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A philosophick essay concerning ideas, according to Dr. Sherlock’s principles. – See entry for the 1705 edition.

Ayers, M.

“Natures and laws from Descartes to Hume” / Michael Ayers. // IN: The philosophical canon in the 17th and 18th centuries : essays in honour of John W. Yolton / edited by G.A.J. Rogers and Sylvana Tomaselli. – Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 1996. – p. 83-108.

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Badwal, B. S.

“Two theories of knowledge : Locke vs. stoic” / Bhajan S. Badwal. // IN: Darshana international. – 36:no. 1 (Jan. 1996):11-17.

Bakhle, S. W.

“Locke’s concept of person” / S.W. Bakhle. // IN: Journal of dharma. – 21 (1996):86-93.

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Bennett, J.

“Ideas and qualities in Locke’s Essay” / Jonathan Bennett. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 13 (1996):73-88.

Abstract: PhI 1996:523.

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Bermúdez, J. L.

“Locke, metaphysical dualism and property dualism” / José Luis Bermúdez. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 4 (1996):223-245.

Abstract: PhI 1997:519.

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Reprinted in: John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 3.

Brandt, R. & Klemme, H. F.

“John Locke (1632-1704)” / Reinhard Brandt, Heiner F. Klemme. // IN: Klassiker der Sprachphilosophie : von Platon bis Noam Chomsky / heraussgegeben von Tilman Borsche. – München : C.H. Beck, ©1996. – p. 133-146, 472-474.

Reprinted as: “Zur Sprachphilosophie.” // IN: John Locke, Essay über den menschlichen Verstand / herausgegeben von Udo Thiel, p. 169-184.

Brown, S.

“Locke as secret ‘Spinozist’ : the prespective of William Carroll” / Stuart Brown. // IN: Disguised and overt Spinozism around 1700 : papers presented at the international colloquium held at Rotterdam, 5-8 October 1994 / edited by Wiep van Bunge and Wim Klever. – (Brill’s studies in intellectual history ; vol. 69). – p. 213-234.

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Brykman, G.

“Common sensibles and common sense in Locke and Berkeley” / Geneviève Brykman. // IN: The philosophical canon in the 17th and 18th centuries : essays in honour of John W. Yolton / edited by G.A.J. Rogers and Sylvana Tomaselli. – Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 1996. – p. 109-121.

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Buickerood, J. G.

“Introduction.” // IN: A philosophick essay concerning ideas, according to Dr. Sherlock’s principles (1705). – New York : AMS Press, Inc., 1996. – p. iii-xii.

Introduction to a reprint of the 1705 edition.

Chakraborty, A.

“A critical analysis of John Locke’s criterion of personal identity” / Alpana Chakraborty. // IN: Indian philosophical quarterly. – 23 (1996):349-361.

Abstract: PhI 1997:560.

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Degenaar, M.

Molyneux’s problem : three centuries of discussion on the perception of forms / Marjolein Degenaar. – Dordrecht ; Boston ; London : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1996. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 147)

See Ch. 2, “Molyneux’s problem” (p. 17-23) and Ch. 3, “Philosophical discussions in the eighteenth century” (p. 25-52)

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Dlugos, P.

“Yolton and Rorty on the veil of ideas in Locke” / Peter Dlugos. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 13 (1996):317-329.

Abstract: PhI 1997:601.

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Duchesneau, F.

“Locke and the physical consideration of the mind” / François Duchesneau. // IN: The philosophical canon in the 17th and 18th centuries : essays in honour of John W. Yolton / edited by G.A.J. Rogers and Sylvana Tomaselli. – Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 1996. – p. 9-32.

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Ferguson, S.

“What makes Locke’s simple ideas adequate? : a response to Bermúdez” / Sally Ferguson. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 27 (1996):31-40.

Reply to Bermúdez, “The adequacy of simple ideas in Locke” (1992)

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Finnestad, T. L.

A Lockean view of personal identity / by Tove L. Finnestad. – Thesis (Ph.D.)—University of Rochester, 1996.

Abstract: DAI 57A:3971.

Unverified.

Grabowski, J. S.

“Conceptualism and consequences : the legacy of Locke’s Essay” / John S. Grabowski. // IN: Studies in religion = Sciences religieuses. – 25 (1996):273-285.

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Haakonssen, K.

Natural law and moral philosophy : from Grotius to the Scottish Enlightenment. / Knud Haakonssen. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1996.

See esp. Ch. 1.11, “John Locke” (p. 51-58)

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Hall, R.

“Locke’s apologies in the Essay” / Roland Hall. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 27 (1996):131-138.

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Herráiz Martínez, P. J.

“La aportación de Locke en el origen del análisis contemporáneo de la conciencia : la conciencia y la identidad personal en J. Locke” / Pedro J. Herráiz Martínez. // IN: Contextos (Universidad de León). – 14 (1996):227-252.

Unverified.

Holmes, L. H.

“John Locke’s rhetoric.” – See entry in Chapter 10.

Hutton, S.

“Edward Stillingfleet and Spinoza” / Sarah Hutton. // IN: Disguised and overt Spinozism around 1700 : papers presented at the international colloquium held at Rotterdam, 5-8 October 1994 / edited by Wiep van Bunge and Wim Klever. – (Brill’s studies in intellectual history ; vol. 69). – p. 261-274.

Johnstone, H. W., Jr.

“Locke and Whately on the argumentum ad hominem” / Henry W. Johnstone, Jr. // IN: Argumentation. – 10 (1996):89-97.

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Jolley, N.

“Berkeley, Malebranche, and vision in God” / Nicholas Jolley. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 34 (1996):535-548.

Reprinted in: Causality and mind (2013), pages 229-241.

Klaassen, J. A.

“Do Locke’s arguments against innate ideas apply to Kant’s doctrine of the a priori?” / Johann A. Klaassen. // IN: Philosophical writings. – 1 (1996):4-21.

Klever, W.

“Slocke, alias Locke in Spinozistic profile” / Wim Klever. // IN: Disguised and overt Spinozism around 1700 : papers presented at the international colloquium held at Rotterdam, 5-8 October 1994 / edited by Wiep van Bunge and Wim Klever. – (Brill’s studies in intellectual history ; vol. 69). – p. 235-260.

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LaPorte, J.

“Locke’s semantics and the new theory of reference to natural kinds” / Joseph LaPorte. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 27 (1996):41-64.

Abstract: PhI 1998:751.

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Losonsky, M.

“John Locke on passion, will and belief” / Michael Losonsky. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 4 (1996):267-283.

Abstract: PhI 1997:758.

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

Lowe, E. J.

Subjects of experience / E.J. Lowe. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1996. – (Cambridge studies in philosophy)

See Ch. 6, “Language, thought and imagination” (p. 162-181)

Martínez Liébana, I.

El problema del conocimiento del mundo externo en Descartes, Locke y Berkeley / Ismael Martínez Liébana. – Madrid : Editorial EOS, 1996. – 71 p.

McInnis, R. G.

“Discursive communities/interpretive communities : the new logic, John Locke, and dictionary-making, 1660-1760” / Raymond G. McInnis ; with the assistance of Amy L. Lindemuth. // IN: Social epistemology. – 10 (1996):107-122.

Abstract: ISIS 96:2164.

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Morsberger, K. M.

“John Locke’s An essay concerning human understanding : the ‘Bible’ of the Enlightenment” / Katharine M. Morsberger. // IN: Studies in eighteenth-century culture. – 25 (1996):1-19.

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Odegard, D.

“Locke as a fallibilist” / Douglas Odegard. // IN: Dialogue (Montréal). – 35 (1996):473-484.

Abstract: PhI 1997:821.

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O’Neal, J. C.

The authority of experience : sensationist theory in the French Enlightenment / John C. O’Neal. – University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, 1996.

See esp. Ch. 1, “Condillac and the meaning of experience” (p. 13-59)

Otabe, T.

“Die moderne Eigentumslehre und der Begriff der Kunst zur Politik der modernen Asthetik” / Otabe Tanehisa. // IN: Journal of the Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo, Aesthetics. – 21 (1996):141-152.

Owen, D.

“A Lockean theory of memory experience” / David Owen. // IN: Philosophy and phenomenological research. – 56 (1996):319-332.

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Reprinted in: John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 2.

Patterson, A.

“Locke and keys : Locke studies after Richard Ashcraft.” – See entry in Chapter 2.

Remnant, P. & Bennett, J.

“Introduction.” // IN: New essays on human understanding / G.W. Leibniz ; translated and edited by Peter Remnant and Jonathan Bennett. – New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996. – (Cambridge texts in the history of philosophy). – p. vii-xxx.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Innate ideas and the ancient philosophy in Cudworth’s epistemology” / by G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: Mind senior to the world : stoicismo e origenismo nella filosofia platonica del seicento inglese / a cura di Marialuisa Baldi. – Milano : FrancoAngeli, ©1996. – p. 149-161.

Abstract: PhI 1997:877.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke and the sceptical challenge” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: The philosophical canon in the 17th and 18th centuries : essays in honour of John W. Yolton / edited by G.A.J. Rogers and Sylvana Tomaselli. – Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 1996. – p. 49-66.

Revised version in: Locke’s Enlightenment (1998), p. 33-48.

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Sarasohn, L. T.

Gassendi’s ethics : freedom in a mechanistic universe / Lisa T. Sarasohn. – Ithaca ; London : Cornell University Press, 1966.

See Ch. 8, “Gassendi and Locke” (p. 168-197)

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New

Schechtman, M.

The constitution of selves / Marya Schechtman. – Ithaca ; London : Cornell University Press, 1996.

See pages 15-17, 51-54, 105-112.

ISBN 0-8014-3167-0.

Schouls, P. A.

“Locke ‘the father of modernity’? : a discussion of Wolterstorff’s John Locke and the ethics of belief” / P.A. Schouls. // IN: Philosophia reformata. – 61 (1996):175-195.

A discussion of Wolterstorff, John Locke and the ethics of belief (1996).

Abstract: PhI 1997:900.

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Specht, R.

“Ideen von mehr oder weniger Süße oder Licht” / Rainer Specht. // IN: Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung. – 50 (1996):291-308.

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Squadrito, K.

“Are Locke’s simple ideas abstract?” / Kathy Squadrito. // IN: Dialogos. – 31:no.68 (1996):155-163.

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Stewart, M. A.

“Abstraction and representation in Locke, Berkeley and Hume” / M.A. Stewart. // IN: The philosophical canon in the 17th and 18th centuries : essays in honour of John W. Yolton / edited by G.A.J. Rogers and Sylvana Tomaselli. – Rochester, N.Y. : University of Rochester Press, 1996. – p. 123-147.

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Italian translation (with minor corrections and revisions): “Astrazione e rappresentazione in Locke, Berkeley e Hume” / M. A. Stewart. // IN: Dianoia. – 3 (1998):77-107. – Unverified.

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Stewart, M. A. & Savage, R. E.

“The Nidditch Locke on disk : some cautions” / M.A. Stewart and Ruth Evelyn Savage. // IN: Locke newsletter. 27 (1996):139-146.

Abstract: PhI 1998:947.

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Stuart, M.

“Locke’s geometrical analogy” / Matthew Stuart. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 13 (1996):461-467.

Abstract: PhI 1997:940.

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Takeshima, H.

ロック・ヒューム小論. – 明和町(三重県) : 竜汀荘, 1996.

Rokku Hyūmu shōron. – Meiwachō (Mieken) : Ryūteisō, 1996. – 218 p.

Unverified.

Thiel, U.

“Locke, John (1632-1704).” – See entry in Chapter 2.

Tipton, I.

“Locke, knowledge and its limits” / Ian Tipton. // IN: British philosophy and the age of enlightenment / edited by Stuart Brown. – London ; New York : Routledge, 1996. – (Routledge history of philosophy ; vol. 5). – p. 69-95.

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Tomida, Y.

“The imagist interpretation of Locke revisited : a reply to Ayers” / Yasuhiko Tomida. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 27 (1996):13-30.

Reply to M. Ayers, Locke (1991).

Reprinted in: Locke, Berkeley, Kant (2012). – p. 48-63; revised version of an article in Japanese, published 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]. – 2 (1995):33–44.

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Unwin, N.

“Locke on language and real essences : a defense” / Nicholas Unwin. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 13 (1996):205-219.

Abstract: PhI 1996:937.

Reprinted in Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / edited by Udo Thiel (2002), p. 435-449.

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Vienne, J.-M.

Assent chez les platoniciens de Cambridge” / par Jean-Michel Vienne. // IN: Mind senior to the world : stoicismo e origenismo nella filosofia platonica del seicento inglese / a cura di Marialuisa Baldi. – Milano : FrancoAngeli, ©1996. – p. 55-74.

Wainwright, A. W.

“Reason, revelation, and experience in the hymns of Addison and Watts.” – See entry in Chapter 5.

Walker, W.

“The determination of Locke, Hume, and Fielding” / William Walker. // IN: Eighteenth-century life. – 20:no. 2 (May 1996):70-93.

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Wendler, D.

“Locke’s acceptance of innate concepts” / Dave Wendler. // IN: Australasian journal of philosophy. – 74 (1996):467-483.

Abstract: PhI 1997:985.

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Wiggins, D.

“Language, the great conduit : why anything goes is not the right approach” / D. Wiggins. // IN: Times literary supplement. – 12 April 1996:15.

Unverified.

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Williams, C.

“Christian materialism and the parity thesis” / Clifford Williams. // IN: International journal for the philosophy of religion. – 39 (1996):1-14.

See also a comment by J.P. Moreland, “Locke’s parity thesis about thinking matter” (1998).

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Winkler, K. P.

“Editor’s introduction.” // IN: An essay concerning human understanding / John Locke ; abridged and edited, with an introduction and notes, by Kenneth P. Winkler (1996). – p. ix-xxv.

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Winkler, K. P.

“Hutcheson and Hume on the color of virtue” / Kenneth P. Winkler. // IN: Hume studies. – 22 (1996):3-22.

Wolterstorff, N.

John Locke and the ethics of belief / Nicholas Wolterstorff. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1996. – xxi, 248 p. – (Cambridge studies in religion and critical thought)

ISBN 0-521-55118-8

Reviews: Schouls, “Locke ‘the father of modernity’?” (1996); V. Nuovo, Journal of theological studies 48 (1997):334-338; D. Owen, Locke newsletter 30 (1999):103-127.

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Woolhouse, R. S.

“Locke” / R.S. Woolhouse. // IN: The Blackwell companion to philosophy / edited by Nicholas Bunnin and E.P. Tsui-James. – Oxford : Blackwell, 1996. – p. 541-554.

Wykes, D. L.

“The contribution of the Dissenting academy to the emergence of Rational Dissent” / David L. Wykes. // IN: Enlightenment and religion : Rational Dissent in eighteenth-century Britain / edited by Knud Haakonssen. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1996. – (Ideas in context ; 41). – p. 99-139.

Yolton, J. S.

“Locke’s copy of the Extract (Abregé) of his Essay (1688)?” / Jean S. Yolton. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 4 (1996):149-151.

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Yolton, J. W.

Perception & reality : a history from Descartes to Kant / John W. Yolton. – Ithaca ; London : Cornell University Press, 1996. – xi, 240 p.

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Zack, N.

Bachelors of science : seventeenth-century identity, then and now / Naomi Zack. – Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1996. – (Themes in the history of philosophy)

See esp. Ch. 5, “Locke’s forensic self” (p. 68-83)

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