1715

[Boulton, R.]

A compleat history of magick, sorcery, and witchcraft; containing, … IV. A full confutation of all the arguments that have been produced against the belief of apparitions, witches, &c. with a judgment concerning spirits, by the late learned Mr. John Locke. London: printed for E. Curll, J. Pemberton, and W. Taylor, 1715.

Preface (sig. A7v-A8v) contains quotations from the Essay.

C 127; Y&Y 1715.1

1716

[Shaftesbury, A., 3rd Earl of.]

Several letters written by a noble lord to a young man at the university. London: printed for J. Roberts …, 1716. 47, [1] p. 8o.

See “A letter to Michael Ainsworth” (p. 38-42)

The letter was written in 1709; the manuscript is in PRO 30.24/20/143.

The letter to Ainsworth is reprinted in Goldie (ed.), The reception of Locke’s politics (1999). – vol. 2:127-132.

C 93, 107

[Syrbius, J. J.]

Synopsis philosophiæ rationalis. [Jena?], 1716.

Unverified.

1717

[Collins, A.]

A philosophical inquiry concerning human liberty. London: printed for R. Robinson. 1717. [2], vi, [2], 115, [1] p. 8o.

Answered by Samuel Clarke in A collection of papers … (1717) and by S. Lowe, A vindication of mankind … (1717)

Reprint: Determinism and freewill : Anthony Collins’ A philosophical inquiry concerning human liberty / edited and annotated with a discussion of the opinions of Hobbes, Locke, Pierre Bayle, William King and Leibniz, by J. O’Higgins (1976)

Grubert, S.

De notitiis innatis inprimis contra Lockium. [Praeces, Christian Bernhard Bücher; respondent, Salomon Grubert]. Wittenberg : Gerdes, 1717. 72 p. 8o.

Unverified.

Leibniz, G. W. & Clarke, S.

A collection of papers, which passed between the late Mr. Leibnitz, and Dr. Clarke, in the years 1715 and 1716. Related to the principles of natural philosophy and religion. With an appendix. To which are added, Letters by Dr. Clarke concerning liberty and necessity; From a gentleman of the University of Cambridge: with the Doctor’s answers to them. Also Remarks upon a book, entituled A philosophical enquiry concerning human liberty, by Samuel Clarke … London: printed for James Knapton …, 1717. xiii, [1], 416, 46, [2] p. 8o.

A philosophical enquiry … is by Anthony Collins.

Unverified.

T 191

Also: The Leibniz-Clarke correspondence : together with extracts from Newton’s Principia and Opticks / edited with introduction and notes by H.G. Alexander. – [Manchester] : Manchester University Press, 1956. – lvi, 200 p.

T 192

[Lowe, S.]

A vindication of mankind, or Free-will asserted. In answer to A philosophical inquiry concerning human liberty. To which is added, an examination of Mr. Lock’s scheme of freedom … London. Sold by S. Popping. 1717. [6], 31, [1] p. 8o.

See “Conversation between L-w, Lock, C-----s, concerning human liberty.”

Reply to Collins, A philosophical inquiry … (1717)

C 107 [Anonymous]; Y&Y 1717.3 [Anonymous]

Reinbath, J.

Dissertatio philosophico-rationalis de spatio vagus ideam Lockii examinans. Quam praeside Jac. Wilh. Feverlino … Defendet Johannes Reinbathius … Altorf, Noric. Excudit Jod. Guil. Kohlesius, [1717]. 32 p. 4o.

C 107; Y&Y 1717.2

1718

[Anonymous].

“De Londres.” // IN: L’Europe savante. – 5 (Sept.-Oct. 1718):147-150.

Includes a review of Wynne’s abridgment of the Essay (1696) and announcement of Bosset’s French translation (1720) [Locke #365]

C[olliber], S.

An impartial enquiry into the existence and nature of God: being a modest essay towards a more intelligible account of the divine perfections. With an appendix concerning the nature of space and duration. By S[amuel] C[olliber]. London, printed; and sold by the booksellers. 1718. 230 p. 8o.

1719

Brunst, A. C. [praeces] & Berg, J. F. [respondent]

Dissertatio philosophica de notitiis insitis : aduersus Johannem Lockium in primis / Quam Annuente Christi Bonitate, Consentiente Ampliss. Philosoph. Ordine, Præses M. Augustus Christianus Brunst, Et Respondens Johannes Fridericus Berg Gryphiswald. Pomeranus, In Auditorio Minori Acad. Gryphiswaldensis A.O.R. MDCCXIX. Ad. d. 27. Julii tuebuntur. Gryphiswaldiæ, Typis Caroli Höpfneri, Reg. Acad. Typogr. [MDCCXIX (1719)]. [2], 46 pages.

Available online: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn/resolver.pl?urn=urn:nbn:de:gbv:9-g-5097015 [viewed 18 February 2018]

1720

Holdsworth, W.

A sermon preached before the University of Oxford at St. Mary’s on Easter-Monday, 1719. In which the cavils, false reasonings and false interpretations of scripture of Mr Lock and others, against the resurrection of the same body are examin’d and answered. By Winch Holdsworth … Oxford, printed at the Theatre, for Rich. Wilkin, London. 1720. [8], 27, [1] p. 8o.

See also Cockburn, A letter to Dr. Holdsworth … (1726)

C 128; Y&Y 1720.1

Le Clerc, J.

Abregé de l’Essai de Mr. Locke, traduit de l’Anglois par Mr. Bosset” [review]. // IN: Bibliothèque ancienne et moderne. Pour servir de suite aux Bibliothèques universelle et choisie. Par Jean Le Clerc. Tome 13 (1720):225-227.

Review of Bosset’s French translation of Wynne’s Abridgment of the Essay (1720) [Locke #365]

1721

Walch, J. G.

Jo. Georgii Walchii … Parerga academica ex historiarum atque antiquitatum monimentis collecta. Lipsiae, sumtu Jo. Frieder. Gleditschii, 1721.

See sect. 21-22 of “Historia logicae” (p. 667-692)

1722

Stephens, W.

The divine persons one God by an unity of nature: or, that our Saviour is one God with his Father, by an external generation from his substance, asserted from Scripture, and the ante-Nicene Fathers. A sermon preach’d before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary’s, on Sunday, August the 5th 1722. By William Stephens … Oxford: printed by L. Lichfield, for S. Wilmot, bookseller: and sold by J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, W. and J. Innys, and J. Roberts, London. 1722. 52 p. 8o.

1723

Hampe, J. C.

Principia innata, adversus Joannis Lockii objectiones, vindicabunt. Praeses M. Jo. Guilelmus Janus … et respondens Jo. Christianus Hampe … Ad d. XXIII Novembris, A. 1709. In Auditorio Maiori, [Wittenberg]. Anno 1723. 32 p. 4o.

Y&Y 1723.1 [“Janus”]

1724

Buffier, C.

Traité des premières veritez, et de la source de nos jugemens, où l’on examine le sentiment des philophes [sic] de ce temps, sur les premières notions des choses. Par le P. Buffier – A Paris, chez la veuve Maugé. 1724. x, [4], 290, [6] p. 12o.

See “Remarques sur la métaphysique de M. Loke [sic], dans son livre intitulé, Essai philosophique concernant l’entendement humain …” (tome 2:253-269)

Reprinted in: Œuvres philosophiques de Père Buffier / avec notes et introduction par Francisque Bouillier. – Paris : A. Delahays, 1843. – See p. 225-232.

1725

[Anonymous].

“An account of Mr. Lock’s religion …” [review]. // IN: Mémoires pour l’histoire des sciences & des beaux arts (Trevoux). 1725:1680-1695.

Review of Milner, An account of Mr Lock.s religion (1700)

Y&Y 1725.2

Felton, H.

The resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul; asserted in a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary’s on Easter-Monday, 1725. In which Mr. Lock’s notions of personality and identity are confuted. And the author of the Naked gospel is answered. By Henry Felton … Oxford, printed at the Theatre, and are to be sold by Steph. Fletcher, and Rich. Clements booksellers in Oxford; and Benj. Motte, in London. [1725]. [6], 26 p. 8o.

C 128-129; Y&Y 1725.1

[Franklin, B.]

A dissertation on liberty and necessity, pleasure and pain. London: printed in the year 1725. 32 p. 8o.

[Hutcheson, F.]

An inquiry into the original of our ideas of beauty and virtue; … London: printed by J. Darby for Will. and John Smith, in Dublin; and sold by W. and J. Innys, J. Osborn and T. Longman, and S. Chandler [in London]. 1725. xi, [3], 276 p. 8o.

C 107

Watts, I.

Logick: or, The right use of reason in the enquiry after truth, with a variety of rules to guard against error, in the affairs of religion and human life, as well as in the sciences. By I. Watts. London: printed for John Clark and Richard Hett, Emanuel Matthews, and Richard Ford. 1725. [2], vi, [8], 534, [2] p. 12o.

Also: The second edition, corrected. London: printed for John Clark and Richard Hett, 1726 [unverified]; reprinted (1726 ed.): New York : Garland, 1984. – (The philosophy of John Locke)

C 108

1726

Clarke, J.

The foundation of morality in theory and practice considered, in an examination of the learned Dr. Samuel Clarke’s opinion, concerning the original of moral obligation; as also of the notion of virtue, advanced in a late book, entituled, An inquiry into the original of our ideas of beauty and virtue. By John Clarke … York: printed by Thomas Gent: and sold by A. Bettesworth …; J. Hammond, Jun., in York; and T. Ryles in Hull. [1726?] 112, [2] p. 8o.

Cockburn, C.

A letter to Dr. Holdsworth, occasioned by his sermon preached before the University of Oxford on Easter-Monday, concerning the resurrection of the same body. In which the passages that concern Mr. Locke are chiefly considered. By the author of, A defence of Mr. Lock’s Essay of humane understanding; in answer to Some remarks on that Essay [Catharine Cockburn]. London, printed for Benjamin Motte, 1726. vi, 72 p.

Reply to Holdsworth, A sermon preached before the University of Oxford … (1720); see also Holdsworth, A defence of the doctrine of the resurrection of the same body (1727)

Reprinted in Cockburn’s Works (1751), vol. 1:113-153.

C 128; Y&Y 1726.1

1727

Greene, R.

The principles of the philosophy of the expansive and contractive forces. Or an enquiry into the principles of the modern philosophy, that is, into the several chief rational sciences, which are extant. In seven books. By Robert Greene … Cambridge: printed at the University Press, by Cornelius Crownfield, and are to be sold by him, E. Jefferys, and W. Thurlbourne booksellers in Cambridge, and by J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, W. and J. Innys, and B. Motte, London, 1727. [16], 981, [1] p. 2o.

See Book 5, “Concerning the metaphysicks and logicks, or the systeme of ideas of Mr. Locke” (p. 597-722) and Book 6, “Concerning the ethicks, or natural religion, of Des-Cartes’s Meditations, Mr. Locke’s Essay, of Dr. Clarke, and Mr. Wollaston” (p. 723-838)

Y&Y 1727.1

Holdsworth, W.

A defence of the doctrine of the resurrection of the same body. In two parts. In the first of which the character, writings and religious principles of Mr. Lock are distinctly considered: and, in the second, the doctrine of the resurrection of the same body is at large explained and defended against the notions of that gentleman &c. By Winch Holdsworth … London: printed for Charles Rivington. 1727. xvi, 276, [4] p. 8o.

Reply to Cockburn, A letter to Dr. Holdsworth (1726)

Review: Anon., Vindiciæ doctrinæ de ejusdem corporis resurrectione … (1728)

C 128; Y&Y 1727.2

1728

[Anonymous].

Two dissertations concerning sense, and the imagination. With an essay on consciousness. London: printed for J. Tonson. 1728. [8], 231, [1] p. 8o.

Usually ascribed to Zachary Mayne; for discussions of this work, see Buickerood, “Clarification of some matters pertinent to the question of the authorship of Two dissertations … (2001) and Two dissertations … : a study in attribution” (2002)

Review: Anon., “Two dissertations … (1730)

Cs 96

[Anonymous].

Vindiciæ doctrinæ de ejusdem corporis resurrectione …” [review]. // IN: Acta eruditorum. – Anno 1728:395-397.

Review of Holdsworth, A defence of the doctrine of the resurrection of the same body (1727)

C 128

[Browne, P.]

The procedure, extent, and limits of human understanding. London: printed for William Innys. 1728. [6], 477, [1] p. 8o.

Also: The second edition with corrections and amendments. … London: printed for William Innys. 1729. [8], 477, [1] p. 8o.; and: The third edition … London: printed for W. Innys and R. Manby. 1737. [8], 477, [3] p. 8o.

Review [2nd ed.]: Anon., The procedure … (1734)

C 107; Y&Y 1728.1; T 182-184

Chambers, E.

Cyclopædia: or, An universal dictionary of arts and sciences; … By E. Chambers, Gent. … London: printed for James and John Knapton, John Darby, Daniel Midwinter, Arthur Bettesworth, John Senex [and 13 others]. 1728. 2 vol. 2o.

See “Idea” (vol. 1:368-369) and “Innate ideas” (vol. 1:390); the article “Common-place-book” contains a description of Locke’s method.

D’Oyly, R.

Four dissertations: … By Robert D’Oyly … London: printed for Robert Gosling. 1728. [4], xxx, [6], 475, [13] p. 8o.

See Dissertation IV. “Of the resurrection of the same body” (p. 425-475)

Also: The second edition, with additions, and a preface enlarged, relating to the present attempts against the Christian religion. London: printed for Robert Gosling. 1729. [4], lxvi, [6], 486, [18] p. 8o.

C 129; Y&Y 1728.2

[Hutcheson, F.]

An essay on the nature and conduct of the passions and affections. With illustrations on the moral sense. By the author of the Inquiry into the original of our ideas of beauty and virtue … London: printed by J.. Darby and T. Browne, for John Smith and Wiliam Bruce, booksellers in Dublin; and sold by J. Osborn and T. Longman, and S. Chandler. 1728. xxii, [2], 333, [3] p. 8o.

1730

[Anonymous].

Two dissertations concerning sense and the imagination … [review]. // IN: Acta eruditorum. – Anno 1730:281-287.

Review of Two dissertations … (1728)

Strutt, S.

A defence of the late learned Dr. Clarke’s notion of natural liberty: in answer to three letters wrote to him by a gentleman at the University of Cambridge, on the side of necessity. Together with some remarks on Mr. Locke’s chapter of power … By S. Strutt … London: printed for Tho. Green; and sold by A. Dodd. 1730. 8o.

See “Remarks on Mr. Locke’s chapter of power” (p. 31-58)

C 109; Y&Y 1730.1

1731

[Gay, J.]

“Preliminary dissertation. Concerning the fundamental principle of virtue or morality.” // IN: An essay on the origin of evil. By Dr. William King … (1731). Pages xi-xxxiii.

C 109

King, W.

An essay on the origins of evil. – See entry for Latin edition (1702)

1732

[Clarke, J.]

A defence of Dr. [Samuel] Clarke’s Demonstration of the being and attributes of God. Wherein is particularly consider’d the nature of space, duration, and necessary existence. Being an answer to a late book entitul’d, A translation of Dr. King’s Origin of evil, and some other objections. Together with a compendium of a demonstration of the being and attributes of God. … London: printed for James and John Knapton …, 1732. iv, 163, [1] p. 8o.

Explicit mention of Locke on p. 9-10, 44, 61, 73.

Doria, P.-M.

Difesa della metafisica degli antichi filosofi contro il signor Giovanni Locke, ed alcuni altri moderni autori. Di Paolo-Mattia Doria. … In Venezia, 1732-33. 2 vol. 4o.

C 109; Y&Y 1732.3

[Passerano, A., Conte di.]

A philosophical dissertation upon death. Composed for the consolation of the unhappy. By a friend to truth … London: printed for and sold by W. Mears. 1732. 94, [2] p. 8o.

[Strutt, S.]

A philosophical enquiry into the physical spring of human actions, and the immediate cause of thinking. London: printed for J. Peele. 1732. [2], 53, [1] p. 8o.

1733

[Anonymous].

Letters concerning the English nation” [review]. // IN: Bibliothèque britiannique, ou Histoire des ouvrages des savans de la Grande-Britagne. – 2 (1733):104-137.

Review of Voltaire, Letters Ե, with extracts from Lettre 13, “Locke” (p. 112-114)

[Baxter, A.]

An enquiry into the nature of the human soul; wherein the immateriality of the soul is evinced from the principles of reason and philosophy … London: printed by J. Bettenham for the author; and sold by G. Strahan; J. Gray; A Millar; A. Lyon; O. Payne; and G. Hamilton. [1733]. [12], 376 p. 4o.

Also: 2nd ed., 1737; 3rd ed., 1745.

C 107; Y&Y 1733.1

Voltaire.

Letters concerning the English nation. By Mr. de Voltaire. London, printed for C. Davis, and A. Lyon. 1733. [18], 253, [19] p. 8o.

See Letter 13, “On Mr. Locke” (p.94-108); reprinted in: A Locke miscellany … / edited by Jean S. Yolton (1990). – p. 246-253.

French translation: Lettres philosophiques. Par Mr. de V––. Amsterdam: chez E. Lucas, 1734. See p.102-117.

Reviews and comments: Journal literaire 22 (1734/35):346-367; Anon., Letters concerning the English nation (1733); Bonneval, “Lettre de Mr. de B*** …” (1735); Boullier, “Reflexions …” (1735); Le Coq de Villeray, Réponse … (1735)

C 109; Y&Y 1733.2; T 235

W[atts], I.

Philosophical essays on various subjects, viz. space, substance, body, spirit … With some remarks on Mr. Locke’s Essay on the human understanding. … By I. W. London: printed for Richard Ford, and Richard Hett. 1733. 8o.

See Essay 12, “Remarks on some chapters of Mr. Locke’s Essay on the human understanding” (p. 269-311)

Also: The second edition, corrected. London: printed for Richard Ford, and Richard Hett. 1734. 8o. See p. 276-313; The third edition, corrected. London: printed for James Brackstone. 1742. 8o; frequently reprinted.

C 108; Y&Y 1733.3; T 236 [1734 ed.]

1734

[Anonymous].

“Of Mr. Lock, and his Essay concerning human understanding.” // IN: Characteristicks. Or, a specimen of the worth and integrity of some of the most favourite authors of the present age. Number 1. Pages 21-31.

[Anonymous].

The procedure, extent and limits of human understanding” [review]. // IN: Bibliothéque britannique, ou Histoire des ouvrages des savans de la Grande-Britagne. – 3 (1734):39-76.

Review of Browne, The procedure … 2nd ed. (1729)

Gottsched, J. C.

Iniquitatem exterorum in ferendo de eruditis nostratibus iudicio illustrium virorum Io. Lockii et Wilh. Molynaei … exemplis confirmatam sistit et ad audiendam oratio … d. XVIII. Febr. Hor. IX. mat. MDCCXXXIIII in auditorio philosophico auspicabitus. Humanissime invitat Io. Christoph. Gottsched … Lipsiae. Litteris Breitkopfianis. 1734. [24] p. 4o.

Y&Y 1734.1

[Jurin, J.]

Geometry no friend to infidelity: or, A defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British mathematicians, in a letter to the author of The analyst. … By Philalethes Cantabrigensis … London: printed for T. Cooper. 1734. [8], 5-84 p. 8o.

The author defends Locke against Berkeley (p. 71-84); see also the reply by Berkeley, A defense of free-thinking … (1735)

[Prévost, A. F.]

Le pour et contre. Ouvrage périodique d’un goût nouveau. Dans lequel on s’explique librement sur tout ce qui peut intéresser la curiosité du public par l’auteur des Mémoires d’un homme de qualité. … A Paris, chez Didot …, 1733-40. 12o.

See vol. 3 (1734):no. 38:180-186, vol. 4 (1734):no. 55:229, vol. 7 (1735):no. 105.

[Voltaire.]

Lettres philosophiques. – See entry for English edition (1733)

1735

[Berkeley, G.]

A defence of free-thinking in mathematics. In answer to a pamphlet of Philalethes Cantabrigiensis, intituled, Geometry no friend to infidelity … By the author of The minute philosopher … Dublin: printed by M. Rhames, for R. Gunne, 1735. 70, [2] p. 8o.

Answer to Jurin, Geometry … [1734] (p. 54-59)

[Bonneval, R. de.]

“Lettre de Mr. de B*** à Mr. P.D.L.R. sur La Réponse aux Lettres philosophiques de Mr. de Voltaire …” // IN: Bibliothèque françoise, ou Histoire littéraire de la France. Tome 22 (1735):38-52.

Defense of Voltaire, Letters … (1733) against Le Coq de Villeray, Réponse (1735).

[Boullier, D. R.]

“Reflexions sur quelques principes de la philosophie de Mr. Locke, à l’occasion des Lettres philosophiques de Mr. de Voltaire.” // IN: Bibliothèque françoise, ou Histoire littéraire de la France. Tome 20, 2e partie (1735):189-214.

On Voltaire, Letters … (1733)

Y&Y 1735.1 [Anon.]

Jackson, J.

A dissertation on matter and spirit: with some remarks on a book, entitled, An enquiry into the nature of the humane soul. By John Jackson … London: printed for J. Noon. 1735. viii, 56 p. 8o.

On Baxter, An enquiry … (1733)

C 109

[Le Coq de Villeray, P.]

Réponse; ou, Critique des Lettres philosophiques de Monsieur de V***. Par le R.P.D.R.B*** Basle, chez Christophe Revis, 1735. 250 p. 8o.

On Voltaire, Letters … (1733); see also the reply by Bonneval, “Lettre de Mr. de B*** …” (1735)

Unverified; source: NUC

Muratori, L. A.

La filosofia morale esposta e proposta a i giovani. Da Ludovico Antonio Muratori … In Verona, nella Stamparia di Angelo Targa, 1735. [24], 452, xxx p. 4o.

Tournemine, R. J. de.

Lettre du P. Tournemine de la Compagnie de Jesus, à M. de *** sur l’immaterialité de l’ame, & les sources de l’incrédulité.” // IN: Mémoires pour l’histoire des sciences & des beaux arts (Trevoux). – 1735:1913-1935.

1736

Brucker, J.

Jacob Bruckers, Kurze Fragen aus der philosophischen Historie, von Anfang der Welt, bis auf unsere Zeiten, mit ausführlichen Anmerckungen erlautert. Ulm: bey Daniel Bartholomi und Sohn. 1731-36. 7 vol. 12o.

See “Wer war dan Joannes Lockius?” (vol. 7 (1736):707-725)

Latin version: Iacobi Bruckeri … Historia critica philosophiae a mundi incunabulis ad mostram usque aetatem decucta. Lipsiae, literis et impensis Bern. Christoph. Breitkopf. 1742-44. 4 vol. 4o. See Tomus 4:pars alters (1744):602-611.

Butler, J.

The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature. To which are added two brief dissertations: I. Of personal identity. II. Of the nature of virtue. By Joseph Butler – London: Printed for James, John and Paul Knapton, 1736. [12], 320 p. 4o.

See esp. the dissertation on personal identity; answered by Law, A defence of Mr. Locke’s opinion … (1769)

C 108; T 189

Perronet, V.

A vindication of Mr. Locke, from the charge of giving encouragement to scepticism and infidelity, and from several other mistakes and objections of the learned author of the Procedure, extent and limits of human understanding … Wherein is likewise enquired, whether Mr. Locke’s true opinion of the soul’s immateriality was not mistaken by the late learned Mons. Leibnitz … By Vin. Perronet … London: printed for James, John, and Paul Knapton. 1736. [12], 124 p. 8o.

Reply to Browne, The procedure … (1729)

C 107; Y&Y 1736.2

1737

Argens, J. B., Marquis d’.

La philosophie du bon-sens, ou Réfléxions philosophiques sur l’incertitude des conoissances humaines, à l’usage des cavaliers et du beau-sexe: par Monsieur le Marquis d’Argens. A Londres, aux dépens de la Compagnie, 1737. xii, 444, [66] p., 5 plates. 12o.

See p. 177-188

1738

Perronet, V.

A second vindication of Mr. Locke, wherein his sentiments relating to personal identity are clear’d up from some mistakes of the Rev. Dr. Butler, in his dissertation on that subject. And the various objections rais’d against Mr. Locke, by the learned author of An inquiry into the nature of the human soul, are consider’d. To which are added reflections on some passages of Dr. Watts’s philosophical essays. … By Vin. Perronet … London, printed for Fletcher Gyles, and sold by J. Roberts, R. Clements at Oxford, and W. Thurlbourn at Cambridge. 1738. [16], 132 p. 8o.

Reply to Butler, The analogy of religion (1736), Baxter, An enquiry … (1733), and Watts, Philosophical essays … (1733)

C 107-108; Y&Y 1738.1

Voltaire.

Elemens de la philosophie de Neuton, mis à la portée de tout le monde. Par Mr. de Voltaire. Amsterdam, chez Jacques Desbordes, 1738. [2], 399, [1] p. 8o.

See Pt. 1, Ch. 5.

Reprinted in: Mélanges de philosophie. … [Genève?], 1757.

C 109

Windle, W.

An enquiry into the immateriality of thinking substances, human liberty, and the original of motion. Particularly in answer to a late pamphlet, intitled A philosophical enquiry into the physical spring of human actions, and the immediate cause of thinking. By William Windle, A.B. London: printed by J. Bettenham; and sold by J. Roberts. 1738. [4], 124 p. 8o.

Reply to Strutt, A philosophical enquiry … (1732); references to Locke’s Essay throughout.

1739

[Anonymous].

A philosophical dissertation upon the inlets of human knowledge … London; printed for T. Cooper. 1739. [2], 72 p. 8o. Signed: Philalethes.

1741

Watts, I.

The improvement of the mind: or, A supplement to The art of logick: containing a variety of remarks and rules for the attainment and communication of useful knowledge, in religion, in the sciences, and in common life. By I. Watts … London, printed for James Brackstone, 1741. xv, [5], 362, [4] p. 8o.

French translation: La culture de l’esprit, ou Directions pour faciliter l’acquisition des connoissances utiles, par Isaac Watts … A Amsterdam et a Paris, chez Dessaint et Saillant, 1762. xiv, 405, [1] p. 8o. [unverified]

C 108

1742

[Anonymous].

A dissertation on Deistical and Arian corruption: or, Plain proof, that the principles and practices of Arians and Deists are founded upon spiritual blindness, and resolve into atheism; and have contributed greatly to the infidelity and profaneness of the present age. Where Mr. Jack--n’s Dissertation on matter and spirit, Mr. Locke’s Essay, &c. are particularly examined, &c. … London: printed for G. Strahan. 1742. 69, [1] p. 8o.

On Jackson, A dissertation … (1735)

C 129; Y&Y 1708.2 [sic]

Baker, H.

The microscope made easy: or, I. The nature, uses, and magnifying powers of the best kinds of microscopes described, calculated, and explained: … II. An account of what surprizing discoveries have been already made by the microscope … By Henry Baker … London: printed for R. Dodsley. 1742. xvi, 311, [21] p. 8o.

See Ch. 52, “Some seasonable reflections on discoveries made by the microscope” (p. 300-311)

[Cuentz, G.]

Essai d’un sistème nouveau concernant la nature des êtres spirituels, fondé en partie sur les principes du célèbre Mr. Locke, philosophe anglois, dont l’auteur fait apologie. A Neufchâtel, de l’Imprimerie des editeurs du Journal hélvétique, 1742. 4 vols.

Unverified.

C 130; Y&Y 1742.1

1743

[Ellis, J.]

Some brief considerations upon Mr. Locke’s hypothesis, that the knowledge of God is attainable by ideas of reflexion. Wherein is demonstrated, upon his own principles, that the knowledge of God is not attainable by ideas of reflexion. … London, printed by J. Watts: and sold by B. Dob, J. Fletcher at Oxford, and T. Merrill at Cambridge. 1743. [4], 51, [1] p. 8o.

Also forms part of Ellis, The knowledge of divine things … (1747)

C 110; Y&Y 1743.1

[Fontenelle, B. de.]

Reflexions sur l’argument de Monsieur Pascal & de Monsieur Locke concernant la possibilité d’une autre vie à venir. – See entry in Chapter 5.

1746

[Condillac, E. B. de.]

Essai sur l’origine de connoissances humaines. Ouvrage où l’on réduit à un seul principe tout de qui concerne l’entendement humain. A Amsterdam, chez Pierre Mortier. 1746. 2 vol. (xxiv, 265, [1]; [2], 292 p.) 12o.

English translation: An essay on the origin of human knowledge being a supplement to Mr. Locke's Essay on the human understanding. Translated from the French of the Abbé de Condillac … by Mr. Nugent … London: printed for J. Nourse. 1756. liv, [6], 339, [1] p. 8o.

1747

[Ellis, J.]

The knowledge of divine things from revelation, not from reason or nature. … With some additional considerations upon Mr. Locke’s Essay on the human understanding. … The second edition. … London, printed by J. Watts: and sold by B. Dod, J. Fletcher at Oxford, and T. Merrill at Cambridge. 1747. 440, 51, [1] p. 8o.

Contains (Ch. 3) Ellis, Some brief considerations … (1743) and an appendix of additional criticisms.

Y&Y 1747.1

Gerdil, G. S.

L’imaterialité de l’ame demontrée contre M. Locke par les mêmes principes, par lesquels ce philosophe démontre l’existence & l’immaterialité de Dieu, avec des nouvelles preuves de l’immaterialité de Dieu et de l’ame, tirés de l’Écriture, des Peres & de la raison par le P. Gerdil Barnabite … A Turin, de l’Imprimerie royale, 1747. [22], 282 p. 4o.

C 109; Y&Y 1747.2

1748

[Anonymous].

“Of private judgment.” // IN: The mitre and crown. For October 1748:21-33.

Duncan, W.

“The elements of logick.” // IN: The preceptor: containing a general course of education. … [Compiled by Robert Dodsley]. London, printed for R. Dodsley, 1748. 8o. Vol.2:1-194.

Also published separately as: The elements of logick. In four books. By W. Duncan. London: printed for R. Dodsley, 1748. [4], 363, [1] p. 8o.

Gerdil, G. S.

Defense du sentiment du P. Malebranche sur la nature, & l’origine des idées contre l’Examen de M. Locke par le P. Gerdil Barnabite … A Turin, de l’Imprimerie royale, 1748. [16], xxxix, [1], 246, [22] p. 4o.

C 109; Y&Y 1748.1

1749

Hartley, D.

Observations on man, his frame, his duty, and his expectations. In two parts. By David Hartley, M.A. London, printed by S. Richardson; for James Leake and Wm. Frederick, booksellers in Bath: and sold by Charles Hitch and Stephen Austen, booksellers in London. 1749. 2 vol. 8o.

C 109

1750

[Baxter, A.]

An appendix to the first part of the Enquiry into the nature of the human soul. Wherein the principles laid down there, are cleared from some objections; and the government of the Deity in the material world is vindicated, or shewn not to be carried on by mechanism and second causes. By the author of the Enquiry into the nature of the human soul … London: printed for the author, and sold by A. Millar. 1750. x, 280 p. + fold. plate. 8o.

Appendix to Baxter, An enquiry … (1733)

C 107

Petvin, J.

Letters concerning mind. To which is added, A sketch of universal arithmetic; comprehending the differential calculus, and the doctrine of fluxions. … By the late Reverend Mr. John Petvin … London: printed for John and James Rivington. 1750. iv, 200, [2] p. 8o.

See Letter XVIII (p.103-150)