Barger, B. D.

Locke, substance and real essences / by Bill Dale Barger. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Claremont Graduate School, 1972. – vi, 183 leaves.

Abstract: DAI 33A:5229.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.3

Barnes, J.

“Mr. Locke’s darling notion” / by Jonathan Barnes. // IN: Philosophical quarterly. – 22 (1972):193-214.

Abstracts: PhI 1972:432; BullSig 27:2581.

LNL 4:2; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.4; T 249

Reprinted in: John Locke, theory of knowledge / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell (1992). – p. 187-208.

Berman, D.

“On missing the wrong target : a criticism of some chapters in Jonathan Bennett’s Locke, Berkeley, Hume : central themes” / by D. Berman. // IN: Hermathena. – 113 (1972):54-67.

Comments on Bennett, Locke, Berkeley, Hume (1971)

Abstracts: PhI 1973:525; BullSig 28:163.

Reprinted in: Berkeley and Irish philosophy / David Berman. – London ; New York : Continuum, c2005. – (Continuum studies in British philosophy). – p. 58-76.

Bezrukov, V. N.

“Problema znaka i znachenii͡a v filosofiĭ D. Lokka” / V.N. Bezrukov. // IN: Trudy Ti͡umenskogo Industrial’nogo Instituta. – 12 (1972):113-123.

Unverified.

H&W 1983

Bhattacharyya, M.

The problem of knowledge and reality in subjectivist empiricism from Locke to Mach / by Manjulekha Bhattacharyya. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of London (London School of Economics), 1972. – 334 leaves.

See Ch. 1, “John Locke : half-way house to idealism” (leaves 17-79)

Y&Y 1972.6

Block, J. E.

The role of powers in the philosophy of John Locke / by Jeffrey E. Block. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Claremont Graduate School, 1972. – 203 leaves.

Abstract: DAI 33A:4465.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.8

Blumenfeld, D.

“Free action and unconscious motivation” / David Blumenfeld. // IN: Monist. – 56 (1972):426-443 [esp. 430-432]

Bracken, H. M.

“Chomsky’s Cartesianism” / Harry M. Bracken. // IN: Language sciences. – 22 (Oct. 1972):11-17.

Comment on Aarsleff, “The history of linguistics and Professor Chomsky” (1970) and “Cartesian linguistics” (1971)

H&W 1983

Brody, B.

“Locke on the identity of persons” / Baruch Brody. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 9 (1972):327-334.

Abstracts: PhI 1973:547; BullSig 27:3704.

LNL 4:3; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.10

Campbell, K.

“Primary and secondary qualities” / Keith Campbell. // IN: Canadian journal of philosophy. – 2 (1972/73): 219-232.

Abstracts: PhI 1973:562; BullSig 28:598.

LNL 4:3; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.11

Collins, J.

Interpreting modern philosophy. – See entry in Chapter 2.

Cooper, D. E.

“Innateness, old and new” / David E. Cooper. // IN: Philosophical review. – 81 (1972):465-483.

See also the reply by Chomsky & Katz, “On innateness” (1975).

Curley, E. M.

“Locke, Boyle, and the distinctions between primary and secondary qualities” / E.M. Curley. // IN: Philosophical review. – 81 (1972):438-464.

See also the reply by Alexander, “Curley on Locke and Boyle” (1974)

Abstracts: PhI 1972:503; BullSig 27:3705.

LNL 4:3; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.12

De Angelis, E.

“Il buon senso : per una storia del problema da Las Casas a Locke” / Enrico De Angelis. // IN: Giornale critico della filosofia italiana. – 51 (1972):375-456 [esp. 447-449]

Abstracts: PhI 1973:608; BullSig 28:1125.

M 256

Driscoll, E. A.

“The influence of Gassendi on Locke’s hedonism” / Edward A. Driscoll. // IN: International philosophical quarterly. – 12 (1972):87-110.

Prints “Happynesse” (p. 100) and “Ethica 92” (p. 102-103)

LNL 3:2; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.13; A [958]

Duchesneau, F.

“John Locke” / par François Duchesneau. // IN: Les lumières : (le XVIIIe siècle) / par Jacqueline Adamov-Autrusseau … [and others] ; edité par François Chatelet. – Paris : Hachette, 1972. – (Histoire de la philosophie ; 4). – p.19-45.

Abstract: BPh 21:1114.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.14

Duchesneau, F.

“Locke et le savoir de probabilité” / François Duchesneau. // IN: Dialogue (Montréal). – 11 (1972):185-203.

Abstracts: PhI 1972:524; BullSig 27:1403.

LNL 3:2; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.15

Eusebietti, D.

“Sensismo – Locke e Condillac : caratteri e presagi dell’illuminismo europeo” / [Dora Eusebietti]. // IN: Le nove muse. – 3a ediz. – Torino : SAIE, 1972. – vol. 12:97-98.

M 356

Fischer, K. P.

John Locke in the German Enlightenment / by Klaus Peter Fischer. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of California, Santa Barbara, 1972. – xvii, 264 leaves.

Abstract: DAI 33A:2283.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.16

Greenlee, D.

“Locke and the controversy over innate ideas” / Douglas Greenlee. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 33 (1972):251-264.

Abstracts: PhI 1972:579; BullSig 27:1404.

LNL 4:4; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.18

Hacker, P. M. S.

Insight and illusion : Wittgenstein on philosophy and the metaphysics of experience / P.M.S. Hacker. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1972.

See “Private language” (p. 224-231)

H&W 1983

Hacking, I.

“The logic of Pascal’s wager” / Ian Hacking. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 9 (1972):186-192.

Y&Y 1972.19

Reprinted in: Port-Royal to Bayle / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell. – New York ; London : Garland Publishing, 1992. – (Essays on early modern philosophers ; v. 4). – p. 156-162.

Henschel, B.

Die sensualistischen Aspekte in John Lockes Sprachkonzeption und ihr Einfluss auf das sprachtheoretische Denken im 18. Jahrhundert in Frankreich / Bernhard Henschel. – Thesis–Academy of Science of the DDR (East Berlin), 1972. – 234 p.

Unverified.

LNL 11:16; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.22

Hu, H.-w.

Ying kuo ching yen che hsüeh / Hu Hung-wen. – [1972]. – 7, 277 p.

On Locke, Berkeley and Hume.

Ishiguro, H.

“Leibniz and the ideas of sensible qualities” / Hidé Ishiguro. // IN: Reason and reality. – London : Macmillan ; New York : St. Martin’s Press, 1972. – (Royal Institute of Philosophy lectures ; vol. 5, 1970-1971). – p. 49-63.

Lee, D. S.

“Distinguishing presupposition in epistemology” / Donald S. Lee. // IN: Tulane studies in philosophy. – 21 (1972):85-100.

Abstract: PhI 1972:659.

Leslie, M.

“Mysticism misunderstood : David Hartley and the idea of progress” / by Margaret Leslie. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 33 (1972):625-632.

Abstract: BullSig 27:3553.

Loemker, L. E.

Struggle for synthesis : the seventeenth-century background of Leibniz’s synthesis of order and freedom / Leroy E. Loemker. – Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1972. – xi, 318 p.

Losee, J.

A historical introduction to the philosophy of nature / John Losee. – London ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1972.

Also: 2nd ed., 1980.

See “Locke on the possibility of a necessary knowledge of nature” (p. 97-98)

Lyttle, D.

“Jonathan Edwards on personal identity” / David Lyttle. // IN: Early American literature. – 7 (1972/73):163-171.

H&W 1983

McIntyre, J. L.

New perspectives on Locke and personal identity … / by Jane Lipsky McIntyre. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Stanford University, 1972. – vi, 158 leaves.

Abstract: DAI 33A:6968.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1973.19

McMullin, E.

“The dialectics of reduction” / Ernan McMullin. // IN: Idealistic studies. – 2 (1972):95-115.

Abstract: PhI 1972:699.

McRae, R.

“Innate ideas” / Robert McRae. // IN: Cartesian studies / edited by R.J. Butler. – Oxford : B. Blackwell, 1972. – p. 32-54.

Also published: New York : Barnes & Noble.

Moulds, G. H.

“The ‘right’ and the ‘good’ in Locke’s writings” / George H. Moulds. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 3 (1972):17-25.

Abstracts: PhI 1972:716; BullSig 27:1405.

LNL 4:5; H&W 1983

Nidditch, P. H.

“The faultiness of Fraser’s text of Locke’s Essay” / P.H. Nidditch. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 3 (1972):40.

Commentary on Locke #263 (1894)

LNL 4:5; H&W 1983

Odegard, D.

“Identity through time” / Douglas Odegard. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 9 (1972):29-38.

Abstracts: PhI 1972:735; BullSig 27:471.

Rogers, G. A. J.

John Locke and the scientific revolution : a study of the Essay concerning human understanding in relation to seventeenth century science / by G.A.J. Rogers. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Keele, 1972. – vii, 440 leaves.

Y&Y 1972.28

Ruben, D.-H.

“Tacit promising” / David-Hillel Ruben. // IN: Ethics. – 83 (1972/73):71-79.

Abstracts: PhI 1973:960; BullSig 27:4097.

LNL 5:5; H&W 1983

Sargentich, T. O.

From natural law to utilitarianism : a study of John Locke’s ethical and political theory. – See entry in Chapter 2.

Savile, A.

“Leibniz’s contribution to the theory of innate ideas” / Anthony Savile. // IN: Philosophy. – 47 (1972):113-124.

Abstracts: PhI 1972:805; BullSig 27:1393.

H&W 1983

Sloan, P. R.

“John Locke, John Ray, and the problem of the natural system” / Phillip R. Sloan. // IN: Journal of the history of biology. – 5 (1972):1-53.

LNL 5:6; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.31

Specht, R.

Innovation und Folgelast : Beispiele aus der neueren Philosophie- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte / Rainer Specht. – Stuttgart : F. Frommann, 1972.

See Ch. 5, “Das neue Wirklichkeitskriterium” (p. 185-229)

LNL 4:6; H&W 1983

Squadrito, K.

“Locke, Quine, and natural kinds” / Kathy Squadrito. // IN: Modern schoolman. – 49 (1971/72):135-143.

Abstracts: PhI 1972:837; BullSig 26:2494.

LNL 4:6; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.32

Staniland, H.

Universals / Hilary Staniland. – Garden City, N.Y. : Anchor Books, 1972. – (Problems in philosophy)

See p. 32-38.

Toşa, A.

Contribuăii la istoria lingvisticii din secolele al XVII şi XVIII : Locke şi Leibniz = [Contributions to the history of linguistics in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries : Locke and Leibniz] / Alexandru Toşa. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Timişoara, Romania, 1972.

Unverified.

Viano, C. A.

“Introduzione” / di Carlo Augusto Viano. // IN: Saggio sull’intelligenza umana / John Locke ; traduzione di Camillo Pellizzi ; con una introduzione di Carlo Augusto Viano (1972). – vol. 1:v-xlii.

White, M.

Science and sentiment in America : philosophical thought from Jonathan Edwards to John Dewey / Morton White. – New York : Oxford University Press, 1972.

See Ch. 1, “The legacy of Locke : intuition versus enthusiasm” (p. 9-29)

Y&Y 1972.33

White, P. J.

A study of the psychology of cognition in John Locke’s Essay / Peter J. White. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–York University, Toronto, 1972. – 362 leaves.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.34

Woolhouse, R. S.

“Locke on modes, substances, and knowledge” / R.S. Woolhouse. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 10 (1972):417-424.

Comment on Perry, “Locke on mixed modes, relations, and knowledge” (1967) and Aronson & Lewis, “Locke on mixed modes, knowledge, and substances” (1970).

Abstracts: PhI 1972:904; BullSig 27:3711.

DOI: 10.1353/hph.2008.1052

LNL 4:7; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.35

Woolhouse, R. S.

“Things” / R.S. Woolhouse. // IN: Philosophy and phenomenological research. – 33 (1972):199-206.

Abstract: BullSig 28:1837.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1972.36

Woozley, A. D.

“Some remarks on Locke’s account of knowledge” / Anthony D. Woozley. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 3 (1972):7-17.

Reprinted in: Locke on human understanding … / edited by I.C. Tipton (1977). – p. 141-148.

Abstracts: PhI 1972:904; BullSig 27:1408.

LNL 4:7; H&W 1983

Xirua, R.

“Innatismo de ideas y de no-ideas” / Ramon Xirua. // IN: Dianoia. – 18 (1972):138-152.