Ajzenstat, J.

The Canadian founding : John Locke and parliament / Janet Ajzenstat. – Montreal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, ©2007. – xvi, 199 p. – (McGill-Queen’s studies in the history of ideas ; 44)

ISBN 9780773531529 (bound); 9780773532243 (pbk.)

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Arneil, B.

“Citizens, wives, latent citizens and non-citizens in the Two treatises : a legacy of inclusion, exclusion and assimilation” / Barbara Arneil. // IN: “John Locke through the centuries …” / edited by James G. Buickerood and Earle Havens. // IN: Eighteenth-century thought. – 3 (2007):207-233.

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Baranzelli, D. A.

“Etica del trabajo y etica de la acumulación en Locke” / Dante A. Baranzelli. // IN: Revista de filosofía y teoría política. – 38 (2007):11-33.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Unverified.

Barber, S. A.

“Liberalism and the Constitution” / by Sotirios A. Barber. // IN: Liberalism, old and new / edited by Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr., and Jeffrey Paul. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007. – p. 234-265.

Brooks, T. (ed.)

Locke and law / edited by Thom Brooks. – Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2007. – xx, 499 p. – (Philosophers and law).

Contents: Part I, Natural law and natural rightsPart II, PropertyPart III, AbortionPart IV, Constitutional lawPart V, Law and societyPart VI, PunishmentPart VII, Tolerance and civil disobedience

ISBN 978-0-7546-2678-7.

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Brunner, J.

“Modern times : law, temporality and happiness in Hobbes, Locke and Bentham” / José Brunner. // IN: Theoretical inquiries in law. – 8 (2007):277-310.

See 2, “John Locke : the appropriation of past and future by the present” (p. 291-299)

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Butler, M. A.

“Afterword : roots and shoots : revisiting Locke's attack on patriarchy” / Melissa A. Butler. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 123-130.

Accompanies reprint of “Early liberal roots of feminism” (1979)

Carver, T.

“Gender and narrative in Locke’s Two treatises of government” / Terrell Carver. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 187-212.

Based on Chapter 7 of Men in political theory (2004)

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Castilla Urbano, F.

“El estado de naturaleza, la posición original y el problema de la memoria historica” / Francisco Castilla Urbano. // IN: Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía. – 24 (2007):171-192.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Unverified.

Corcoran, P.

“John Locke on the possession of land : native title vs. the ‘principle’ of vacuum domicilium” / Paul Corcoran. – Paper presented to the Australasian Political Studies Association, Monash University, 24-26 September 2007.

Available online at: http://arts.monash.edu.au/psi/news-and-events/apsa/refereed-papers/political-theory/corcoran.pdf.

De Andrade, L. F.

“Considerações sobre o fundamento moral da propriedade” / Luiz Felipe De Andrade. // IN: Kriterion. – 48 (2007):219-234.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Unverified.

Gaba, J. M.

“John Locke and the meaning of the takings clause” / Jeffrey M. Gaba. // IN: Missouri law review. – 72 (2007):525-579.

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Galgano, F.

“John Locke azionista della compagnie coloniali : una chiave di lettura del ‘Secondo trattato sul governo’ ” / Francesco Galgano. // IN: Dimensioni e problemi della ricerca storica. – 2007:77-91.

Unverified.

Also published in: Contratto e impresa. – 23 (2007):327-341.

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Garnsey, P.

Thinking about property : from antiquity to the age of revolution / Peter Garnsey. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007. – (Ideas in context ; 90)

See esp. p. 142-154.

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Goldie, M.

“Mary Astell and John Locke” / Mark Goldie. // IN: Mary Astell : reason, gender, faith / edited by William Kolbrener and Michal Michelson. – Aldershot, Hants., England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2007. – p. 65-85.

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Hampsher-Monk, I. & Zimmerman, K.

“Liberal constitutionalism and Schmitt’s critique” / Iain Hampsher-Monk and Keith Zimmerman. // IN: History of political thought. – 28 (2007):678-695.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Harris, I.

“The legacy of Two treatises of government” / Ian Harris. // IN: “John Locke through the centuries …” / edited by James G. Buickerood and Earle Havens. // IN: Eighteenth-century thought. – 3 (2007):143-167.

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Hindess, B.

“Locke’s state of nature” / Barry Hindess. // IN: History of the human sciences. – 20:no. 3 (August 2007):1-20.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

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Hirschmann, N. J.

“Intersectionality before intersectionality was cool : the importance of class to feminist interpretations of Locke” / Nancy J. Hirschmann. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 155-186.

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Hirschmann, N. J. & McClure, K. M.

“Introduction : Johnny, we hardly knew ye” / Nancy J. Scrschmann and Kirstie M. McClure. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 1-15.

Hirschmann, N. J. & McClure, K. M. (eds.)

Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure. – University Park, Pa. : The Pennsylvania State University Press, ©2007. – xi, 336 p. – (Re-reading the canon)

Contents.

ISBN 978-0-271-02952-8. 978-0-271-02953-5 (pbk.)

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Hulliung, M.

The social contract in America : from the Revolution to the present age / Mark Hulliung. – Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, ©2007. – (American political thought)

See Ch. 1, “Principles, forms, foundations” (p. 11-42); Ch. 2, “Social contracts in Ante-bellum America” (p. 43-75); and Ch. 5, “Declarations of independence” (p. 141-172)

Review essay by H. L. Eicholz, “Pufendorf, Grotius, and Locke” (2009).

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Kane, J.

“Man the maker versus man the taker : Locke’s theory of property as a theory of just settlement” / John Kane. // IN: Eighteenth-century thought. – 3 (2007):235-253.

An earlier version of this paper was presented at the conference “Civility, philosophy and public debate : a conference marking the 300th anniversary of the death of John Locke (1632-1704)” Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Brisbane, 12-14 July 2004.

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Kelly, P.

Locke’s Second treatise of government : a reader’s guide / Paul Kelly. – London ; New York ; Continuum, 2007. – vi, 164 p. – (Continuum reader’s guides)

ISBN 978-0-8264-9265-4. 978-0-8264-9266-5 (pbk.)

Unverified.

Korean translation: 로크의 『통치론』 입문 = Lock’s Second treatise of government / 폴 켈리 지음 ; 김성호 옮김. – 파주 : 서광사, 2018. – (서광사 ; 2213). — Rokeu ui Tongchiron immun / [translated by Seongho Gim]. – Paju : Seogwansa, 2018. – 260 pages. – ISBN 978-903-062-2134. – Unverified..

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Kessler, M.

“Responsibility within politics : the origin of Locke’s idea of equality” / Michael Kessler. // IN: Counter-experiences : reading Jean-Luc Marion / edited by Kevin Hart. – Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, ©2007. – p. 357-379.

Kildow, H.

Legitimating tacit consent in John Locke’s political theory / by Harold Kildow. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Fordham University, 2007. – 257 leaves.

Unverified.

Klausen, J. C.

“Room enough : America, natural liberty, and consent in Locke’s Second Treatise” / Jimmy Casas Klausen. // IN: Journal of politics. – 69 (2007):760-769.

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Kleinerman, B. A.

“Can the prince really be tamed? : executive prerogative, popular apathy, and the constitutional frame in Locke’s Second treatise” / Benjamin A. Kleinerman. // IN: American political science review. – 101 (2007):209-222.

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Kuschnir, A.

“Derecho de propiedad y deber de caridad en John Locke” / Ana Kuschnir. // IN: Misantropía, filantropía, apatía / compilado por Paula Hunziker, Natalia Lerussi. – 1o editión. – Córdoba : Editorial Brujas, 2007. – (Cuadernos de nombres ; 4). – pages 101-108.

Unverified.

Manchester, E.

“Locke on bodily rights and the immorality of abortion : a neglected liberal perspective” / Eric Manchester. // IN: Life and learning XVI : proceedings of the sixteenth University Faculty for Life conference at Villanova University, 2006 / edited by Joseph W. Koterski. – Washington, D.C. : University Faculty for Life, ©2007. – p. 383-409.

Available online at http://www.uffl.org/vol16/manchester06.pdf [viewed 2 August 2009]

Manly, S.

Language, custom and nation in the 1790s : Locke, Tooke, Wordsworth, Edgeworth. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Marens, R.

“Returning to Rawls : social contracting, social justice, and transcending the limitations of Locke” / Richard Marens. // IN: Journal of business ethics. – 75 (2007):63-76.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Michelson, M.

“ ‘Our religion and liberties’ : Mary Astell’s Christian political polemics” / Michal Michelson. // IN: Virtue, liberty, and toleration : political ideas of European women, 1400-1800 / edited by Jacqueline Broad and Karen Green. – Dordrecht : Springer, ©2007. – (The new Synthese historical library : texts and studies in the history of philosophy ; vol. 63). – p. 123-136.

Milton, P.

“Locke the plotter? : Ashcraft’s Revolutionary politics reconsidered” / Philip Milton. // IN: Locke studies. – 7 (2007):51-112.

On Ashcraft, Revolutionary politics and Locke’s Two treatises of government (1986)

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Monohan, A. P.

The circle of rights expands : modern political theory after the reformation, 1521 (Luther) to 1762 (Rousseau) / Arthur P. Monohan. – Montréal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, ©2007. – (McGill-Queen’s studies in the history of ideas ; 43)

See “John Locke” (p. 162-190)

Nacol, E. C.

Dimensions of risk in early modern British political thought / by Emily C. Nacol. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Chicago, 2007. – xi, 168 p.

Unverified.

O’Brien, J.

“John Locke, desire, and the epistemology of money.” – See entry in Chapter 8.

Parkin, J.

Taming the Leviathan : the reception of the political and religious ideas of Thomas Hobbes in England 1640-1700 / Jon Parkin. – Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007. – (Ideas in context ; 82)

See esp. “Covert Hobbism in the late 1650s and early 1660s” (p. 204-211) – “Hobbes and natural law : Robert Sharrock’s Hypothesis ethike and Locke’ ‘Essays on the law of nature’ (p. 211-214) – “Hobbes, Hobbism and politics 1679-1684” (p. 361-368) – “Locke’s Hobbism” (p. 397-402)

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Pateman, C. & Brennan, T.

“Afterword : mere auxiliaries to the commonwealth in an age of globalization” / Carole Pateman and Teresa Brennan. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 75-90.

Accompanies reprint of “ ‘Mere auxiliaries to the commonwealth’ : women and the origins of liberalism” (1979)

Pateman, C. & Mills, C.

Contract and domination / Carole Pateman and Charles Mills. – Cambridge : Polity, 2007.

See esp. 2, “The settler contract” / Carole Pateman (p. 35-78) and 7, “On critics and contract” / Carole Pateman (p. 200-229)

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Penaluna, R.

“The social and political thought of Damaris Cudworth Masham” / Regan Penaluna. // IN: Virtue, liberty, and toleration : political ideas of European women, 1400-1800 / edited by Jacqueline Broad and Karen Green. – Dordrecht : Springer, ©2007. – (The new Synthese historical library : texts and studies in the history of philosophy ; vol. 63). – p. 111-122.

Perry, J.

“John Locke’s America : the character of liberal democracy and Jeffrey Stout’s debate with the Christian traditionalists” / John Perry. // IN: Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics. – 27 (2007):227-252.

Abstract: PhI 2009.

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Perry, J.

Subverting the republic : Christian faithfulness and civic allegiance in John Locke’s America / by John Perry. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Notre Dame, 2007. – vi, 402 leaves.

Unverified.

Rawls, J.

Lectures on the history of political philosophy / John Rawls ; edited by Samuel Freeman. – Cambridge, Mass. ; London, England : Belknap Press of Harvard University, 2007.

See “Lectures on Locke”: Lecture 1, “His doctrine of natural law” (p. 103-121) – Lecture 2, “His account of a legitimate regime” (p. 122-137) – Lecture 3, “Property and the class state” (p. 138-155) – “Lectures of Hume”: Lecture 1, “ ‘Of the original contract’ ” (p. 159-173)

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Savonius, S.-J.

“Arming and pacifying citizens in the early Enlightenment” / Sami-Juhani Savonius. – Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the British Society for the History of Philosophy, Rotterdam, 26-28 March 2007.

Schmidgen, W.

“The politics and philosophy of mixture : John Locke recomposed.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Schochet, G.

“Models of politics and the place of women in Locke’s political thought” / Gordon Schochet. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 131-153.

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Schweber, H.

The language of liberal constitutionalism / Howard Schweber. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007.

See esp. p. 45-81.

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Shanley, M. L.

“Afterword : equality, liberty, and marriage contracts” / Mary Lyndon Shanley. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 39-49.

Accompanies reprint of “Marriage contract and social contract in seventeenth century English political thought” (1979)

Stevenson, W. R., Jr.

“What’s ‘realistic’? : a framework for an Augustinian analysis of contemporary approaches to international relations” / William R. Stevenson, Jr. // IN: The realist tradition and contemporary international relations / edited by W. David Clinton. – Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, ©2007. – p. 51-81.

Unverified.

Swan, K.

“Law, liberty, and Christian morality” / Kyle Swan. // IN: Religious studies. – 43 (2007):395-415.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

Syse, H.

Natural law, religion, and rights : an exploration of the relationship between natural law and natural rights, with special emphasis on the teachings of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke / Henrik Syse. – South Bend, Indiana : St. Augustine’s Press, ©2007.

See esp. ch. 6, “John Locke, natural law, natural rights – and God” (p. 188-233)

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Taylor, C.

A secular age / Charles Taylor. – Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2007.

Tutino, S.

“Huguenots, Jesuits and tyrants : notes on the Vindiciae contra tyrannos in early modern England” / Stefania Tutino. // IN: Journal of early modern history. – 11 (2007):175-196.

Waldron, J.

“Locke, Adam, and Eve” / Jeremy Waldron. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – p. 241-267.

Adapted from God, Locke, and equality (2002)

Wren, J. T.

Inventing leadership : the challenge of democracy / J. Thomas Wren. — Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, ©2007. — (New horizons in leadership studies)

See “John Locke” (p. 239-251)

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Zuckert, M. P.

“On constitutional welfare liberalism : an old-liberal persepctive” / by Michael P. Zuckert. // IN: Liberalism, old and new / edited by Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr., and Jeffrey Paul. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007. – p. 266-288.

Zuckert, M. P., Covington, J. & Thompson, J.

“John Locke–towards a politics of liberty” / Michael P. Zuckert, Jesse Covington, and James Thompson. // IN: Freedom and the human person / edited by Richard Velkeley. – Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, ©2007. – (Studies in philosophy and the history of philosophy ; vol. 48). – p. 143-180.

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