Aarsleff, H.

“The history of linguistics and Professor Chomsky” / Hans Aarsleff. // IN: Language. – 46 (1970):570-585.

See the comment by Bracken, “Chomsky’s Cartesianism” (1972).

Reprinted in: Aarsleff, From Locke to Saussure [1982] (p. 101-119)

H&W 268; LNL 2:2; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.1

Acworth, R.

La philosophie de John Norris, 1657-1712 / Richard Acworth. – Thesis–Université de Paris IV, 1970.

Unverified.

Armstrong, R. L.

Metaphysics and British empiricism / by Robert L. Armstrong. – Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©1970. – xv, 169 p.

Based on a thesis (Ph.D.)–University of California, 1962.

Abstract: BPh 18:1804.

H&W 268; H&W 1983

Aronson, C. & Lewis, D.

“Locke on mixed modes, knowledge, and substances” / Christopher Aronson, Douglas Lewis. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 8 (1970):193-199.

See also the comment by Woolhouse, “Locke on modes, substances, and knowledge” (1972)

Abstract: PhI 1970:596.

H&W 268; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.3

Ayers, M. R.

“Substance, reality, and the great, dead philosophers” / Michael R. Ayers. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 7 (1970):38-49.

Comment on Bennett, “Substance, reality, and primary qualities” (1965)

Abstract: PhI 1970:395.

H&W 267; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.4

Banerjee, C.

Locke and Hume in the philosophical comedy of Tristram Shandy. – See entry in Chapter 10.

Buchdahl, G.

“History of science and criteria of choice.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Cisek, R. A.

The conceptualism of Locke and Berkeley / by Robert A. Cisek. – Thesis (M.A.)–State University of New York at Buffalo, 1970. – 110 leaves.

Costa, G.

“Vico e Locke” / Gustavo Costa. // IN: Giornale critico della filosofia italiana. – 49 (1970):344-361.

Abstract: BullSig 25:1332.

LNL 2:2; M 244; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.7

Cranefield, P. F.

“On the origin of the phrase Nihil est in intellectu quod non prius fuerit in sensu” / Paul F. Cranefield. // IN: Journal of the history of medicine and allied sciences. – 25 (1970):77-80.

H&W 1983

DeAngelis, W. J.

The empiricists’ theory of the will / by William James DeAngelis. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Cornell University, 1970. – 147 leaves.

DeGrood, D. H.

Philosophies of essence : an examination of the category of essence / David H. DeGrood. – Groningen : Wolters-Noordhoff, 1970.

See 6, “Locke’s psycho-genetic account of essence” (p. 54-62)

Duchesneau, F.

“La philosophie médicale de Sydenham.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Ferro, A.

“L’empirismo” / Andrea Ferro. // IN: La pedagogia / diretta da Luigi Volpicelli. – Milano : F. Vallardi, 1970. – vol. 5:239-249.

M 258; H&W 1983

Formigari, L.

Linguistica ed empirismo nel seicento inglese / Lia Formigari. – Bari : Laterza, 1970.

See “John Locke : logica semiotica e teoria del significato” (p. 173-195) and “Primi critici della semantica lockiana” (p. 196-209)

M 245; H&W 1983

Revision and translation: Language and experience in 17th-century British philosophy (1988).

Givner, D. A.

“Berkeley’s ambiguity” / David A. Givner. // IN: Dialogue (Montréal). – 8 (1969/70):646-662.

Abstract: PhI 1970:504.

Husserl, E.

Logical investigations. – See entry for German edition (1901)

Intisar-ul-Haque.

“The person and personal identity” / Intisar-ul-Haque. // IN: Philosophy and phenomenological research. – 31 (1970/71):60-72.

Abstracts: PhI 1970:524; BullSig 25:1788.

King, L. S.

“Empiricism and rationalism in the works of Thomas Sydenham” / Lester S. King. // IN: Bulletin of the history of medicine. – 44 (1970):1-11.

Kivy, P.

“ ‘Lectures on the fine arts’ : an unpublished manuscript of Thomas Reid’s” / by Peter Kivy. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 31 (1970):17-32.

Abstract: PhI 1970:569.

Klein, D. B.

A history of scientific psychology : its origins and philosophical backgrounds / D.B. Klein. – New York ; London : Basic Books, 1970.

See Ch. 12, “John Locke’s Essay : its scope and significance” (p. 361-401)

H&W 1983

Krüger, L.

“War John Locke ein Empirist?” / von Lorenz Krüger. // IN: Studia Leibnitiana. – 2 (1970):261-283.

H&W 268; LNL 2:2; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.13

Reprinted in: John Locke, Essay über den menschlichen Verstand / herausgegeben von Udo Thiel. – p. 65-88; English translation: “Was John Locke an empiricist?” // IN: Why does history matter to philosophy and the sciences? : selected essays / by Lorenz Krüger ; edited by Thomas Sturm, Wolfgang Carl, and Lorraine Daston. – Berlin ; New York : De Gruyter, 2005. – (Quellenund Studien zur Philosophie ; Band 66). – p. 45-61.

Laboucheix, H.

Richard Price : théoricien de la révolution américaine, le philosophe et le sociologue, le pamphlétaire et l’orateur / Henri Laboucheix. – Montréal ; Paris ; Bruxelles : Didier, 1970. – 301 p. – (Études anglaises ; 37)

English translation: Richard Price as moral philosopher and political theorist / Henri Laboucheix ; translated by Sylvia and David Raphael. – Oxford : Voltaire Foundation, 1982. – (Studies on Voltaire and the eighteenth century ; 207). – See esp. p. 43-49, 90-96.

McGuire, J. E.

“Atoms and the ‘analogy of nature’ : Newton’s third rule of philosophizing” / J.E. McGuire. // IN: Studies in history and philosophy of science. – 1 (1970/71):3-58.

Measell, J. S.

Development of the concept of analogy in philosophy, logic and rhetoric to 1850 / by James Scott Measell. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1970.

See “Locke on epistemology and analogy” (leaves 192-194)

Medcalf, S.

“Introduction.” // IN: The vanity of dogmatizing : the three versions / by Joseph Glanvill ; with an critical introduction by Stephen Medcalf. – Hove, Sussex : Harvester Press, 1970. – p. xiii-xlvi.

See ”Scepsis scientifica and John Locke“ (p. xx-xxvi)

LNL 2:2; H&W 1983

Mittelstrass, J.

Neuzeit und Aufklärung : Studien zur Entstehung der neuzeitlichen Wissenschaft und Philosophie / Jürgen Mittelstrass. – Berlin ; New York : W. De Gruyter, 1970.

See “Ideenmetaphysik (Descartes, Locke)” (p. 397-400), “Erfahrung als begriffsfreie Basis (das empiristische Missverständnis)” (p. 400-410) and “Der Hauptsatz einer vorkritischen Sprachphilosophie” (p. 411-413)

Moore, F. C. T.

The psychology of Maine de Biran / by F.C.T. Moore. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1970. – 228 p.

Motzo Dentice Di Accadia, C.

Preilluminismo e deismo in Inghilterra / Cecilia Motzo Dentice Di Accadia. – Napoli : Libreria Scientifica, 1970.

See 6, “Locke” (p. 143-173)

M 249

Neagoe, F.

Istoria filozofiei moderne : de la Spinoza la Diderot / F. Neagoe. – Bucharesti, 1970.

See “John Locke” (p. 49-65)

Unverified.

H&W 1983

Odegard, D.

“Locke and mind-body dualism” / Douglas Odegard. // IN: Philosophy. – 45 (1970):87-105.

Abstracts: PhI 1970:642-643; BullSig 25:201.

H&W 267; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.18

Odegard, D.

“Locke and the signification of words” / Douglas Odegard. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 1 (1970):11-17.

Comments on Kretzmann, “The main thesis of Locke’s semantic theory” (1968).

Abstract: PhI 1971:657.

LNL 4:5; H&W 1983

O’Malley, J. S.

“Edwards and the problem of knowledge in Protestant tradition” / J. Steven O’Malley. // IN: Drew gateway. – 40 (1969/70):54-79.

Abstract: BullSig 25:219.

Osler, M. J.

“John Locke and the changing ideal of scientific knowledge” / by Margaret J. Osler. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 31 (1970):3-16.

Abstracts: PhI 1970:646-647; BullSig 24:3778.

H&W 267; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.19

Reprinted in: Philosophy, religion, and science in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / edited by John W. Yolton. – Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 1990. – (Library of the history of ideas ; 2). – p. 325-338.

Palmer, R. D.

Locke’s doctrine of representative perception / by Richard David Palmer, Jr. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Ohio State University, 1970. – vii, 258 leaves.

Abstract: DAI 31A:4843.

LNL 6:8; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.20

Passmore, J.

The perfectibility of man / John Passmore. – London : Duckworth, 1970.

Also published: New York : Scribner, ©1970.

See esp. p. 159-163.

H&W 268; H&W 1983

Penelhum, T.

Survival and disembodied existence / by Terence Penelhum. – London : Routledge & K. Paul ; New York : Humanities Press, 1970. – (Studies in philosophical psychology)

See Ch. 6, “Incorporeal identity” (p. 68-78) and Ch. 7, “Bodily transfer” (p. 79-89)

Reid, C. L.

“Popular subjectivism and relativism” / Charles L. Reid. // IN: Journal of critical analysis. – 2:no. 3 (Oct. 1970):36-42.

Abstract: PhI 1971:690-691.

Risse, W.

Die Logik der Neuzeit / Wilhelm Risse. – Stuttgart : R. Frommann, 1970.

See Bd. 2:463-479.

LNL 2:2; H&W 1983

Sanford, D. H.

“Does Locke think hardness is a primary quality?” / David H. Sanford. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 1 (1970):17-29.

Abstract: PhI 1971:707.

LNL 4:5; H&W 1983

Sanford, D. H.

“Locke, Leibniz, and Wiggins on being in the same place at the same time” / David H. Sanford. // IN: Philosophical review. – 79 (1970):75-82.

Reply to D. Wiggins, “On being in the same place at the same time,” Philosophical review 77 (1968):90-95.

Abstracts: PhI 1970:686/7; BullSig 24:3414.

H&W 268; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.24; T 326

Shoemaker, S.

“Persons and their pasts” / Sydney Shoemaker. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 7 (1970):269-285.

Tanaka, Y.

“Rokku no communication ron” = “The theory of communication of John Locke” / Yosihisa Tanaka. // IN: Tōkyō Daigaku Shimbun Kenkyū-jo kiyō = Bulletin of the Institute of Journalism, University of Tokyo. – 19 (1970):3-98.

H&W 1983

Toşa, A.

“Linia lui Locke in istoria lingvisticii” = [Locke’s lyricism and the history of linguistics] / Alexandru Toşa. // IN: Tribuna. – 14 (29 July 1970):11.

Unverified.

H&W 1983

Toşa, A.

“Locke şi Saussure” = [Locke and Saussure] / Alexandru Toşa. // IN: Tribuna. – 14 (14 April 1970):6.

Unverified.

H&W 1983

Trandafoiu, N.

Critica conceptelor de substanță şi cauzalitate la empiriştii englezi : Locke, Berkeley şi Hume / Nicolae Trandafoiu. – Thesis–Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj, 1970.

Unverified.

H&W 1983

Weedon, J. L.

“Locke on rhetoric and rational man” / Jerry L. Weedon. // IN: Quarterly journal of speech. – 56 (1970):378-387.

Abstract: BullSig 25:3765.

LNL 3:3; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.28

Woolhouse, R. S.

“John Locke and the Port Royal logic” / R.S. Woolhouse. // IN: Notes and queries. – 215 (1970):257-259.

Response to R. Hall’s review of the 1964 English edition of the Port Royal logic (1966)

H&W 268; LNL 3:4; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.29

Woolhouse, R. S.

“Locke’s idea of spatial extension” / Roger Woolhouse. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 8 (1970):313-318.

Abstract: PhI 1970:762.

H&W 268; H&W 1983

[Yolton, J. W. ?]

“Corrigenda to the Yolton edition.” // IN: Locke newsletter. – 1 (1970):29-30.

Corrections to Locke #265 (1961)

H&W 1983

Yolton, J. W.

Locke and the compass of human understanding : a selective commentary on the Essay / John W. Yolton. – Cambridge : University Press, 1970. – x, 234 p.

Reviews: R. Woolhouse, J.H.Ph. 10 (1972):224-227; D. Odegard, Ph.Rev. 81 (1972):250-253; W. Fogg, Scriblerian 3 (1970):75-76; M. Osler, St.Hist.Ph.Sci. 3 (1972):189-194.

H&W 268; LNL 1:1; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.30; T 342

Yolton, J. W.

“Locke on knowledge of body” / John W. Yolton. // IN: Jowett papers, 1968-1969 / edited by B.Y. Khanbai, R.S. Katz, R.A. Pineau. – Oxford : B. Blackwell, 1970. – p. 69-94.

Also published: New York : Humanities Press, ©1970.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1970.31

Reprinted in: John Locke, theory of knowledge / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell (1992). – p. 585-610.