Ayers, M.

“Locke, John (1632-1704)” / Michael Ayers. // IN: Routledge encyclopdia of philosophy / general editor, Edward Craig. – London ; New York : Routledge, 1998. – vol. 5:655-687.

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Balibar, E.

Identité et difference : l’invention de la conscience … / présenté, traduit et commenté par Étienne Balibar (1998). – See entry in Part I [Locke #377A].

Balibar, E.

[Introduction]. // IN: Identité et difference : l’invention de la conscience … / présenté, traduit et commenté par Étienne Balibar (1998). – Paris : Éditions du Seuil, ©1998. – 324 p. – (Points. Essais ; 367)

Unverified.

English translation: Identity and difference : John Locke and the invention of consciousness / Étienne Balibar ; edited and with an introduction by Stella Sandford ; translated by Warren Montag. – London ; New York : Verso, 2013. – XLVI, 158 p. – Includes introduction “The incomplete Locke” / Stella Sandford (pp. XI-XLVI). – ISBN 978-1-78168-135-0. 978-1-78168-134-3 (pbk.)

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Blackwell, C.

“Zur Traditionskonstruktion der Naturphilosophie bei Johann Jakob Brucker” / Constance Blackwell. // IN: Dialektik. – 1998:1:73-86.

Abstract: PhI.

Bobro, M. E.

“Thinking machines and moral agency in Leibniz’s Nouveau essais” / by Marc E. Bobro. // IN: Studia leibnitiana. – 30(1998):178-193.

Abstract: PhI.

Bolton, M. B.

“Locke, Leibniz, and the logic of mechanism” / Martha Brandt Bolton. // IN: Journal of the history of philosophy. – 36 (1998):189-213.

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Bongie, L. L.

“Hume and skepticism in late eighteenth-century France” / Laurence L. Bongie. // IN: The skeptical tradition around 1800 : skepticism in philosophy, science, and society / edited by Johan van der Zande and Richard H. Popkin. – Dordrecht ; Boston ; London : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1998. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 155). – p. 15-29.

Boxill, B. R.

“Radical implications of Locke’s moral theory : the views of Frederick Douglass” / Bernard R. Boxill. // IN: Subjugation and bondage : critical essays on slavery and social philosophy / [edited by] Tommy L. Lott. – Lanham, Md. ; Oxford : Rowman & Littlefield, ©1998. – p. 29-48.

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Brown, V.

“On theological discourse in Locke’s Essay” / Vivienne Brown. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 29 (1998):39-57.

Abstract: PhI 2000.

See a reply by W.R. Ott, “Locke and the idea of God” (1999).

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Bryson, C. B.

“Mary Astell, defender of the ‘disembodied mind’” / Cynthia B. Bryson. // IN: Hypatia. – 13:no.4 (fall 1998):40-62.

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Chappell, V. (ed.)

Locke / edited by Vere Chappell. – Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1998. – viii, 327 p. – (Oxford readings in philosophy)

Reprints of previously-published articles; includes: “Introduction” / Vere Chappell – “The foundations of knowledge and the logic of substance : the structure of Locke’s general philosophy” / Michael R. Ayers – “Locke and the issue over innateness” / Margaret Atherton – “Locke and representative perception” / J.L. Mackie – “Locke on qualities” / John Campbell – “Locke on the freedom of the will” / Vere Chappell – “Substances, substrata, and names of substances in Locke’s Essay / Martha Brandt Bolton – “Substratum” / Jonathan Bennett – “Locke on personal identity” / Kenneth P. Winkler – “Locke on language” / E.J. Ashworth – “The inessentiality of Lockean essences” / Margaret Atherton – “The relevance of Locke’s theory of ideas to his doctrine of nominal essence and anti-essentialist semantic theory” / Martha Brandt Bolton – “Locke—‘Our knowledge, which all consists in propositions’ ” / Ruth Mattern – “Lockean mechanism” / Edwin McCann – “Moral science and the concept of persons in Locke” / Ruth Mattern – “Locke and the ethics of belief” / J.A. Passmore.

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Chappell, V.

“Locke on the suspension of desire” / Vere Chappell. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 29 (1998):23-38.

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Revised version included in: John Locke, An essay concerning human understanding in focus / edited by Gary Fuller, Robert Stecker and John P. Wright (2000), p. 236-248.

Charles, S.

“Les enjeux de l’éducation pour la critique lockienne des idées innées” / Syliane Charles. // IN: Παιδεια = Paideia. – Paper delivered at the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998.

Available online at: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeCha2.htm

Clark, S. H.

“‘The whole internal world his own’ : Locke and metaphor reconsidered” / S.H. Clark. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 59 (1998):241-265.

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Downing, L.

“The status of mechanism in Locke’s Essay” / Lisa Downing. // IN: Philosophical review. – 107 (1998):381-414.

Abstract: PhI.

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

Esselstrom, D. D.

John Locke and discourse. – See entry in Chapter 10.

Flew, A.

“Locke and the problem of personal identity” [reprint, with a postscript dated 1996]. – See the entry for the original 1951 publication.

Freuler, L.

“Métaphysique et morale de Descartes à Kant” / Léo Freuler. // IN: Revue de métaphysique et de morale.1998:219-236.

Garber, D. & Ayers, M. (ed.)

The Cambridge history of seventeenth-century philosophy / edited by Daniel Garber, Michael Ayers ; with the assistance of Roger Ariew and Alan Gabbey. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1998. – 2 vols. (xvii, 1616 p.)

ISBN 0-521-58864-2.

Gendler, T. S.

“Exceptional persons : on the limits of imaginary cases” / Tamar Szabó Gendler. // IN: Journal of consciousness studies. – 5 (1998):592-610.

Reprinted in: Models of the self / edited by Shaun Gallagher and Jonathan Shear. – Thorverton : Imprint Academic, ©1999. – p. 447-465.

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González Gallego, A.

Antropología filosófica : del “subjectum” al sujeto / Agustín González Gallego. – 1. ed. – Barcelona : Montesinos, 1998. – 118 p. – (Biblioteca de divulgación temática ; 50)

ISBN 84-763-9071-8.

Unverified.

Goodin, S.

“Why knowledge of the internal constitution is not the same as knowledge of the real essence and why this matters” / Susanna Goodin. // IN: Southwest philosophy review. – 14:no. 1 (Jan. 1998):149-155.

Unverified; source: PhI 1999.

Haakonssen, K.

“Divine/natural law theories in ethics” / Knud Haakonssen. // IN: The Cambridge history of seventeenth-century philosophyDivine/natural law theories in ethics" / Knud Haakonssen. // IN: The Cambridge history of seventeenth-century philosophy / edited by Daniel Garber and Michael Ayers. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998. – p. 1317-1357 [1345-1350].

Hall, R.

“Locke’s doctrine of signification” / Roland Hall. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 29 (1998):85-104.

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Hampsher-Monk, I.

“Burke and the religious sources of skeptical conservatism” / Iain Hampsher-Monk. // IN: The skeptical tradition around 1800 : skepticism in philosophy, science, and society / edited by Johan van der Zande and Richard H. Popkin. – Dordrecht ; Boston ; London : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1998. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 155). – p. 235-259.

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Hansen, H. V.

“Locke and Whately on the ‘argumentum ad ignorantiam’ ” / H. Vilhelm Hansen. // IN: Philosophy and rhetoric. – 31 (1998):55-63.

Abstract: PhI 1998:678.

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Herbert, R. T.

“Dualism/materialism” / by R.T. Herbert. // IN: Philosophical quarterly. – 48 (1998):145-158.

Abstract: PhI 1998:690.

Jackson, F. & Pettit, P.

“A problem for expressivism” / Frank Jackson & Philip Pettit. // IN: Analysis. – 58 (1998):239-251.

See Smith & Stoljar, “Is there a Lockean argument against expressivism” (2003); and the response by Jackson & Pettit, “Locke, expressivism, conditionals” (2003).

Keating, L.

“Reconsidering the basis of Locke’s primary-secondary quality distinction” / Laura Keating. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 6 (1998):169-192.

Reprinted in Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / edited by Udo Thiel (2002), p. 213-236.

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Krishnan, R. S.

“ ‘The shortness of our present state’ : Locke’s ‘time’ and Johnson’s ‘eternity’ in Rasselas” / R.S. Krishnan. // IN: Journal of evolutionary psychology. – 19 (1998):2-9.

Langton, R.

Kantian humility : our ignorance of things in themselves / Rae Langton. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1998.

See Ch. 7, “A comparison with Locke” (p. 140-161)

Lavine, T. Z.

“The contemporary significance of the American philosophic tradition : Lockean and redemptive” / Thelma Z. Lavine. // IN: Reading Dewey : interpretations for a postmodern generation / edited by Larry A. Hickman. – Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©1998. – p. 217-230.

Lennon, T. M.

“Bennett on ideas and qualities in Locke’s Essay” / Thomas M. Lennon. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 29 (1998):13-21.

Abstract: PhI 2000.

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Manent, P.

The city of man. – See entry for French original (1994).

Martin, R.

“Was Spinoza a person?” / Raymond Martin. // IN: Pragmatic idealism : critical essays on Nicholas Rescher’s System of pragmatic idealism / edited by Azel Wüstehube and Michael Quante. – Amsterdam ; Atlanta, Ga. : Rodopi, 1998. – (Poznań studies in the philosophy of the sciences and the humanities ; vol. 64). – p. 111-118.

Abstract: PhI 1999.

Martin, R., Barresi, J. & Giovannelli, A.

“Fission examples in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century personal identity debate” / Raymond Martin, John Barresi, and Alessandro Giovannelli. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 15 (1998):323-348.

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Martínez Liébana, I.

“Notas sobre la doble idea de sensación en la filosofía de la modernidad” / Ismael Martínez Liébana. // IN: Revista de filosofía (Madrid). – 3a. época:11 (1998):275-283.

Moreland, J. P.

“Locke’s parity thesis about thinking matter : a response to Williams” / J.P. Moreland. // IN: Religious studies. – 34 (1998):253-259.

Reply to Clifford Williams, “Christian materialism and the parity thesis” (1996).

Abstract: PhI 1998:811.

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Motooka, W.

The age of reasons : Quixotism, sentimentalism and political economy in eighteenth-century Britain / Wendy Motooka. – London ; New York : Routledge, 1998. – (Routledge studies in social and political thought ; 12)

See esp. Ch. 1, “Turning authority into jest” (p. 32-73)

Nee, L. D.

Lockean rhetoric and toleration : the place of language in the thought of John Locke / by Laurence Dudley Nee. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Dallas, 1998. – 425 leaves.

Unverified.

Noonan, H. W.

“Animalism versus Lockeanism : a current controversy” / by Harold W. Noonan. // IN: Philosophical quarterly. – 48 (1998):302-318.

See comment by D. Mackie, “Animalism vs. Lockeanism” (1999); and Noonan’s response, “Animalism versus Lockeanism” (2001).

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Reissued in Philosophical quarterly vol. 57 (August 2007) virtual issue on personal identity.

Pappas, G. S.

“Epistemology in the empiricists” / George S. Pappas. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 15 (1998):285-302.

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

Pitassi, M.-C.

“Une résurrection pour quel corps et pour quel humanité?” – See entry in Chapter 5.

Pititto, R.

“Semiotics as methodology of sign and/or new metaphysics” / Rocco Pititto. // IN: Metalogicon. – 11 (1998):49-58.

Unverified.

Ramírez, J.

Les arrets escèptiques i providencialistes del pensament contemporani / Jordi Ramírez. – [Barcelona] : Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 1998. – 164 p.

ISBN 84-89829-95-0.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Harrington, Locke and Aristotle : the natural and the unnatural in commonwealth and nature” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: James Harrington and the notion of commonwealth … / edited by Luc Borot. – Montpellier : Université Paul-Valéry, 1998. – (Collection Astræa ; no 6). – p. 131-150.

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Rogers, G. A. J.

“Nature, man and God in the English Enlightenment.” // IN: Locke’s Enlightenment (1998). – p. 173-189.

Slightly updated version in: Religion, reason and nature in early modern Europe / edited by Robert Crocker. – Dordrecht ; Boston ; London : Kluwer Academic, c2001. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 180). – p. 139-158.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Stillingfleet, Locke and the Trinity.” – See entry in Chapter 5.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“The writing of Locke’s Essay concerning human understanding.” // IN: Locke’s Enlightenment (1998). – p. 1-22.

Based in part on the introduction to Locke’s philosophy (1994).

German translation: “Zur Entstehungsgeschichte des Essay concerning human understanding.” // IN: John Locke, Essay über den menschlichen Verstand / herausgegeben von Udo Thiel, p. 11-38.

Rorty, R.

“The contingency of philosophical problems” / Richard Rorty. // IN: Wahrheit und Geschichte : ein Kolloquium zu Ehren des 60. Geburtstages von Lorenz Krüger / herausgegeben von Wolfgang Carl und Lorraine Daston. – Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1999. – p. 39-52.

Reprinted as: “The contingency of philosophical problems : Michael Ayers on Locke.” // IN: Truth and progress / Richard Rorty. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1998. – (Philosophical papers ; vol. 3). – p. 274-289.

Rovane, C.

The bounds of agency : an essay in revisionary metaphysics / Carol Rovane. – Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1998.

See Part I, “Lessons from Locke” (p. 3-124)

Abstract: PhI 1998:893.

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Scheibe, E.

“Wie argumentieren Philosophen? : eine Fallstudie” / Erhard Scheibe. // IN: Amicus Plato magis amica veritas : Festschrift für Wolfgang Wieland zum 65. Geburtstag / herausgegeben von Rainer Enskat. – Berlin ; New York : W. de Gruyter, 1998. – p. 219-227.

Schneewind, J. B.

The invention of autonomy : a history of modern moral philosophy / J.B. Schneewind. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1998.

See 8, “The collapse of modern natural law : Locke and Thomasius” (p. 141-166)

Simone, R.

“The early modern period” / Raffaele Simone. // IN: History of linguistics. Volume 3, Renaissance and early modern linguistics / edited by Giulio Lepschy. – London ; New York : Longman, 1998. – (Longman linguistics library). – p. 149-236.

See esp. 2.8, “Hobbes and Locke” (p. 176-182)

Translated from the Italian ed.: [Milano] : Il Mulino, 1992.

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Specht, R.

“Zum Verhältnis von Wissen und wahrem Urteil in Locke’s ‘Essay’ ” / Rainer Specht. // IN: Amicus Plato magis amica veritas : Festschrift für Wolfgang Wieland zum 65. Geburtstag / herausgegeben von Rainer Enskat. – Berlin ; New York : W. de Gruyter, 1998. – p. 228-251.

Springborg, P.

“Astell, Masham, and Locke.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Stanford, P. K.

“Reference and natural kind terms : the real essence of Locke’s view” / by P. Kyle Stanford. // IN: Pacific philosophical quarterly. – 79 (1998):78-97.

Abstract: PhI 1998:942.

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

Stanley, J.

“Persons and their properties” / by Jason Stanley. // IN: Philosophical quarterly. – 48 (1998):159-175.

Abstract: PhI 1998:942.

Stuart, M.

“Locke on superaddition and mechanism” / Matthew Stuart. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 6 (1998):351-379.

Abstract: PhI 1999:

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Reprinted in (1) Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / edited by Udo Thiel (2002). – p. 183-211; and (2) John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 3.

Sutton, J.

Philosophy and memory traces : Descartes to connectionism / John Sutton. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1998.

See Ch. 7, “John Locke and the neurophilosophy of self” (p. 157-176) and Ch. 9, “Spirits, body, and self” (p. 189-213)

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Takita, Y.

[John Locke on probability] / Y. Takita. // IN: Studies in humanities and social sciences (Nihon University). – 56 (1998):1-15.

In Japanese; unverified.

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Thiel, U.

“Locke and eighteenth-century materialist conceptions of personal identity” / Udo Thiel. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 29 (1998):59-83.

Abstract: PhI 2000.

Reprinted in Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / edited by Udo Thiel (2002). – p. 355-379.

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New

Thiel, U.

“Personal identity” / Udo Thiel. // IN: The Cambridge history of seventeenth-century philosophy / edited by Daniel Garber and Michael Ayers. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998. – Pages 868-912.

Walmsley, J. C.

John Locke’s natural philosophy (1632-1671). – See entry in Chapter 9.

Winkler, K. P.

“Collins, Anthony (1676-1729)” / Kenneth P. Winkler. // IN: Routledge encyclopedia of philosophy / edited by Edward Craig. – London ; New York : Routledge, 1998. – volume 2:415-419.

Wolff, L.

“When I imagine a child : the idea of childhood and the philosophy of memory in the Enlightenment” / Larry Wolff. // IN: Eighteenth-century studies. – 31 (1997/98):377-401.

Yaffe, G. D.

Liberty worth the name : beyond Hobbesean compatibilism / Gideon Daniel Yaffe. – Thesis (Ph.D.)—Stanford University, 1998. – ix, 372 leaves.

Unverified; source/Abstract: DAI 59:3031.

Young, B. W.

Religion and enlightenment in eighteenth-century England. – See entry in Chapter 5.