Agassi, J.

The very idea of modern science : Francis Bacon and Robert Boyle / Joseph Agassi. – Dordrecht ; Heidelberg ; New York ; London : Springer, ©2013. – (Boston studies in the philosophy and history of science ; volume 298)

See “John Locke” (p. 249-253)

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Ahnert, T.

“Religion and morality” / Thomas Ahnert. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the eighteenth century / edited by James A. Harris. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013. – p. 638-657.

Allen, K.

“Ideas” / Keith Allen. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 329-348.

See 14.4, “Locke” (p. 338-345)

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Allen, K.

“Locke and sensitive knowledge” / Keith Allen. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 51 (2013):249-266.

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Alston, W. P. & Bennett, J.

“Locke on people and substances’ / William P. Alston and Jonathan Bennett. // IN: Debates in modern philosophy / edited by Stewart Duncan and Antonia LoLordo (2013). – p. 175-185.

See also the response by M. Stuart, “Revisiting people and substances” (2013)

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Anstey, P. R.

“John Locke on the understanding” / Peter R. Anstey. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 311-328.

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Anstey, P. R.

“The theory of material qualities” / Peter R. Anstey. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 240-260.

See 10.5, “John Locke” (p. 255-258)

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Anstey, P. R. (ed.)

The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013. – xiii, 651 pages.

Contains: “Observation and mathematics” / Mary Domski – “The status of theory and hypotheses” / Steffen Ducheyne – “Substance and essence” / Michael Edwards – “The theory of material qualities” / Peter R. Anstey – “Soul and body” / John Sutton – “John Locke on the understanding” / Peter R. Anstey – “Ideas” / Keith Allen – “Probable opinion” / James Franklin – “Logic and demonstrative knowledge” / Douglas M. Jesseph – “Will and motivation” / Samuel C. Rickless – “Hedonism and virtue” / Erin Frykholm and Donald Rutherford – “Natural law and natural rights” / Thomas Mautner – “John Locke’s Two treatises of government / A. John Simmons – “The origin and development of property : conventionalism, unilateralism, and colonialism” / Kiyoshi Shimokawa – “Toleration” / Jon Parkin.

ISBN 978-0-19-954999-3.

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Ayers, M.

“Essences and signification : response to Martin Lenz” / Michael Ayers. // IN: Continuity and innovation in medieval and modern philosophy : knowledge, mind, and language / edited by John Marenbon. – Oxford : published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2013. – (Proceedings of the British Academy ; 189). – (British Academy Dawes Hicks symposium on philosophy ; 2011). – pages 69-79.

Response to Lenz, “Locke as a social externalist” (2013)

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Bailone, G.

Viaggio nella filosofia : alla ricerca di senso della realtà e dell’esistenza umana : Spinoza, Locke, Leibniz e Vico / Giuseppe Bailone. – Torino : Università popolare di Torino, [2013]. – (Quaderni della Fondazione Università popolare di Torino ; 7)

Unverified.

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Balibar, E.

Identity and difference : John Locke and the invention of consciousness. – See entry for original French version.

Beck, S.

“Am I my brother’s keeper? : on personal identity and responsibility” / Simon Beck. // IN: South African journal of philosophy. – 32 (2013):1-9.

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Beck, S.

“The misunderstandings of the self-understanding view” / Simon Beck. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, & psychology. – 20 (2013):33-42.

Comment on M. Schechtman, “Personal identity and the past” (2005) and G. Gillett, “Schechtman’s narrative account of identity” (2005); see also responses by Gillett and Schechtman, and the reply by Beck.

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Beck, S.

“Understanding ourselves better” / Simon Beck. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, & psychology. – 20 (2013):51-55.

Reply to G. Gillett, “Neuroethics, neo-Lockeanism, and embodied subjectivity” (2013) and M. Schechtman, “Misunderstandings understood” (2013)

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Bodei, R.

Remo Bodei racconta Locke e l’empirismo / regia di Michele Calvano. – Roma : Gruppo Editoriale l’Espresso, 2013. – DVD-video. – (Il Caffe filosofico. Seconda series ; 6)

Unverified.

Bruni Roccia, G.

Locke e la costruzione del lettore moderno : sulle soglie del Saggio sull’intelletto umano / Gioiella Bruni Roccia. – Roma : Bulzoni, 2013. – 232 pages. – (Biblioteca di cultura ; 734)

ISBN 978-88-7870-886-0.

Unverified.

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Carey, D.

“Locke’s species : money and philosophy in the 1690s.” – See entry in Chapter 8.

Connolly, P. J.

Causation and scientific explanation in Locke / Patrick J. Connolly. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013.

Unverified.

Connolly, P. J.

“Travel literature, the new world, and Locke on species” / Patrick J. Connolly. // IN: Societate şi politică = Society and politics. – 7:no. 1 (2013):103-116.

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Covu, D.

Les formes du réalisme scientifique : l’empirisme de Locke et le naturalisme contemporain / Diégo Covu. – Thèse (doctorat)–Aix-Marseille, 2013. – 501 pages.

Unverified.

D’Agostino, S.

Sistemi filosofici moderni : Descartes, Spinoza, Locke, Hume / Simone D’Agostino. – Pisa : ETS, 2013. – 320 pages. – (Philosophica ; 115)

ISBN 978-88-4673721-2.

Unverified.

Dawson, H.

“Natural religion : Pufendorf and Locke on the edge of freedom and reason’ / Hannah Dawson. // IN: Freedom and the construction of Europe. Volume 1, Religious and constitutional liberties / edited by Quentin Skinner and Martin van Gelderen. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013. – p. 115-133.

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New

De Clercq, R.

“Locke’'s principle is an applicable criterion of identity” / Rafael De Clercq. // IN: Noûs. – 47 (2013):697-705.

DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0068.2011.00841.x

Di Biase, G.

“The development of the concept of prudentia in Locke’s classification of knowledge.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Domski, D.

“Observation and mathematics.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Downing, L.

“Mechanism and essentialism in Locke’s thought” / Lisa Downing. // IN: Debates in modern philosophy / edited by Stewart Duncan and Antonia LoLordo (2013). – p. 159-169.

Response to E. McCann, “Lockean mechanism” (2013)

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Ducheyne, S.

“The status of theory and hypotheses” / Steffen Ducheyne. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 169-191.

See 7.4, “Locke’s reservations concerning the method of hypotheses and transduction” (p. 181-185)

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Duncan, S. & LoLordo, A. (eds.)

Debates in modern philosophy : essential readings and contemporary responses / edited by Stewart Duncan and Antonia LoLordo. – New York ; London : Routledge, 2013. – (Key debates in the history of philosophy)

See Part VI, “The role of mechanism in Locke’s Essay” [introduction, essays by McCann and Downing] (p. 143-169) – Part VII, “Locke on personal identity” [introduction; essays by Alston & Bennett and Stuart](p. 171-196)

Edwards, M.

“Substance and essence” / Michael Edwards. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 192-212.

See 8.6, “John Locke” (p. 206-209)

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Feltham, O.

Anatomy of failure : philosophy and political action / Oliver Feltham. – London ; New Delhi ; New York ; Syndey : Bloomsbury, 2013.

See Chapter 3, “Hobbes’ and Locke’s metaphysics : substances no longer act, institutions act” (p. 87-130) – Chapter 4, “Hobbes and Locke on religious conflict : when institutions act, subjects act” (p. 131-180) – Chapter 5, “Hobbes and Locke on politics : sovereign action and contractual action” (p. 181-250)

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Forde, S.

Locke, science and politics / Steven Forde. – Cambridge : New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013. – vi, 263 pages.

ISBN 978-1-107-04114-1.

Review: M. E. Brady, Review of politics 77 (2015):133-136.

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Franklin, J.

“Probable opinion” / James Franklin. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 349-372.

See 15.7, “Locke on probable opinion” (p. 364-367)

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Frykholm, E. & Rutherford, D.

“Hedonism and virtue” / Erin Frykholm and Donald Rutherford. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 415-441.

See 18.5, “Locke” (p. 364-367)

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Gillett, G.

“Neuroethics, neo-Lockeanism, and embodied subjectivity” / Grant Gillett. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, & psychology. – 20 (2013):43-46.

Response to S. Beck, “The misunderstandings of the self-understanding view” (2013); see also the reply by Beck, “Understanding ourselves better” (2013)

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Grosholz, E.

“Leibniz, Locke, and Cassirer : abstraction and analysis” / by Emily Grosholz. // IN: Studia Leibnitiana. – 45 (2013):97-108.

Guerra, M. D.

“Descartes, Locke, and the virtue of the individual” / Marc D. Guerra. // IN: The science of modern virtue : on Descartes, Darwin, and Locke / edited by Peter Augustine Lawler and Marc D. Guerra. – DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, ©2013. – pages 143-159.

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Hall, L. K.

“Locke, Darwin, and the social individualism of virtue” / Lauren K. Hall. // IN: The science of modern virtue : on Descartes, Darwin, and Locke / edited by Peter Augustine Lawler and Marc D. Guerra. – DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, ©2013. – pages 128-142.

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Israelsen, A.

“God, mixed modes, and natural law : an intellectualist interpretation of Locke’s moral philosophy” / Andrew Israelsen. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 21 (2013):1111-1132.

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Jaffro, L.

“Language and thought” / Laurent Jaffro. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the eighteenth century / edited by James A. Harris. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013. – p. 128-148.

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Jaffro, L.

“Pourquoi l’objet de l’assentiment est-il, selon Locke, la proposition verbale?” / Laurent Jaffro. // IN: Croit-on comme on veut? : histoire d’une controverse / sous la direction de Laurent Jaffro. – Paris : Librairie philosophique J. Vrin, 2013. – (Analyse et philosophie). – Pages 147-166.

Unverified.

Jang, S.

The arbitrary power of language : Locke, Romantic writers, and the standardizers of English / by Sunghyun Jang. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Iowa, 2013. – v, 220 pages.

See especially Chapter 1, “The arbitrariness of language : Locke, Johnson and Romantic writers” (pages 22-55)

Jesseph, D. M.

“Logic and demonstrative knowledge” / Douglas M. Jesseph. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 373-390.

See 16.6, “Locke and demonstrative knowledge” (p. 385-388)

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Jolley, N.

Causality and mind : essays on early modern philosophy / Nicholas Jolley. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.

Contains reprints of “Leibniz and Malebranche on innate ideas” (pages 105-120; 1988) – “Lockean abstractionism versus Cartesian nativism” (pages 199-213; 2008) – “Dull souls and beasts : two anti-Cartesian polemics in Locke” (pages 214-228; 2010) – “Berkeley, Malebranche, and vision in God” (pages 229-241; 1996)

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Kail, P. J. E.

“Shaftesbury, Hutcheson and moral scepticisms” / Peter J. E. Kail. // IN: Scepticism in the eighteenth century : Enlightenment, Lumières, Aufklärung / Sébastien Charles, Plínio J. Smith, editors. – Dordrecht : Springer, ©2013. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 210). – p. 95-107.

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Kolesnik-Antoine, D.

“Is the history of philosophy a family affair? : the examples of Malebranche and Locke in the Cousinian school” / Delphine Kolesnik-Antoine. // IN: Philosophy and its history : aims and methods in the study of early modern philosophy / edited by Mogens Lærke, Justin E. H. Smith, and Eric Schliesser. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2013. – p. 159-177.

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Kroupa, G.

“Jezik in javno : reorganizacija trivija v Lockovem Eseju in v Portroyalski logiki” / Gregor Kroupa. // IN: Filozofski vestnik. – 34 (2013):57-74.

Unverified.

Kuklok, A.

Conceptualism and objectivity in Locke’s account of natural kinds / Allison Kuklok. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Harvard University, 2013. – 210 p.

Unverified.

Lenz, M.

“Locke as a social externalist” / Martin Lenz. // IN: Continuity and innovation in medieval and modern philosophy : knowledge, mind, and language / edited by John Marenbon. – Oxford : published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2013. – (Proceedings of the British Academy ; 189). – (British Academy Dawes Hicks symposium on philosophy ; 2011). – pages 53-67.

With a reply by M. Ayers, “Essences and signification”.

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LoLordo, A.

“Author meets critics on Antonia LoLordo’s ‘Locke’s moral man’.” // IN: The Mod Squad : a group blog in modern philosophy. – July 1-7, 2013.

Contents: Critic 1, Samuel Rickless – Reply 1, Antonia LoLordo responding to Rickless – Critic 2, Jessica Gordon-Roth – Reply 2, Antonia LoLordo responding to Gordon-Roth – Critic 3, Shelley Weinberg – Reply 3, Antonia LoLordo responding to Weinberg.

Discussion of LoLordo, Locke’s moral man (2012)

Available online at: https://philosophymodsquad.wordpress.com/2013/07/01/this-week-on-the-mod-squad-author-meets-critics-on-lockes-moral-man/ (viewed October 13, 2017)

LoLordo, A.

“Reply to Rickless” / Antonia LoLordo. // IN: Locke studies. – 13 (2013):55-64.

Reply to Rickless, “Locke on active power, freedom, and moral agency” (2013)

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LoLordo, A.

“Three problems in Locke’s ontology of substance and mode” / Antonia LoLordo. // IN: Contemporary perspectives in early modern philosophy : nature and norms in thought / Martin Lenz and Anik Waldow, editors. – Dordrecht ; Heidelberg ; New York ; London : Springer, ©2013. – (Studies in history and philosophy of science ; volume 29). – p. 51-64.

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Losonsky, M.

“Lenz on Locke on language” / Michael Losonsky. // IN: Historiographia linguistica. – 40 (2013):477-487.

Review article on Lenz, Lockes Sprachkonzeption (2010)

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Lowe, E. J.

The Routledge guidebook to Locke’s Essay concerning human understanding / E. J. Lowe. – London ; New York : Routledge, 2013. – x, 207 p. – (Routledge guides to the great books)

Revised version of Locke on human understanding (1995)

ISBN 978-0-415-664776; 978-0-415-66478-3 (pbk.)

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Manda, V.

“The concept of freedom in Locke” / Vladimir Manda. // IN: Filozofia. – 68:2 (2013):105-113.

Unverified.

McCann, E.

“Lockean mechanism” / Edwin McCann. // IN: Debates in modern philosophy / edited by Stewart Duncan and Antonia LoLordo (2013). – p. 147-158.

See also the response by L. Downing, “Mechanism and essentialism in Locke’s thought” (2013)

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McNulty, L.

“Lockean social epistemology” / Lisa McNulty. // IN: Journal of philosophy of education. – 47 (2013):524-536.

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Moore, T.

“Locke’s second ‘secret reference’ ” / Terence Moore. // IN: Think. – 12:issue 33 (spring 2013):25-35.

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Nelson, A.

“Philosophical systems and their history” / Alan Nelson. // IN: Philosophy and its history : aims and methods in the study of early modern philosophy / edited by Mogens Lærke, Justin E. H. Smith, and Eric Schliesser. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2013. – p. 236-257.

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Pfau, T.

Minding the modern : human agency, intellectual traditions, and responsible knowledge / Thomas Pfau. – Notre Dame, Indiana : University of Notre Dame Press, ©2013.

See esp. 9, “The path toward non-cognitivism : Locke’s desire and Shaftesbury’s sentiment” (p. 214-248)

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Pritchard, T.

“Locke and the primary signification of words : an approach to word meaning” / Timothy Pritchard. // IN: British hournal for the history of philosophy. – 21 (2013):486-506.

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Rickless, S. C.

“Locke on active power, freedom, and moral agency” / Samuel C. Rickless. // IN: Locke studies. – 13 (2013):33-55.

Comment on LoLordo, Locke’s moral man (2012); see also the reply by LoLordo.

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Rickless, S. C.

“Will and motivation” / Samuel C. Rickless. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 393-414.

See 17.4, “Locke” (p. 407-413)

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Rockwood, N.

“Is sensitive knowledge knowledge?” / Nathan Rockwood. // IN: Locke studies. – 13 (2013):15-31.

Comment on Rickless, “Is Locke’s theory of knowledge inconsistent?” (2008)

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Ruthrof, H.

“Recycling Locke : meaning as indirectly public” / Horst Ruthrof. // IN: Philosophy today. – 57 (2013):3-27.

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Sandford, S.

“The incomplete Locke : Balibar, Locke and the philosophy of the subject” / Stella Sandford. // IN: Identity and difference / Étienne Balibar (2013). – p. XI-XLVI.

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Schechtman, M.

“Misunderstandings understood” / Marya Schechtman. // IN: Philosophy, psychiatry, & psychology. – 20 (2013):47-50.

Response to S. Beck, “The misunderstandings of the self-understanding view” (2013); see also the reply by Beck, “Understanding ourselves better” (2013)

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Seagrave, S. A.

“Looking for Locke? : Rawls’s early Humeanism, selective Kantianism and roundabout Lockianism” / S. Adam Seagrave. // IN: Locke studies. – 13 (2013):119-144.

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Shapiro, L.

“Intentionality bifurcated : a lesson from early modern philosophy?” / Lionel Shapiro. // IN: Contemporary perspectives in early modern philosophy : nature and norms in thought / Martin Lenz and Anik Waldow, editors. – Dordrecht ; Heidelberg ; New York ; London : Springer, ©2013. – (Studies in history and philosophy of science ; volume 29). – p. 13-35.

See 2.3, “Locke” (p. 22-28)

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Simonetta, D.

“«L’âme pense-t-elle toujours?» : postérité de la théorie de l’intensio et remissio formarum dans la querelle entre empiristes et cartésiens” = [«Is the soul always thinking?» : posterity of the theory of intensio et remissio formarum in the debate between Empiricists and Cartesians] / David Simonetta. // IN: Astérion. – 11 (2013).

Available online at: http://journals.openedition.org/asterion/2434 [viewed 27 August 2018]

Stangroom, J. & Garvey, J.

Great philosophers / Jeremy Stangroom, James Garvey. – New York : Rosen Publishers, ©2013. – (Great people in history)

See “John Locke”

Unverified.

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Stanton, T.

“John Locke” / Tim Stanton. // IN: The international encyclopedia of ethics / edited by Hugh LaFollette. – Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. – vol. 5:3065-3074.

Unverified.

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Stuart, M.

Locke’s metaphysics / Matthew Stuart. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 2013. – xvii, 522 pages.

ISBN 978-0-19-964511-4.

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199645114.001.0001

Reviews: M. Jacovides, Philosophical review 124 (2015):153-155; V. Nuovo, Locke studies 14 (2014):263-271; G. A. J. Rogers, British journal for the history of philosophy 23 (2015):199-202.

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Stuart, M.

“Revisiting people and substances” / Matthew Stuart. // IN: Debates in modern philosophy / edited by Stewart Duncan and Antonia LoLordo (2013). – p. 186-196.

Response to W. P. Alston & J. Bennett, “Locke on people and substances” (2013)

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Stuart-Buttle, T.

Classicism, Christianity, and Ciceronian academic scepticism from Locke to Hume, c. 1660-c. 1760 / Tim Stuart-Buttle. – Thesis (D.Phil.)–University of Oxford, 2013. – xvii, 329 pages.

Unverified.

Sutton, J.

“Soul and body” / John Sutton. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the seventeenth century / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2013). – p. 285-307.

See 12.3, “Philosophies of body and soul in the later seventeenth century” (p. 295-300)

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Taraborrelli, A.

“Locke, Clarke, Collins e Mayne : quattro sguardi sulla consciousness” / Angela Taraborrelli. // IN: Coscienza nella filosofia della prima modernità / a cura di Roberto Palaia. – Roma : Leo S. Olschki, 2013. – (Lessico intellettiuale europeao ; 119). – Pages 235-274.

ISBN 978-88-222-6202-8.

Unverified.

Vinciguerra, L.

La représentation excessive : Descartes, Leibniz, Locke, Pascal / Lucien Vinciguerra. – Villeneuve d’Ascq, France : Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2013. – 172 p. – (Philosophie ; 1417. Philosophie moderne)

See “Le nom de l’anamorphose : Locke” (p. 107-132)

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Weinberg, S.

“Locke’s reply to the skeptic” / by Shelley Weinberg. // IN: Pacific philosophical quarterly. – Early view (2013). – 32 p.

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Wiebe, Phillip.

“Galen Strawson on persons : simplifying John Locke” / Phillip Wiebe. // IN: The European legacy. – 18 (2013):740-743.

Review of Strawson, Locke on personal identity (2011)

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Witt, C.

“Gender essentialism : Aristotle or Locke?” / Charlotte Witt. // IN: Powers and capacities in philosophy : the new Aristotelianism / edited by Ruth Groff and John Greco. – New York : Routledge, 2013. – pages 308-318.

Wright, J. P.

“The understanding” / John P. Wright. // IN: The Oxford handbook of British philosophy in the eighteenth century / edited by James A. Harris. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013. – p. 149-170.

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