band 119). ISBN 978-3-487-15306-3 (pbk.)

Waldow, A.

“Locke on the irrelevance of the soul” / Anik Waldow. // IN: Philosophy. – 87 (2012):353-373.

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Walker, W.

“The matter of mind, 1650-1750” / William Walker. // IN: Eighteenth-century life. – 36 (2012):133-137.

Review article on J. Kramnick, Actions and objects from Hobbes to Richardson (2010).

Walmsley, J. C.

“Dating the ‘Epitome’ of the Essay : an update” / J. C. Walmsley. // IN: Locke studies. – 12 (2012):221-241.

Weinberg, S.

“The metaphysical fact of consciousness in Locke’s theory of personal identity” / Shelley Weinberg. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 50 (2012):387-415.

DOI: 10.1353/hph.2012.0051

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Williams, M.

“For John Locke, memory was a condition, sine qua non, for selfhood : to what extent is this idea prefigured, referenced, critiqued and/or parodied in Montaigne’s Essais, Du Côte de chez Swann, and Molloy?” / Marina Williams. // IN: French studies bulletin. – 123 (2012):32-37. – (The R. H. Gapper Undergraduate Essay Prize, 2011)

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