Aarsleff, H.

“Locke’s influence” / Hans Aarsleff. // IN: The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – p. 252-289.

Abstract: PhI 1995:416.

Adams, R. M.

Leibniz : determinist, theist, idealist / Robert Merrihew Adams. – New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1994.

See esp. “The debate about thinking matter” (p. 364-375)

Alexander, P.

“Microscopes and corpuscles” / Peter Alexander. // IN: Language, mind, and art : essays in appreciation and analysis, in honor of Paul Ziff / edited by Dale Jamieson. – Dordrecht ; Boston ; London : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1994. – (Synthèse library ; vol. 240). – p. 83-99.

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Alexander, P.

“Solidity and elasticity in the seventeenth century” / Peter Alexander. // IN: Locke’s philosophy : content and context / edited by G.A.J. Rogers. – p. 143-164.

Based on a paper delivered in 1990.

Abstract: PhI 1995:420.

LNL 26:4

Ayers, M. R.

“The foundations of knowledge and the logic of substance : the structure of Locke’s general philosophy” / M.R. Ayers. // IN: Locke’s philosophy : content and context / edited by G.A.J. Rogers. – p. 49-73.

Abstract: PhI 1995:430.

Based on a paper delivered in 1990; reprinted in: (1) Locke / edited by Vere Chappell (1998), p. 24-47; and (2) The empiricists / edited by Margaret Atherton (1999). – p. 19-45.

LNL 26:4, 31:4

Aznar Gómez, H.

“La crítica de Locke al innatismo y el sentido de su propuesta” / Hugo Aznar Gómez. // IN: Quaderns de filosofia i ciència (Valencia). – 23/24 (1994):17-30.

LNL 28:4

Backhaus, W.

“Hume’s fork and analytic/trifling propositions” / Wilf Backhaus. // IN: Journal of speculative philosophy. – 8 (1994):79-96.

LNL 26:4

Balázs, Z.

“Egy értelmezés értelmezései : Leo Strauss Locke-ról” / Zontán Balázs. // IN: Magyar filozófiai szemle. – 1994:no. 5/6:711-747.

Summary: “The interpretations of an interpretation : Leo Strauss on Locke” (p. 747)

Abstract: PhI 1995:432.

LNL 27:4

Bennett, J.

“Locke’s philosophy of mind” / Jonathan Bennett. // IN: The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – p. 89-114.

Abstract: PhI 1995:439.

DOI: 10.1017/CCOL0521383714.005

Bennett, J.

“On translating Locke, Berkeley, and Hume into English” / Jonathan Bennett. // IN: Teaching philosophy. – 17 (1994):261-269.

Abstract: PhI 1995:439.

Bolton, M. B.

“Locke on identity : the scheme of simple and compounded things” / Martha Brandt Bolton. // IN: Individuation and identity in early modern philosophy : Descartes to Kant / Kenneth F. Barber and Jorge J.E. Gracia, editors. – Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1994. – p. 103-131.

LNL 26:4

Bolton, M. B.

“The real Molyneux question and the basis of Locke’s answer” / Martha Brandt Bolton. // IN: Locke’s philosophy : content and context / edited by G.A.J. Rogers. – p. 75-99.

Based on a paper delivered in 1990.

LNL 26:4

Bolton, R.

Person, soul, and identity : a neoplatonic account of the principle of personality / Robert Bolton. – Washington ; London : Minerva Press, ©1994.

See Ch. 5, “An empirical account of identity” (p. 156-181)

LNL 27:4

Chaimovich, F. S.

“Locke e o argumento do sonho” / Felipe Soeiro Chaimovich. // IN: Revista latinoamericana de filosofía. – 20 (1994):135-143.

LNL 26:4

Chappell, V. (ed.)

The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1994. – x, 329 p.

ISBN 0-521-38371-4. 0-521-38772-8 (pbk.)

Contents: “Introduction” / Vere Chappell – “Locke’s life and times” / J.R. Milton – “Locke’s theory of ideas” / Vere Chappell – “Locke’s philosophy of body” / Edwin McCann – “Locke’s philosophy of mind” / Jonathan Bennett – “Locke’s philosophy of language” / Paul Guyer – “Locke’s theory of knowledge” / Roger Woolhouse – “Locke’s philosophy of religion” / Nicholas Wolterstorff – “Locke’s moral philosophy” / J.B. Schneewind – “Locke’s political philosophy” / Richard Ashcraft – “Locke’s influence” / Hans Aarsleff.

Review: M. Ayers, LNL 28 (1997):157-188.

Abstracts: PhI 1995:471; BPh 41:1246.

DOI: 10.1017/CCOL0521383714

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Portuguese translation: Locke / Vere Chappell (org.) ; traduzido por Guilherme Rogrigues Neto. – São Paulo : Idéias & Letras, 2011. – 408 pages. – ISBN 978-85-7698-096-4. – Unverified.

Chappell, V.

“Locke on the freedom of the will” / Vere Chappell. // IN: Locke’s philosophy : content and context / edited by G.A.J. Rogers. – p. 101-121.

Abstract: PhI 1995:471.

Based on a paper delivered in 1990; reprinted in Locke / edited by Vere Chappell (1998), p. 86-105.

LNL 26:4

Chappell, V.

“Locke on the intellectual basis of sin” / Vere Chappell. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 32 (1994):197-207.

Abstract: PhI 1994:439.

LNL 25:4

Reprinted in: John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 1.

Chappell, V.

“Locke’s theory of ideas” / Vere Chappell. // IN: The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – p. 26-55.

Abstract: PhI 1995:471.

Cho, B.

Reality and knowledge in Locke and Kant / by Cho Bum. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Miami, 1994. – vii, 215 leaves.

Unverified.

Deely, J.

New beginnings : early modern philosophy and postmodern thought / John Deely ; with a preface by Lúcia Santaella-Braga. – Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, ©1994. – (Toronto studies in semiotics)

See Ch. 5, “Locke’s proposal for semiotic : what was new and what was not” (p. 109-147)

LNL 28:6

Douca-Kabitoglou, C.

“The new way of ideas : Plato, Locke, and their Romantic readers” / Catherina Douca-Kabitoglou. // IN: Philosophia (Athens). – 23/24 (1993/94):232-250.

Abstract: PhI 1995:503.

Elie, M.

“Instinct, entendement, raison : la référence à l’animal chez Locke, Hume et Schopenhauer” / Maurice Elie. // IN: Schopenhauer Jahrbuch. – 75 (1994):11-26.

Abstract: PhI 1996:607.

Eller, E. E.

Language limits and transcendence : Emerson and Locke / Edward E. Eller. – Thesis (Ph.D.)—Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1994.

Unverified; source/Abstract: DAI 57A:214.

Gauker, C.

Thinking out loud : an essay on the relation between thought and language / Christopher Gauker. – Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1994.

See Ch. 1, “Contra Locke” (p. 11-31)

Review: M. Losonsky, LNL 26 (1995):177-184.

LNL 25:5

Goodell, E.

The noble philosopher : Condorcet and the Enlightenment … / Edward Goodell. – Buffalo, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 1994.

See “Locke” (p. 68-74)

Goodey, C. F.

“John Locke’s idiots in the natural history of the mind” / C.F. Goodey. // IN: History of psychiatry. – 5 (1994):215-250.

Abstract: BHI 1994:9305.

LNL 25:6

Goyard-Fabre, S.

“La philosophie morale et politique : entre le contractualisme et l’utilitarisme” / par Simone Goyard-Fabre. // IN: La philosophie anglo-saxonne / sous la direction de Michel Meyer. – Paris : Presses Universitaires de France, 1994. – (Collection Premier cycle). – p. 35-163 [esp. 48-60]

Gozzano, S.

“Le immagini mentali e la loro ontologia” / Simone Gozzano. // IN: Epistemologia. – 17 (1994):225-252.

Includes English abstract “Mental images and their ontology” (p. 251-252)

Abstract: PhI 1995:548.

Guyer, P.

“Locke’s philosophy of language” / Paul Guyer. // IN: The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – p. 115-145.

Hall, R.

“The use of reason in Locke and Hume” / Roland Hall. // IN: Ratio : VII Colloquio internazionale, Roma, 9-11 gennaio 1992 : atti / a cura di M. Fattori e M.L. Bianchi. – Firenze : L.S. Olschki, 1994. – (Lessico intellettuale europeo ; 61). – p. 503-513.

Harré, R.

“Body and soul : physical properties and Cartesian mind” / Rom Harré. // IN: Reason and the Christian religion : essays in honour of Richard Swinburne / edited by Alan G. Padgett. – Oxford : Clarendon Press ; Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994. – p. 303-328.

LNL 29:6

Hauser, C.

Selbstbewußtsein und personale Identität : Positionen und Aporien ihrer vorkantischen Geschichte : Locke, Leibniz, Hume und Tetens / Christian Hauser. – Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt : Frommann-Holzboog, ©1994. – (Forschungen und Materialien zur deutschen Aufklärung. Abt. II, Monographien ; Band 7)

See Kap. 1, “John Locke” (p. 25-53)

Helm, P.

Belief policies / Paul Helm. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1994. – (Cambridge studies in philosophy)

See “Locke on belief” (p. 85-90)

LNL 26:6

Heyd, T.

“Locke’s arguments for the resemblance thesis revisited” / Thomas Heyd. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 25 (1994):13-28.

Abstract: PhI 1995:569.

LNL 26:6

Hudson, N.

Gulliver’s travels and Locke’s radical nominalism” / Nicholas Hudson. // IN: 1650-1850 : ideas, aesthetics and inquiries in the early modern era. – 1 (1994):247-266.

LNL 27:7

Hundert, E. J.

The Enlightenment’s Fable : Bernard Mandeville and the discovery of society / E. G.[sic] Hundert. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1994. – (Ideas in context)

See esp. “The French connection” (p. 96-105)

Isermann, M.

“Bacon, Wilkins, Locke : drei Stellungnahmen zur Affinität von sprachlichem Zeichen und Bezeichnetem” / Michael Isermann. // IN: Beiträge zur Geschicite der Sprachwissenschaft. – 4 (1994):235-254.

Kelly, V.

“Locke’s eyes, Swift’s spectacles” / Veronica Kelly. // IN: Body & text in the eighteenth century / edited by Veronica Kelly and Dorothea von Mücke. – Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1994. – p. 66-85.

Klein, L. E.

Shaftesbury and the culture of politeness : moral discourse and cultural politics in early eighteenth-century England / Lawrence E. Klein. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1994.

See esp. p.6.

Kreimendahl, L.

Interpretationen : Hauptwerke des Philosophie : Rationalismus und Empirismus / Lothar Kreimendahl. – Ditzingen : Reclam, 1994.

Unverified.

Levin, G. D.

“Teoreticheskaia induktsiia, ‘obshchii predmet’ i pravilo Lokka” / G.D. Levin. // IN: Voprosy filosofii. – 1994:12 ([Dec.]):115-121.

LNL 26:7

Losonsky, M.

“Locke on meaning and signification” / Michael Losonsky. // IN: Locke’s philosophy : content and context / edited by G.A.J. Rogers. – p. 123-141.

Based on a paper delivered in 1990.

Abstract: PhI 1995:627.

LNL 26:7

New

Manent, P.

La cité de l’homme / Pierre Manent. – [Paris] : Fayard, ©1994. – (L’;esprit de la cité)

ISBN 978-2-213-03163-7.

Unverified.

English translation: The city of man / Pierre Manent ; translated by Marc A. LePain. – Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, 1998. – See pages 115-140.

Manns, J. W.

Reid and his French disciples : aesthetics and metaphysics / by James W. Manns. – Leiden ; New York ; Köln : Brill, 1994. – (Brill’s studies in intellectual history ; vol. 45)

See esp. “ ‘The ideal system’ ” (p. 14-39)

Marshall, J.

John Locke : resistance, religion and responsibility. – See entry in Chapter 2.

McCann, E.

“Locke’s philosophy of body” / Edwin McCann. // IN: The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – p. 56-88.

Meyer, M.

“La naissance de l’empiricisme : Locke, Berkeley, Hume” / par Michel Meyer. // IN: La philosophie anglo-saxonne / sous la direction de Michel Meyer. – Paris : Presses Universitaires de France, 1994. – (Collection Premier cycle). – p. 3-34 [esp. 7-11]

Morgan, D.

“The rise and fall of abstraction in eighteenth-century art theory” / David Morgan. // IN: Eighteenth-century studies. – 27 (1993/94):449-478.

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Müller, S.

Phänomenologische und philosophische Theorie der Arbeit. – See entry in Chapter 7.

Natsoulas, T.

“The concept of consciousness. 4, The reflective meaning” / Thomas Natsoulas. // IN: Journal of the theory of social behavior. – 24 (1994):373-400 [esp. 393-398].

LNL 27:9

Niklaus, R.

“Voltaire et l’empirisme anglais” / Robert Niklaus. // IN: Revue internationale de philosophie. – 48 (1994):9-24.

O’Connor, P.

“Locke’s challenge to innate practical principles revisited” / Peg O’Connor. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 25 (1994):41-51.

LNL 26:8

Odegard, D.

“Locke and the preface paradox” / Douglas Odegard. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 25 (1994):29-40.

Abstract: PhI 1995:675.

LNL 26:8

Owen, D.

“Hume’s doubts about probable reasoning : was Locke the target?” / David Owen. // IN: Hume and Hume’s connexions / edited by M.A. Stewart and John P. Wright. – Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©1994. – (Edinburgh studies in intellectual history). – p. 140-159.

Also published: University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, 1995.

Abstract: PhI 1995:679.

LNL 25:9

Pedreira, M.

“Johnsonian figures : copia and Lockean observation in Samuel Johnson’s critical writings” / Mark Pedreira. // IN: 1650-1850 : ideas, aesthetics, and inquiries in the early modern era. – 1 (1994):157-196.

LNL 27:9

Pedreira, M.

Samuel Johnson’s rhetorical art : topical and figurative copia in the age of Locke / Mark Alan Pedreira. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Maryland, 1994. – 378 leaves.

See Ch. 1.

Unverified; source: DAI 55A:3200.

Puster, R. W.

“Sprachanalytisches Argumentieren bei John Locke” / Rolf W. Puster. // IN: Analyomen 1 : proceedings of the 1st Conference “Perspectives in Analytical Philosophy” / edited by Georg Meggle and Ulla Wessels. – Berlin ; New York : W. de Gruyter, 1994. – (Perspektiven der analytischen Philosophie = Perspectives in analytical philosophy ; Band 1). – p. 946-955.

Abstract: PhI 1994:650.

LNL 25:9

Reprinted in: John Locke, Essay über den menschlichen Verstand / herausgegeben von Udo Thiel, p. 195-196.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Introduction” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: Locke’s philosophy : content and context / edited by G.A.J. Rogers. – p. 1-27.

Rogers, G. A. J. (ed.)

Locke’s philosophy : content and context / edited by G.A.J. Rogers. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1994. – xiii, 257 p.

Papers from the Clarendon Locke Conference, Christ Church, Oxford, September 1990.

Contains: “Introduction” / G.A.J. Rogers – “Locke at Oxford” / J.R. Milton – “The foundations of knowledge and the logic of substance” / M.R. Ayers – “The real Molyneux question and the basis of Locke’s answer” / Martha Brandt Bolton – “Locke on the freedom of the will” / Vere Chappell – “Locke on meaning and signification” / Michael Losonsky – “Solidity and elasticity in the seventeenth century” / Peter Alexander – “Rediscovering America” / James Tully – “The politics of Christianity” / Ian Harris – “John Locke and the Greek intellectual tradition” / Paschalis M. Kitromilides – “John Locke and the Polish Enlightenment” / Janina Rosicka.

Abstract: PhI 1995:713.

LNL 26:9

Rovira, R.

“Locke ante el argumento ontológico : textos y comentario” / Rogelio Rovira. // IN: Dialogo filosófico. – 10 (1994):51-69.

Unverified; source/Abstract: PhI 1994:664.

LNL 26:9

Russell, G. A.

“The impact of the Philosophus autodidactus : Pocockes, John Locke, and the Society of Friends” / G.A. Russell. // IN: The ‘Arabick’ interest of the natural philosophers in seventeenth-century England / edited by G.A. Russell. – Leiden ; New York ; Köln : E.J. Brill, 1994. – (Brill’s studies in intellectual history ; vol. 47). – p. 224-265.

Abstract: PhI 1995:719.

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Schechtman, M.

“The same and the same : two views of psychological continuity” / Marya Schechtman. // IN: American philosophical quarterly. – 31 (1994):199-212.

LNL 26:9

Schneewind, J. B.

“Locke’s moral philosophy” / J.B. Schneewind. // IN: The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – p. 199-225.

Schøsler, J.

“David-Renaud Boullier–disciple de Locke? : quelques remarques sur la question de la matière pensante” / Jørn Schøsler. // IN: Studies on Voltaire and the eighteenth century. – 323 (1994):271-277.

Schouls, P. A.

“John Locke, optimist or pessimist?” / Peter A. Schouls. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 2:no.2 (Sept. 1994):51-73.

Abstract: PhI 1994:678.

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Schreyer, R.

“The definition of definition in Locke’s Essay concerning human understanding” / Rüdiger Schreyer. // IN: Lexicographica. – 8 (1992):26-51.

Shapiro, B.

“The concept of ‘fact’ : legal origins and cultural diffusion” / Barbara Shapiro. // IN: Albion. – 26 (1994):227-252.

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Sina, M.

“John Locke, la ratio come humana facultas” / Mario Sina. // IN: Ratio : VII Colloquio internazionale, Roma, 9-11 gennaio 1992 : atti / a cura di M. Fattori e M.L. Bianchi. – Firenze : L.S. Olschki, 1994. – (Lessico intellettuale europeo ; 61). – p. 469-487.

Reprinted in: Studi su John Locke (2015), pages 155-174.

Stewart, M. A.

“Hume’s historical view of miracles” / M.A. Stewart. // IN: Hume and Hume’s connexions / edited by M.A. Stewart and John P. Wright. – Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©1994. – (Edinburgh studies in intellectual history). – p. 171-200.

Also published: University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, 1995.

LNL 25:10

Stuart, M. F.

Locke’s philosophy of natural science / Matthew F. Stuart. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Cornell University, 1994.

Unverified; source: DAI 54:4468A.

Thiel, U.

“Hume’s notions of consciousness and reflection in context” / Udo Thiel. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 2:no. 2 (Sept. 1994):75-115.

LNL 25:10

Tomida, Y.

“Senkakkei to senmentai : Rokku daishaku no renshū mondai” = [Chiliagon and Chiliaëdon : an exercise in interpreting Locke] / Tomida Yasuhiko. // IN: 京都大学総合人間学部紀要 = Kyōtō Daigaku Sōgō Ningen Gakubu kiyō = [Journal of the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies, Kyoto University]. – 1 (1994):1-11.

Unverified.

Trundle, R. C.

“St. Augustine’s epistemology : an ignored Aristotelian theme and its intriguing anticipations” / Robert C. Trundle. // IN: Laval théologique et philosophique. – 50:no. 1 (fev. 1994):187-205.

Abstract: PhI 1994:719.

Wainwright, W. J.

“The nature of reason : Locke, Swinburne, and Edwards” / William J. Wainwright. // IN: Reason and the Christian religion : essays in honour of Richard Swinburne / edited by Alan G. Padgett. – Oxford : Clarendon Press ; Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994. – p. 91-118.

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Walker, W.

“John Locke (16342-1704)” / William Walker. // IN: Eighteenth-century British and American rhetorics and rhetoricians. – See entry in Chapter 10.

Walker, W.

Locke, literary criticism, and philosophy / William Walker. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1994. – xviii, 227 p. – (Cambridge studies in eighteenth-century English literature and thought)

ISBN 0-521-45105-1

Review: A. Potkay, “Writing about experience” (1995); P. Walmsley, Locke newsletter 26 (1995):185-187; review article by A. Patterson.

LNL 26:11

Ward, D.

“The solution of the problem of personal identity via Locke, Butler and Hume” / David Ward. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 25 (1994):53-63.

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Wilson, F.

“Substance and self in Locke and Hume” / Fred Wilson. // IN: Individuation and identity in early modern philosophy : Descartes to Kant / Kenneth F. Barber and Jorge J.E. Garcia, editors. – Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1994. – p. 155-199.

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Wolterstorff, N.

“Locke’s philosophy of religion” / Nicholas Wolterstorff. // IN: The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – p. 172-198.

Wood, P. B.

“Hume, Reid and the science of the mind” / P.B. Wood. // IN: Hume and Hume’s connexions / edited by M.A. Stewart and John P. Wright. – Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©1994. – (Edinburgh studies in intellectual history). – p.119-139.

Also published: University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, 1995.

Woolhouse, R.

“Locke’s theory of knowledge” / Roger Woolhouse. // IN: The Cambridge companion to Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – p. 146-171.