Adler, J. E.

“The ethics of belief : off the wrong track” / Jonathan E. Adler. // IN: Midwest studies in philosophy. – 23 (1999):267-285.

Abstract: PhI.

Antognazza, M. R.

Trinità e incarnazione : il rapporto tra filosofia e teologia rivelata nel pensiero di Leibniz / Maria Rosa Antognazza. – Milano : Vita e Pensiero, 1999. – (Scienze filosofiche ; 64)

Unverified.

Revised English translation: Leibniz on the Trinity and the Incarnation : reason and revelation in the seventeenth century / Maria Rosa Antognazza ; translated by Gerald Parks. – New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, ©2007. – See 10, “Stillingfleet versus Locke and Toland : on clear and distinct ideas” (pages 120-134)

Asfour, A.

“Hogarth’s post-Newtonian universe” / Amal Asfour. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 60 (1999):693-716.

Atherton, M. (ed.)

The empiricists : critical essays on Locke, Berkeley, and Hume / edited by Margaret Atherton. – Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©1999. – xx, 258 p. – (Critical essays on the classics)

Includes “Introduction” (p. vii-xviii) and reprints of: “‘Ideas’ and ‘objects’ ” / Ian Tipton – “The foundations of knowledge and the logic of substance” / M.R. Ayers – “Locke, law and the laws of nature” / G.A.J. Rogers – “Locke on identity : matter, life, and consciousness” / Edwin McCann.

ISBN 0847689123; 0847689131 (pbk.)

Beck, S.

“Leibniz, Locke and I” / Simon Beck. // IN: Cogito. – 13 (1999):181-187.

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Boyd, R.

“Homeostasis, species, and higher taxa” / Richard Boyd. // IN: Species : new interdisciplinary essays / edited by R. A. Wilson. – Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©1999. – p. 141-186 [esp. 174-175]

Brown, V.

“The ‘figure’ of God and the limits of liberalism.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Buckle, S.

“British sceptical realism : a fresh look at the British tradition” / Stephen Buckle. // IN: European journal of philosophy. – 7 (1999):1-29.

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Reprinted in: (1) Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / edited by Udo Thiel (2002). – p. 1-31; and (2) John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 2.

Clark, S.

“ ‘Labouring at the resolute anvil’.” – See entry in Chapter 10.

Conn, C. H.

“Two arguments for Lockean four-dimensionalism” / Christopher H. Conn. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 7 (1999):429-446.

See reply by B. Hill, “Newton’s De gravitatione et aequipondio fluidorum and Lockean four-dimensionality” (2003)

Abstract: PhI

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Ferguson, S.

“Are Locke’s abstract ideas fictions?” / Sally Ferguson. // IN: Review of metaphysics. – 53 (1999/2000):129-140.

Abstract: PhI.

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Flew, A.

“Second thoughts about the first Enquiry” / Antony Flew. // IN: Philosophical writings. – 10 (1999):81-91.

Abstract: PhI.

Foley, R.

“Locke and the crisis of postmodern epistemology” / Richard Foley. // IN: Midwest studies in philosophy. – 23 (1999):1-20.

Abstract: PhI.

Forest, D.

“Identité et relation : Locke et les qualités de troisième espèce” / Denis Forest. // IN: Revue philosophique de la France et de l’etranger. – 124 (1999):467-479.

Abstract: PhI.

García Encinas, M. J.

“Seis o siete argumentos en pro del principio de causalidad” / María José García Encinas. // IN: Analytic philosophy at the turn of the millennium : proceedings of the International Congress = La filosofía analítica en el cambio de milenio : actas del Congreso Internacional, Santiago de Compostela, 1-4 dicembre, 1999 / edited by José L. Falguera, Uxía Rivas, José M. Sagüillo. – S. Compostela : Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, 1999. – (Cursos e congresos da Univers. de S. de Compostela ; 120). – p. 317-330 [see p. 318-319].

Abstract: PhI 2000.

García Norro, J. J. & Rovira, R.

“Estudio preliminar.” // IN: Compendio del Essayo sobre el entendimiento humano / John Locke ; estudio preliminar y traducción de Juan José García Norro y Rogelio Rovira (1999). [Locke #433A]

Unverified.

Goodin, S.

“Locke and Leibniz and the debate over species” / Susanna Goodin. // IN: New essays on the rationalists / edited by Rocco J. Gennaro and Charles Huenemann. – New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999. – p. 163-176.

Gordijn, B.

“The troublesome concept of the person” / Bert Gordijn. // IN: Theoretical medicine and bioethics. – 20 (1999):347-359.

Abstract: PhI.

Gray, E. G.

New world Babel : languages and nations in early America / Edward G. Gray. – Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1999.

See Ch. 4, “The savage word” (p. 85-111)

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Hawthorne, J. & Bovens, L.

“The preface, the lottery, and the logic of belief” / James Hawrhorne and Luc Bovens. // IN: Mind. – 108 (1999):241-264.

Abstract: PhI.

Holt, L.

“Metaphor, history, consciousness : from Locke to Dennett” / Lynn Holt. // IN: Philosophical forum. – 30 (1999):187-200.

Abstract: PhI.

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Höög, V.

Upplysning utan förnuft : begär och frihet hos Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, David Hume och Montesquieu / Victoria Höög. – Stockholm : Brutus Östlings Bokförlag Symposion, 1999.

See Del. 2, “John Locke : vanans moral och politisk makt” (p. 55-107)

Jacovides, M.

“Locke’s resemblance theses” / Michael Jacovides. // IN: Philosophical review. – 108 (1999):461-496.

See the comment by B. Hill, “ ‘Resemblance’ and Locke’s primary-secondary quality distinction” (2004)

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Jolley, N.

Locke : his philosophical thought / Nicholas Jolley. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999. – 233 p.

ISBN 0-19-875201-6; 0-19-875200-8 (pbk.)

Reviews: E.J. Lowe, Locke newsletter 30 (1999):145-148; Gideon Yaffe, British journal for the history of philosophy 8 (2000):384-386; U. Thiel, Journal of the history of philosophy 39 (2001):145-146.

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Kramnick, J. B.

“Locke’s desire” / Jonathan Brody Kramnick. // IN: Yale journal of criticism. – 12 (1999):189-208.

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Reprinted in: Theory and practice in the eighteenth century : writing between philosophy and literature / edited by Alexander Dick and Christina Lupton. – London : Pickering & Chatto, 2008. – p. 31-50.

Kushen, B.

“George Eliot and John Locke : the modalities of language and affect” / Betty Kushen. // IN: Journal of evolutionary psychology. – 20 (1999):67-91.

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Lowe, E. J.

“Locke” / E.J. Lowe. // IN: A companion to the philosophers / edited by Robert L. Arrington. – Oxford ; Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 1999. – (Blackwell companions to philosophers). – p. 369-375.

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Mackie, D.

“Animalism vs. Lockeanism : no contest” / by David Mackie. // IN: Philosophical quarterly. – 49 (1999):369-376.

Comment on H.W. Noonan, “Animalism versus Lockeanism” (1998); see also Noonan’s response, “Animalism versus Lockeanism” (2001).

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

Macnamara, J.

Through the rearview mirror : historical reflections on psychology / John MacNamara. – Cambridge, Mass. ; London : MIT Press, 1999.

See ch. 14, “John Locke : a no-nonsense developmental psychologist” (p. 125-133)

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Manchester, E. A.

Freedom, God, and empiricism in Locke / by Eric A. Manchester. – Thesis (Ph.D.)—Marquette University, 1999. – v, 299 leaves.

Unverified; source/Abstract: DAI 60A:1601.

McDermid, D.

“Thomas Reid on moral liberty and common sense” / Douglas McDermid. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 7 (1999):275-303.

Merricks, T.

“Endurance, psychological continuity, and the importance of personal identity” / Trenton Merricks. // IN: Philosophy and phenomenological research. – 49 (1999):983-997.

Abstract: PhI.

Ott, W. R.

“Locke and the idea of God : a reply to Vivienne Brown” / Walter R. Ott. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 30 (1999):67-71.

Reply to Brown, “On theological discourse in Locke’s Essay.”

Abstract: PhI 2000.

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Owen, D.

Hume’s reason / David Owen. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999.

See Ch. 3, “Locke on reasoning” (p. 30-61)

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Chapter 3 reprinted in: John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 2.

Parkin, J.

Science, religion and politics in Restoration England : Richard Cumberland’s De legibus naturae / Jon Parkin. – Woodbridge ; Rochester, NY : Royal Historical Society ; Boydell Press, 1999.

See 7, “De legibus naturae and the natural law tradition” (p. 205-222)

Parmentier, M.

Introduction à l’Essai sur l’entendement humain de Locke / Marc Parmentier. – Paris : Presses universitaires de France, 1999. – viii, 314 p. – (Les grands livres de la philosophie)

ISBN 2-13-049609-1.

Partial digital edition: Philopsis. Posted 6 décembre 2018. – 106 pages. – Available online at: http://www.philopsis.fr/spip.php?article423 [viewed 17 December 2018]

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Pécharman, M.

“Signification et langage dans l’Essai de Condillac” / Martine Pécharman. // IN: Revue de métaphysique et de morale. – 1999:81-103.

Puster, R. W.

“John Locke, die Idee des Empirismus” / von Rolf W. Puster. // IN: Philosophen des 17. Jahrhunderts : eine Einführung / herausgegeben von Lothar Kreimendahl. – Darmstadt : Primus, 1999. – p. 91-112.

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Reprinted in: Große Philosophen / mit einer Einleitung von Andreas Graeser. – Darmstadt : Primus Verlag, ©2001. – p. 446-467.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“John Locke” / G.A.J. Rogers. // IN: The Columbia history of Western philosophy / edited by Richard H. Popkin. – New York : Columbia University Press, ©1999. – p. 382-389.

Also published in: The Pimlico history of Western philosophy / edited by R.H. Popkin. – London, 1999.

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Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke, John (1632-1704)” / GAJR. // IN: The dictionary of eighteenth-century British philosophers / general editors, John W. Yolton, John Valdimir Price and John Stephens. – Bristol, England : Thoemmes Press, 1999. – vol. 2:558-564.

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Schøsler, J.

“Entre Locke et Malebranche : l’abrégé de J.P. Bosset et son ‘nouveau sistème des idées’ ” / par Jørn Schøsler. // IN: Études de linguistique et de littérature dédiées à Morten Nøjgaard / editées par Gerhard Boysen et Jørn Moestrup. – Odense : Odense University Press, ©1999. – (Études romanes de l’Université d’Odense ; vol. 25). – p. 461-476.

Unverified.

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Seberger-Forstrom, K. J.

John Locke and his predecessors on personal identity : an analysis of immortality and immateriality in the seventeenth century / Katherine Johanna Seberger-Forstrom. – Thesis (Ph.D.)—University of Washington, 1999.

Abstract: DAI 60 (2000):3398.

Unverified; source: MLA 2000:1:3367.

Senō, G.

ロック-スティリングフリ一ト論争 / 妹尾剛光 ; [価値意識研究班]. – 吹田市 : 関西大学経済・政治研究所, 1999. – (研究双書 ; 第 110册)

Rokku-Stiringufrīto ronsō = Locke-Stillingfleet controversy / Senō Gōkō ; [Kachi Ishiki Kenkyūhan]. – Osaka-fu Suita-shi : Kansai Daigaku Keizai Seiji Kenkyūjo, Heisei 11 [1999] – iii, 167 p. – (Kenkyū sōsho ; dai 110-satsu)

Serjeantson, R. W.

“Testimony and proof in early-modern England” / R. W. Serjeantson. // IN: Studies in history and philosophy of science. Part A. – 30 (1999):195-236.

Shapiro, L.

“Toward ‘perfect collections of properties’ : Locke on the constitution of substantial sorts” / Lionel Shapiro. // IN: Canadian journal of philosophy. – 29 (1999):551-592.

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Shramko, Y.

“A theory of relevant properties. 1, Reflections and definitions” / Yaroslav Shramko. // IN: Theoria. – 14 (1999):63-81.

Unverified; source/Abstract: PhI.

Simmons, A. J.

“Justification and legitimacy.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Sipière, D.

“Storia di uno scacco : statuto e morale della scienza : a proposito del Frankenstein di Kenneth Branagh” / Dominique Sipière. // IN: Il Cannocchiale. – 1999:no. 2 (maggio-agosto):103-113.

Soles, D.

Is Locke an imagist?” / David Soles. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 30 (1999):17-66.

Abstract: PhI 2000.

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Reprinted in: (1) Locke, epistemology and metaphysics / edited by Udo Thiel (2002). – p. 131-180; and (2) John Locke : critical assessemnts of leading philosophers. Series II / edited by Peter R. Anstey (2006). – vol. 2.

Stuart, M.

“Locke on natural kinds” / Matthew Stuart. // IN: History of philosophy quarterly. – 16 (1999):277-296.

Abstract: PhI

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Takita, Y.

[Locke and the Port-Royal logicians on testimony] / Y. Takita. // IN: Studies in humanities and social sciences (Nihon University). – 58 (1999):1-16.

In Japanese; unverified.

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Trigg, R.

Ideas of human nature : an historical introduction / Roger Trigg. – 2nd ed. – Oxford : Blackwell, 1999.

See Ch. 5, “Locke, 1632-1704” (p. 64-78)

Tuckness, A.

“The coherence of a mind.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Tuckness, A. S.

Toleration, morality, and the law : a Lockean approach. – See entry in Chapter 7.

Walmsley, J.

“Locke on abstraction : a response to M.R. Ayers” / Jonathan Walmsley. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 7 (1999):123-134.

Reply to Ayers, Locke (1991); see the responses by Tomida, “ ‘Separation’ of ideas reconsidered” (2005) and Ayers, “Locke’s account of abstract ideas–again” (2008).

Abstract: PhI

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Won, S.-Y.

Das Problem des Skeptizismus bei Descartes und Locke / vorgelegt von Suck-Young Won. – Diss.–Universität Göttingen, 1999. – 199 leaves.

Unverified.

Zarka, Y. C.

“The invention of the subject of the law.” – See entry in Chapter 7.