Acworth, R.

The philosophy of John Norris of Bemerton, 1657-1712 – See entry for French original under 1975.

Arndt, H. W.

“John Locke, die Funktion der Sprache” / von Hans Werner Arndt. // IN: Grundprobleme der grossen Philosophen / herausgegeben von Josef Speck. Philosophie der Neuzeit I. – Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, ©1979. – (Uni-Taschenbücher ; 903). – p. 176-210.

LNL 10:3; H&W 1983

Barnes, J.

The Presocratic philosophers / Jonathan Barnes. – London ; Boston : Routledge & K. Paul, 1979. – (The arguments of the philosophers)

See esp. vol. 1:107-110.

LNL 10:3; H&W 1983

Bazzoli, M.

“Giambattista Almici e la diffusione di Pufendorf nel settecento italiano” / Maurizio Bazzoli. // IN: Critica storica. – 16 (1979):3-100.

Behan, D. P.

“Locke on persons and personal identity” / David P. Behan. // IN: Canadian journal of philosophy. – 9 (1979):53-75.

LNL 10:3; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.4

Bolton, D.

An approach to Wittgenstein’s philosophy / Derek Bolton. – London : Macmillan, 1979.

See 2, “Tradition and originality in the Tractatus” (p. 46-92)

Abstracts: PhI 14(1):88; BPh 27:1342.

Chapin, C.

“Samuel Johnson and the Scottish common sense school” / Chester Chapin. // IN: The eighteenth century, theory and interpretation. – 20 (1979):50-64.

DeProspo, R. C.

“The new simple idea of Edwards’ personal narrative” / R.C. DeProspo. // IN: Early American literature. – 14 (1979/80):193-204.

Deprun, J.

“Problématique de l’inquiétude” / Jean Deprun. // IN: Bulletin de la Société française de philosophie. – 73 (1979):1-26 [esp. 4-5]

Dewan, L.

“St. Thomas, ideas, and immediate knowledge” / Lawrence Dewan. // IN: Dialogue (Montréal). – 18 (1979):392-404.

Flew, A.

“Locke and personal identity – again” / Antony Flew. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 10 (1979):33-42.

See also the reply by Matthews, “Locke on persons” (1981).

Abstract: PhI 14(2):100

LNL 11:4; H&W 1983

French, P. A.

“The corporation as a moral person” / Peter A. French. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 16 (1979):207-215.

Abstract: PhI 1979:344.

Fukukama, T.

“Rokku tetsugaku no kihonmondai” = “The fundamental problem in John Locke’s philosophy : an epistemo-sociological essay” / Tadahiro Fukukama. // IN: Tōyō Daigaku. Daigakuin kiyō = Bulletin of the Graduate School, Toyo University. – 15 (1979):1-32; 16 (1979):1-42.

English summary: 15:285, 16:303 [identical]

H&W 1983

Gallois, A.

“Basic properties and sense datum attributes” / by André Gallois. // IN: Personalist. – 60 (1979):53-60.

Giuntini, C.

Panteismo e ideologia repubblicana : John Toland (1670-1722). – See entry in Chapter 5.

Glouberman, M.

“The methodological development of critical philosophy” / M. Glouberman. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 17 (1979):217-242.

Abstract: PhI 1979:351.

Grant, P.

Images and ideas in literature of the English Renaissance / Patrick Grant. – London : Macmillan Press, 1979.

See 6, “John Norris and the Oratorians : belief and the images in God” (p. 154-191) and 7, “Conclusion : John Norris and Mr. Locke : bodies and the uses of imagination” (p. 192-209)

Y&Y 1979.11

Gura, P. F.

“The transcendentalists and language : the Unitarian exegetical background” / Philip F. Gura. // IN: Studies in the American Renaissance. – 1979:1-16.

Reprinted in: Critical essays on American transcendentalism / [edited by] Philip F. Gura and Joel Myerson. – Boston : G.K. Hall, ©1982. – p. 609-624.

Helm, P.

“Jonathan Edwards and the doctrine of temporal parts” / by Paul Helm. // IN: Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie. – 61 (1979):37-51.

Helm, P.

“Locke’s conditions for personal identity” / Paul Helm. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 10 (1979):43-51.

Reply to Mendus, “Personal identity and moral responsibility” (1978)

LNL 11:4; H&W 1983

Helm, P.

“Locke’s theory of personal identity” / Paul Helm. // IN: Philosophy. – 54 (1979):173-185.

DOI: 10.1017/S0031819100048427

LNL 10:5; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.13

Reprinted in: John Locke, theory of knowledge / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell (1992). – p. 311-323.

Hine, E. M.

A critical study of Condillac’s Traité des systèmes / by Ellen McNiven Hine. – The Hague ; Boston ; London : M. Nijhoff, 1979. – 226 p. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 93)

Hoeven, P. van der.

“John Locke en de natuurwetenschap van zijn dagen” / door P. van der Hoeven. // IN: Amersfortse stemmen. – 60 (1979):139-146.

Holsberry, J. E.

“Hawthorne’s ‘The haunted mind’, the psychology of dreams, Coleridge, and Keats.” – See entry in Chapter 10.

Hornstein, N. R.

Philosophical issues from linguistics / by Norbert Richard Hornstein. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Harvard University, 1979.

See Ch. 1, “Descartes and Locke on innate ideas” (leaves 8-56)

Huber, C. E.

“Die Idee der Existenz bei Locke : die Problematik eines bewusstseinsphilosophischen Realismus” / Carlo E. Huber. // IN: Gregorianum. – 60 (1979):85-146.

Abstract: PhI 1979.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.14

Kemerling, G.

“Locke on the essence of the soul” / Garth Kemerling. // IN: Southern journal of philosophy. – 17 (1979):455-464.

Abstract: PhI 1980:415.

Reprinted in Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / edited by Udo Thiel (2002). – p. 237-246.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.16

Lloyd, A. C.

“Was Aristotle’s theory of perception Lockean?” / by Antony C. Lloyd. // IN: Ratio. – 21 (1979/80):135-148.

McEvoy, J. G.

“Electricity, knowledge and the nature of progress in Priestley’s thought” / John G. McEvoy. // IN: British journal for the history of science. – 12 (1979):1-30.

McGann, T. F.

A history of philosophy in the West : a synopsis from Descartes to Nietzsche / Thomas F. McGann. – Washington, D.C. : University Press of America, ©1979.

See Ch. 6, “Locke” (p. 51-60)

McKelligan, M. A.

Locke on primary and secondary qualities … / by Marcia Ann McKelligan. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Massachusetts, 1979. – viii, 193 leaves.

Abstract: DAI 40A:4629.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.22

McKinney, D.

Locke’s concept of natural law / by Daphne McKinney. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–City University of New York, 1979. – v, 269 leaves.

Abstract: DAI 40A:5085.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.23

Meyers, R. G.

“Locke, analyticity and trifling propositions” / Robert G. Meyers. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 10 (1979):83-96.

Reply to Wolfram, “On the mistake of identifying Locke’s trifling-instructive distinction with the analytic-synthetic distinction” (1978); see also the reply by Wolfram, “Locke’s trifling-instructive distinction” (1980)

Abstract: PhI 1980:447.

LNL 11:5; H&W 1983

Miller, E. F.

“Locke on the meaning of political language : the teaching of the Essay concerning human understanding” / Eugene F. Miller. // IN: Political science reviewer. – 9 (1979):163-193.

Abstract: IPSA 32:2663.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.26

Minas, A. C.

“Locke on generality” / Anne C. Minas. // IN: Philosophical forum. – 11 (1979/80):182-192.

Abstract: PhI 1980:448.

LNL 12:6; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.27

Morrice, D. S.

A comparative study of the positions of St. Thomas Aquinas, John Locke and David Hume relating to the problem of natural law / D.S. Morrice. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Aberdeen, 1979.

Unverified; source: ASLIB.

Moyal, G. J. D.

“Locke, innate ideas and the ethics of belief” / Georges J.D. Moyal. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 10 (1979):97-128.

Abstract: PhI 1980:453.

LNL 11:5; H&W 1983

Natsoulas, T.

“The unity of consciousness” / Thomas Natsoulas. // IN: Behaviorism. – 7:no. 2 (fall 1979):45-63.

Neri, L.

“John Locke, su ciò di cui si può dubitare” / nota di Luigi Neri. // IN: Atti della Accademia delle scienze dell’Istituto di Bologna, Classe di scienze morali. Rendiconti. – 68 (1979/80):211-235.

Nidditch, P. H.

“Foreword” / [Peter H. Nidditch]. // IN: An essay concerning human understanding … (1979), p. vii-xxvi.

Noël, J. M. & Wolf, H. de

“Inleiding.” / van Jeanne Marie Noël en Henk de Wolf. // IN: Leidraad voor het verstand … (1979) [Locke #766].

O’Donnell, S.

“Mr. Locke and the ladies : the indelible words and the tabula rasa” / Sheryl O’Donnell. // IN: Studies in eighteenth-century culture. – 8 (1979):151-164.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.29

Osler, M. J.

“Certainty, skepticism, and scientific optimism : the roots of eighteenth-century attitudes toward scientific knowledge / Margaret J. Osler. // IN: Probability, time and space in eighteenth-century literature / edited by Paula R. Backscheider. – New York : AMS Press, ©1979. – p. 3-28.

Rieber, R. W. & Vetter, H.

“Theoretical and historical roots of psycholinguistic research” / R.W. Rieber, Harold Vetter. // IN: Psycholinguistic research, implications and applications / edited by Doris Aaronson, Robert W. Rieber. – Hillsdale, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1979. – p. 21-61 [esp. 29]

Reprinted in: Psychology of language and thought : essays on the theory and history of psycholinguistics / edited by R.W. Rieber. – New York ; London : Plenum Press, ©1980. – (Studies in applied psycholinguistics). – p. 3-49 [esp. 12-13]

Rogers, G. A. J.

“The empiricism of Locke and Newton” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: Philosophers of the Enlightenment / edited by S.C. Brown. – Brighton : Harvester Press ; Atlantic Highlands, N.J. : Humanities Press, ©1979. – (Royal Institute of Philosophy lectures ; vol. 12, 1977-78). – p.1-30.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.30

Italian translation: “L’empirismo di Locke e Newton“ / G.A.J. Rogers ; traduzione di Mario Trinchero. // IN: Rivista di filosofia. – 70 (1979):421-446.

Revised version in Locke’s Enlightenment (1998), p. 133-142.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke, Newton, and the Cambridge Platonists on innate ideas” / by G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 40 (1979):191-205.

LNL 10:9; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.31

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. 351-365.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke, Newton and the Enlightenment” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: Newton and the Enlightenment : proceedings of an international symposium, held at Cagliari, Italy, on 3-5 October 1977 / organized by the Institutes of Astronomy and Philosophy of the University of Cagliari ; edited by Peter Beer. – Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press, 1979. – (Vistas in astronomy ; vol. 22). – p. 471-476.

Rorty, R.

Philosophy and the mirror of nature / Richard Rorty. – Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1979.

Also published: Oxford : Blackwell, ©1980.

See “Locke’s confusion of explanation with justification” (p. 139-148).

Review article: Yolton, “Phenomenology and pragmatism” (1981).

H&W 1983

Pages 139-148 reprinted in: Locke / edited by John Dunn and Ian Harris (1997). – vol. 1:464-473.

Shapiro, B. J.

“History and natural history in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England : an essay on the relationship between humanism and science” / Barbara Shapiro. // IN: English scientific virtuosi in the 16th and 17th centuries : papers read at a Clark Library seminar, 5 February 1977 / by Barbara Shapiro, Robert G. Frank, Jr. – [Los Angeles] : William Angrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, Los Angeles, 1979. – p. 1-55.

Squadrito, K.

“Locke on direct acquaintance” / K. Squadrito. // IN: Philosophical inquiry. – 1 (1978/79):241-251.

Abstract: PhI 1979:478.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.34

Squadrito, K.

“Racism and empiricism” / Kay Squadrito. // IN: Behaviorism. – 7:no. 1 (spring 1979):105-115.

Abstract: PhI 1979:478.

H&W 1983

Stewart, M. A.

“Introduction.” // IN: Selected philosophical papers of Robert Boyle / edited with an introduction by M.A. Stewart. – Manchester : Manchester University Press ; New York : Barnes & Noble, ©1979. – p. xi-xxxi.

Stewart, M. A.

“Locke’s mental atomism and the classification of ideas” / M.A. Stewart. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 10 (1979):53-82, 11 (1980):25-62.

Abstracts: PhI 1980:510, 1981:498.

Reprinted in Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / edited by Udo Thiel (2002). – p. 63-130.

LNL 11:6, 12:8

Tamny, M.

“Newton, creation, and perception” / by Martin Tamny. // IN: Isis. – 70 (1979):48-58.

Thomas, J.

“On a supposed inconsistency in Locke’s account of personal identity” / Janice Thomas. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 10 (1979):13-32.

Abstract: PhI 1980:517.

LNL 11:6; H&W 1983

Vancil, D. L.

“Historical barriers to a modern system of topoi” / David L. Vancil. // IN: Western journal of speech communication. – 43 (1979):26-37.

H&W 1983

Voloshin, B. R.

The Lockean tradition in the Gothic fiction of Brown, Poe, and Melville. – See entry in Chapter 10.

Wilson, M. D.

“Superadded properties : the limits of mechanism in Locke” / Margaret D. Wilson. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 16 (1979):143-150.

See also Ayers, “Mechanism, superaddition, and the proof of God’s existence” (1981) and a reply by Wilson, “Superadded properties” (1982).

LNL 10:10; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.41

Reprinted in: (1) John Locke, theory of knowledge / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell (1992). – p. 577-584; and (2) Ideas and mechanism : essays on early modern philosophy / Margaret Dauler Wilson. – Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1999. – p. 196-208.

Yolton, J. W.

“As in a looking-glass : perceptual acquaintance in eighteenth-century Britain” / by John W. Yolton. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 40 (1979):207-234.

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. 39-66.